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Spirit Talker

Native Warrior Series, Book 2
Narrated by: Christy Sassmen
Series: Native Warrior Series, Book 2
Length: 10 hrs and 4 mins
Categories: Romance, Historical
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As a child, Clementine Monroe had an imaginary friend. Year after year, whenever she visited her grandparents' cabin in South Dakota, she and Wihanbla would meet and spend time learning about each other's worlds - hers in the 21st century, his on the cusp of the infamous battles that would eventually lead to the internment of his people on reservations. Now grown, Clementine and her friend continue to meet, though her family has decided that she should have long ago done away with her "imaginary" friend. Clementine knows better. Wihanbla is as real as the sunshine she sees when she opens her eyes each day. She may not be able to touch it or him, but both are beautiful and true. They may be two individuals out of time, but their love is timeless. Over the years, Clementine grows desperate for a way to be with the man she knows is her true soul mate - but how?

©2019 Elizabeth Anne Porter (P)2019 Elizabeth Anne Porter

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Love across time

#1 complaint is the quality of the audio. The narrator took odd pauses and you could hear some background noise.

Now that the complaints are out of the way, I loved this story! I was on the edge of my seat trying to figure out if the love story would be able to play out or end in tragedy. Great story and I can’t wait to dive into more of this series!

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Decent

As with the first book this was not what I was expecting when I first got the books. However entering into this one knowing that it was a Hallmarky type story made it a little easier. However this book had the same issue as the other with narration. Mispronounced words, dropping the ends of words and sometimes poor voice transitions. Overall I would recommend this book however to anyone who likes love stories.

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What a wonderful story

I love this story. how the author mixed the past and present together. The characters are well created and the story of past native Americans and present day is just awesome. how the past and present meets and you wonder if they can have a happy ending knowing the history of Lakota.
This is the second book in a series and I am always afraid of the author falling into kind of repeat of the last book with different names and places. No this book is so different from the first one but still about the story of the Lakota and native American Indian.
From the first sentence in the book I was captivated.
One thing I always wanted to do as a kid was traveling back in time and meet the Indians before the white man destroyed most of their culture and land. This book made me believe I could.

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Beautiful Love Story but....

I really enjoyed the love story, it was very unique, filled with many twists and turns. But I had problems with the narration. For some reason the narrator would mispronounce words or just drop the end of a word altogether. It was distracting and a shame because the story is compelling and lovely.

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Enjoyable

I love the concept of this story. Well written and the back and forth through timelines was well executed. The narrator has a calm and appropriate voice for the story, although there are a few places I would have preferred more energy in the read. I think this is a definite for romance novel enthusiasts.

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Can you go home again?

Because I don’t want to give out any spoilers I would just say this book is about a woman who goes back to her family‘s cottage and South Dakota at the graduating college and likely getting a job and I were away. She jumped at the chance to teach there because she wants to go back and find her imaginary friend she’s had since she was a little girl he’s more than imaginary she loves him… But will he be there? I thought his book was pretty good I was hoping it would be better I thought this book would go in directions it didn’t go. I guess the point is you should never guess what’s going to happen. This book isn’t predictable I would recommend this book to anyone who likes romance and different timelines coming together. I did like the book and read the whole thing I just thought it would be different.

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A love that stands throughout time

Spirit Talker is a beautiful love story that spans the rest of time. I must admit that this story held a lot of emotions for me being half Native American myself. The book offers strong relatable characters as well a strong storyline. This book made me laugh and cry because of the deep love between the main characters. I received this review audio book at my request and I am so happy that I was granted the opportunity. I am voluntarily leaving an honest review of my own volition. This book is a true must read I can't wait to read the next book.

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  • Helen
  • 09-08-19

loved this book

As a child, Clementine Monroe had an imaginary friend.
loved this book from the start can't wait for book 3