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Horizons Unfolding

Bregdan Chronicles Historical Fiction Romance Series, Book 12
By: Ginny Dye
Narrated by: Tiffany Dougherty
Series: Bregdan Chronicles, Book 12
Length: 15 hrs and 27 mins
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Horizons Unfolding is the 12th audiobook in the Bregdan Chronicles historical fiction series. As of today, there are 12 audiobooks in the series. Make sure you start reading with Storm Clouds Rolling In, the first in the series. It's listeners like you who have turned the series into a worldwide best-seller. Thank you!
 

Is reconstruction healing America, or is it really a covering for a new war?

America continues the struggle to become a country for everyone...

Carrie steps into a new season of love in her life but, once again, has to leave the plantation to fulfill her dream. Her heart is both happy and torn. She is pulled into a new challenge when Frances makes friends that reveal a hidden horror for children in America.

Rose and Moses are thrilled to be home but are swept up once again in the new war raging in America. 

Susan takes a huge step into happiness, while Thomas and Abby create a miracle for Marcus.

Jeremy and Marietta are forging through challenges to create a new life in Philadelphia but wonder if they will lose everything.

When everyone really just wants a simple, clear future, each person finds they have to make the best choices possible as they watch their Horizons Unfolding.

Audiobook 12 of the Bregdan Chronicles continues the sweeping historical saga that now encompasses the fourth year of American reconstruction. How many will there be in the Bregdan Chronicles? No one knows yet...

Ginny intends to write and record these character's stories, one year at a time, for as long as she is able to write and record. She is passionate about bringing history to life through historical fiction. Since she is amazingly healthy, that could be for a very long time! She doesn’t like stories to end any more than you do. This one won't end for a very long time!

©2018 Ginny Dye (P)2018 Ginny Dye

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  • 12-08-18

Can't listen to anymore

I've listened to 12 books of this series and this will be my last. it makes me sad because I've learned a lot about a part of our history that I wasn't too familiar with. I really enjoy hearing stories wrapped around true events because it helps me keep timelines straight in my mind.

What has turned me off to this series, at least the audio version, is the narration. There are parts of this series that are hard enough to get through because of the cheesy dialog (Think Hallmark movie with more cheese) but specifically the character of Francis is done in such a sickeningly sweet way that I can't stand to hear about anything she adds to the series. IF I continue reading the series it will be if my library has the copies to borrow. I can deal with the mistakes that are made like saying one characters name in place of another. as we continue to listen we can figure out what was meant and who was supposed to be speaking. I can deal with all of the editing errors and repeated sentences. I cannot take another minute of Francis, Felisha, and Amber.

The author writes thses children into the story but their dialog and "extraordinary" intellect are so far fetched it is getting old. It's great to add new characters but they aren't believable. She writes children like they are in their 20's but are narrated like they are 3.

I enjoyed the historical parts of the series but I am in search of a different series.

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Nothing tragic.

it was good to read a Bregdan that was not full of tragedy. not saying the social issues addressed weren't sad. The working conditions, child labor, and women`s treatment in the past were brought to the forefront. it's hard to believe we have come so far. it was a good read. however, I almost put it down because of the overexaggeration of the southern child's voice: Francis. I can't describe how irritating that was. looking forward to #13.

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My review

Loved this book. It's going to be so hard to wait for book 13 to come out.

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ugh this narrator...

The story, as always, is wonderful. there are so many moments that the narrator assigns such annoying voices to the characters that I have to press myself to continue listening. am I the only one?

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Great look into history

I have read or listened to every addition of this series. I don't like the narrators for Carrie or her daughter. She is not a 4 year old!!! Carrie's voice runs from sappy to????? Abbey has the most authoritative yet genial voice

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Another Wonderful Book

This book has Carrie working to achieve her life goals and helping to bring the country back together. Everyone is doing this in their own way.

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