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Publisher's Summary

Opening several years after the close of "Eight Cousins", we find Rose coming home fresh from a voyage overseas, to find much changed about her. Now of a marriageable aged and heiress to a fortune, Rose finds joy,sorrow, and finally love await her - as the Rose is finally ready to bloom into a good, strong, sweet and true woman. This sequel to "Eight Cousins" was written by Louisa May Alcott, the author of many well beloved children's books including "Little Women", "An Old Fashioned Girl", "Under the Lilacs" and more.

©2018 Louisa May Alcott (P)2018 Oregan Publishing

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The story was faithfully read with all the strengths and weaknesses we expect from Alcott but the narrator mispronounced so many words including technical, literary and common place vocabulary, that it was extremely distracting. Choose another of the several readings offered by Audible of both this book and Eight Cousins which provided similar assaults upon the ear.

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  • Kathleen Goodkofsky
  • 12-03-18

Distracting Narrator

The story was faithfully read with all the strengths and weaknesses we expect from Alcott but the narrator mispronounced so many words including technical, literary and common place vocabulary, that it was extremely distracting. Choose another of the several readings offered by Audible of both this book and Eight Cousins which provided similar assaults upon the ear.

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    1 out of 5 stars
  • Kathleen Goodkofsky
  • 12-03-18

Distracting Narrator

The story was faithfully read with all the strengths and weaknesses we expect from Alcott but the narrator mispronounced so many words including technical, literary and common place vocabulary, that it was extremely distracting. Choose another of the several readings offered by Audible of both this book and Eight Cousins which provided similar assaults upon the ear.