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Publisher's Summary

Reporter Heather Reardon gets more than she had bargained for when she searches for Kole Kills Crow, an advocate for Native American rights who has gone into exile after a brush with the law. He is a reclusive man who has renounced all personal entanglements, until he encounters Heather.

©2001 Kathleen Eagle (P)2012 BelleBooks, Inc.

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I'm Hooked!

If you could sum up You Never Can Tell in three words, what would they be?

I enjoyed Eagle's previous books, but this one really had me on an adventure. All the way to Hollywood! Great Book, made the drive on I-5 enjoyable!

What did you like best about this story?

The Native American Love Story/storyline

Which character – as performed by Katrina Carmony – was your favorite?

Kole Kills Crow, Heather Reardon

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

You betcha

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Great Story

What did you love best about You Never Can Tell?

It was a great story, bringing up many American Indian Issues and problems. I grew up on a reservation so i am more aware than most the problems the American indian faces.

Did Katrina Carmony do a good job differentiating all the characters? How?

Yes, she did a good job especially picking up the unique native American cadence from living and growing up on a reservation. My one problem was there was no editing on the recording at all and sometimes it was like she was reading the story for the first time and didn't get the emotion right also i could hear her turning the page and at one point thought a cat was meowing or purring

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The reader was good and I think the story has potiental, but I gave in an hour of listening and it just didn't grab my attention enough to continue, maybe I'll come back to it in the future