It was ok. Some parts were really beautiful to read about nature. The story itself, I was not impressed with.
This book deserves every accolade it has received and then some. I believe this book was enhanced by the Significant talent of the narrator! I would not have enjoyed reading it in print nearly as much as hearing it performed by this skilled reader. Truly a remarkable experience.
This Audiobook and the narration are absolutely wonderful! I felt like I was on the North Carolina marshland watching the highly descriptive screens unfold. Very moving. I loved it so much I’ll listen to it again.
This was a great book! It is well written. The narrator was exceptional.
This is the first time I was drawn to commenting on an audiobook. The story was very well written and extremely entertaining. I thought the narrator was wonderful too. I have already recommended this book to others. I am sure I will listen to it again.
Beautifully written, but the story is really slow. I don't like the narrator voice, took me a while to get used too.
This book had me hooked from the first chapter! I couldn’t stop listening. Narration was perfect.
A poignant powerful book. I listen while I commute I have teared up for this girl, laughed and clapped for her, and cried for her. Her observant solitude is both breathtaking and heartbreaking. Such a tender soul who lived such a hard life. She is the delicate lacy spiderweb of humankind - strong enough to withstand harshness and essential survival, yet beautifully graceful in her existence. And she rises so far above those who disparage her. It’s also a social statement of a community’s penchant for ostracizing and ignoring the less fortunate among us.
This is a fantastic, gripping story. I found narrator’s voice as a child and young adult quite annoying. Not enough to stop listening though !
I couldn't put the book down. It's been a long time since I've been captivated by a story and felt comfortable with the writing style. I learned so much and shed a tear of the end. a great read.