When Tomorrow Comes

Canadian West, Book 6
Narrated by: Aimee Lilly
Length: 2 hrs and 59 mins
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Christine and her older brother, Henry, grew up in the Delaney family as loved and nurtured as if they had been born to Elizabeth and Wynn. Now adults, they are ready to make new lives for themselves. Henry has found love and is planning a wedding. Christine is delighted for her brother, but she is still carrying scars from a broken relationship. And the war in Europe causes uncertainties at every turn, while the Northland still calls to her heart.

Amid this instability, more than one handsome young man shows interest in Christine, and she must make a decision. Is she willing to give up her dreams of a life in the North for a love to last a lifetime?

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©2005 Janette Oke (P)2009 Bethany House

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Narrator is terrible

I love these books. The narrator is bland and does not change switching characters and does not change his inflection. Really disappointing to listen to these books with this narrator.

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Very amateur performance.

First I have to kick myself for not realizing this is an abridged reading of the book. Checking back, the full version is not available. I was disappointed in a couple of voices. Christina is not a little girl. She is a young woman. The other readings of this series are done SO much better.

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When tomorrow comes

I very much enjoyed the book but felt it was way to short for the price.

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Narrator was awful

The narrator did an awful job and changed the way the characters are perceived. Elizabeth sounded very manly, which is the exact opposite of the way she was voiced in the previous 5 books. Christine was made to sound like an airhead, also very different than the previous book. I did not enjoy the narrator one bit.

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  • Angela
  • 04-23-19

The performance is comical

After such great narration for the first 5 books of this series, this one falls way short. The character voices are almost impersonations and Christines voice in particular is so whining and sounds like a nasally teenager. Disappointing and distracting for what is a beautiful story.