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The Bloom Girls

Narrated by: Emily Sutton-Smith
Length: 8 hrs and 11 mins
Categories: Fiction, Chick Lit
4 out of 5 stars (63 ratings)

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A tender, heartfelt story of three sisters, their late father's painful past, and the power of forgiveness.

When the news of their father's death reaches them, sisters Cal, Violet, and Suzy Bloom have to set aside their own personal crises, and their differences, to gather in Maine. Responsible Cal, the oldest and closest to their dad, is torn between taking care of her family and meeting the demands of a high-pressure law career. Impulsive Violet, the estranged middle child, is regretting a messy breakup with a man she's just now realizing she truly loves. And Suzy, the sweet youngest daughter, is anguishing over a life-altering decision.

Arriving in their father's small coastal town, the Bloom sisters can't help but revisit the past, confronting the allegations against their father that shattered their family nearly 20 years earlier. As they try to reconcile different versions of their childhood and search for common ground, they're forced to look at their father's life - and their own lives - with new eyes, or risk losing all they hold dear.

©2017 Emily Cavanagh. (P)2017 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.

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Narration was terrible

It was a good book if you can just get past that narrator. Some books should just be read.

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Annoying acc

Fake and inconsistent accent very annoying. Her normal voice pleasant. Maybe this book wasn't for me.

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Interesting storyline

Storyline was very good and interesting. The reader wasn't the best. She sounded very clipped and the accents assumed were inconsistent.

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  • Neil Williams
  • 03-19-17

Excellent

Greatly enjoyed the storyline and the narration . A tale for our times of a modern family broken by marriage breakdown and its effects on the now adult children