©2002 Karen Kingsbury; (P)2002 Recorded Books, LLC
I have read everyone of Karen Kingsbury's novels except this one. I love them all, some more than others, this is ranked kinda low for me. The narrator was a little overwhelming in the "emotional" parts of the book. A decent listen, but unless you want to catch up to the amazing sequel A MOMENT OF WEAKNESS, not sure i'd waste a book credit.
Very emotional and touching story. Barbara Caruso does an excellent job narrating. You can feel the empathy in her voice as she does the different characters. Personally, she is one of my favorite narrators.
I've tried several Kingsbury books now and most of them are very depressing. They always have a message, but you are left feeling very down until you get to the message.
I've tried 5. No more.
This narrator is very one dimensional. There is little if any voice difference between characters. The story is read well, but not performed.
THe story line is about as sad as can be.
TOO much emotion! By the end of the book I really couldn't stand to listen to her say "Daddy & Alicia" one more time.
First experience with this author &/or narrator. My first review & I'm a long time Audible listener. It really was THAT bad.
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