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Everything We Give

The Everything Series
Narrated by: Andrew Eiden, Amy Landon
Series: Everything We Keep, Book 3
Length: 8 hrs and 48 mins
Categories: Fiction, Contemporary
4.5 out of 5 stars (508 ratings)

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From the author of Everything We Keep comes the final novel in the Amazon Charts and Wall Street Journal bestselling Everything Series. Brimming with suspense, mystery, and romance, Everything We Give brings to a powerful close the gripping series of love, lies, and the secrets families keep.

Award-winning photographer Ian Collins made only one mistake in life, but it cost his mother her freedom and destroyed their family, leaving Ian to practically raise himself. For years he’s been estranged from his father, and his mother has lived off the grid. For just as long, he has searched for her.

Now, Ian seemingly has it all - national recognition for his photographs; his loving wife, Aimee; and their adoring daughter, Caty. Only two things elude him: a feature in National Geographic and finding his mother. When the prized magazine offers him his dream project on the same day that Aimee’s ex-fiancé, James, returns bearing a message for Ian but putting a strain on his marriage, Ian must make a choice: chase after a coveted assignment or reconnect with a mysterious woman who might hold the key to putting his past to rest. But the stakes are high, because Ian could lose the one thing he holds most dear: his family.

©2018 Kerry Lonsdale Inc. (P)2018 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved

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Loved this trilogy. Loved listening to the stories except for the parts that Amy Landon read. Will look to make sure she isn’t on future titles. Just don’t like the way she reads. To breathy. Doesn’t accentuate the right parts. Not good at going between characters.

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  • dawn
  • North St. Paul, MN
  • 11-05-18

Female narrator

Great book, however the female narrator made it very challenging to listen. Each sentence in ended in the same drawn out tone.

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Narration killed it for me

I tried my best to get passed the female narrator's inflections in tone, but I just couldn't do it. Couldn't finish the book.

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good story

The story is pretty good. Enough action to keep you listening. The female narrator sounds robotic...her voice distracts from the story.

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Male reader great, female not so much

Overall I enjoyed the story but anytime the Aimee reader came on I cringed. Her reading voice as Aimee didn’t match up to ‘Ian’s’. And her rendition as Ian’s voice was so annoying, low but not manly. I’ve heard other women read male voices convincingly but this hurt. It really broke the rhythm and took me out of the story.

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great finish

powerful insight into mental illness and how it used to be hidden and ignored along with how it affects the people around it

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Female Voice is Awful

I love the story and I’m excited to listen to it every day on my drive to work. The female voice is horrible, but does make me laugh at how bad it is.

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Female narrator was really bad.

Female narrator (Amy Landon) was really bad, I'd give her zero.. Her male voice really sucked and was hard to listen to. Male narrator (Andrew Eiden) was very good I'd give him a five. Story was ok. Amy really disappointed with the way she reacted when she met with James. .

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The female narrator is absolutely horrid

I loved this book. The best one in the series. The female narrator was so incredibly horrid I can’t believe she still gets work. I had to stop listening and switch to reading when she came on. I will not buy any audio book if she’s the narrator. The male narrator was great and the book itself was so good.

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Not the same

I had really looked forward to seeing the next book in this series, but this one was just a big no for me. Where I had liked the characters beforehand now they all seemed annoying and big whiners. The narrators also just seemed off especially when doing the other gender voice and on the next chapter its changed from gender roles and the opposite gender is imitated.

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  • Dee
  • 07-25-18

Closure

This book was an excellent ending to the trilogy. I had to read number 3! A very realistic telling of the emotional scars abandonment and mental illness leave on those who love and how love is the only remedy for pain. The narrator who spoke Amy’s story was very automated though. Overall I enjoyed it, not without tears though, and I couldn’t put it down.