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- Wilderness Series, Book 16
- By: David Thompson
- Narrated by: Rusty Nelson
- Length: 5 hrs and 36 mins
Wilderness is the exciting series that details Nathaniel King's life and adventures in the Rockies as he fights to carve a life out of the savage frontier. When a deadly dispute among rival Indian tribes explodes into a bloody war, Nate has to make peace between the enemies - or his young family will be the first to lose their scalps.
Great, exciting book.
- By V. Carpenter on 06-25-12
Great, exciting book.
Would you listen to Blood Truce again? Why?
This book was purchased for my husband but I really enjoyed its myself. I have 17 of the series now and plan to get the rest in due time. If you dream of the days of trapping and Indians this is the series for you. I am not into trapping but my husband is and he looks forward to each book I get in the series. He says that it follows the real art of trapping. Since he is a trapper he ought to know.
What did you like best about this story?
It is clean with little to no vulgar talk.
What does Rusty Nelson bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
He pronounces the indian names and he sounds like he is getting excited and into the story himself.
Who was the most memorable character of Blood Truce and why?
I can't remember his name but it was the indian that planned the meeting of the two tribes to make the truce.
Any additional comments?
If you don't have much time you will like that the books of this series is not very long. I seldom buy a book that don't last at least eight hours but these are good enough that I listen for five or so hours and long for more.
The Secret Life of Bees
- By: Sue Monk Kidd
- Narrated by: Jenna Lamia
- Length: 9 hrs and 54 mins
Lily Owens has shaped her entire life around one devastating memory - the day her mother was killed. When she and her "stand-in-mother," a fierce-hearted black woman named Rosaleen, are taken in by an eccentric trio of black beekeeping sisters, Lily enters a secret world of bees and honey, and of the Black Madonna who presides over this household of strong, wise women.
Secret Life of Bees
- By France on 02-18-03
The Secret Life Of Bees
It's too bad they don't rate books like they do movies. If I would have known about all the vulgar language in this book I never would have bought it. It is hard to keep my intreste when there is such language. I did not even finish the book. I would delete it from my library if I could.
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