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Moonlight On The Millpond Audio Cassette – Audiobook, Mar 15 2005


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Product Details

  • Audio Cassette
  • Publisher: Oasis Audio; Unabridged edition (March 15 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1589268938
  • ISBN-13: 978-1589268937
  • Product Dimensions: 17.5 x 11.8 x 5 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 363 g
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"Barbara Rosenblat’s flawless reading makes this a thoroughly enjoyable story about love and adversity with appeal far broader than that of a traditional romance novel. The story focuses upon Jace Randall, who falls in love with Maddie Shepard. Jake’s sister, Eden, sabotages the pair, and the plot takes another turn when Jace and Maddie learn of Eden’s duplicity. It is from this point that the novel is especially interesting, and it offers a highly satisfying ending. As usual, Rosenblat’s reading is smooth, and her ability to convey the characters’ emotions is superb. Rosenblat’s vocal characterizations enhance the listener’s experience, particularly during the dialogue between Jace and the women in his life." 
D.J.S. © AudioFile Portland, Maine
--This text refers to the Audio CD edition.

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Barbara Rosenblat's flawless reading makes this a thoroughly enjoyable story about love and adversity with appeal far broader than that of a traditional romance novel. The story focuses upon Jace Randall, who falls in love with Maddie Shepard. Jake's sister, Eden, sabotages the pair, and the plot takes another turn when Jace and Maddie learn of Eden's duplicity. It is from this point that the novel is especially interesting, and it offers a highly satisfying ending. As usual, Rosenblat's reading is smooth, and her ability to convey the characters' emotions is superb. Rosenblat's vocal characterizations enhance the listener's experience, particularly during the dialogue between Jace and the women in his life. D.J.S. © AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.

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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa45d29b4) out of 5 stars 65 reviews
18 of 22 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa46d85b8) out of 5 stars Good Story but... March 11 2005
By An avid reader - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
I really enjoyed this story but once again it was not up to what I have come to expect form Lori Wick. The book started out slow and jumped back and forth between so many characters that I had a hard time figuring out who was who at first. And I wish that I had seen some more development of the relationship between the two people besides them manking eyes at each other going on a picnic and then falling in love. And please who has ever heard of someone that has no memory after just a few sips of liquer. If you really want to see Lori Wick at her best read some of her earlier works.
17 of 21 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa46d8804) out of 5 stars Did Lori Wick really write this? April 1 2005
By B. Davis - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
First let me say that I am a huge Lori Wick fan. I own every book of hers except the short stories collection. As one who has read AND loved almost every one of her books, I cannot believe this one was written by her. The dialog between characters was stilted and awkward. Some of the narration was extremely poorly written and seemed to be incomplete or thrown together at times. And some of the happenings are so outrageous and unbelievable that I could not melt into this book and become part of the story like I usually can with books by Lori Wick. Jace comes off as being extremely dull-witted because he keeps making the same mistakes with Maddie and alcohol. Overall, the story had potential to be a typically wonderful Wick work, but this one fell flat.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa46d8a44) out of 5 stars Disappointed Aug. 23 2006
By P. Agresti - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Try as I might, I can never seem to get into Lori Wick. I find her plotlines under-developed and completely unrealistic, the dialogue stiff and boring, and more often than not the characters aren't even likable. This is the case and even more so with "Moonlight on the Millpond." Jace and Maddie's characters are never fully developed, and their love story was boring and abruptly changed paces. One minute she can't stand him, the next minute they're making out. Then suddenly she hates him again...and then the next morning they're married. You could hardly feel sad when Jace's uncle died because you felt as if you barely knew him. The chapters skip around to several different plotlines that remain undeveloped and unresolved by the end of the book. This book was an utter disappointment.

If you want good fiction with depth, development, and great dialogue, I would recommend Francine Rivers, Karen Kingsbury, and Liz Curtis Higgs.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa46d8cc0) out of 5 stars not her best Dec 6 2005
By J. Bennett - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I love Lori Wick and can read her books over and over. However, this one left much to be desired. I still haven't picked it up to re-read it. For me, the getting drunk to the point of no memory on a little alcohol is completely rediculous. You have to drink quite a bit to get to that point, so much so that she could probably barely stand... and no one would notice this? Anyway...a good story has to be believable, and this one did not pass.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa46d8fb4) out of 5 stars Bravo Ms. Wick Dec 11 2006
By fictionfan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I have long waited for Ms. Wick to write a novel in which the main characters did not get saved. Many people struggle with this decision. It is rarely an easy decision for someone who has not been raised in the faith. Sometimes people take a while, and sometimes it doesn't happen. Understanding the reasons that someone who is seeking stops, or does not find are important. While I have learned much about how to be a good witness to someone who has some of the "easy" questions about believing, it is difficult for me to find sources who tell you how to answer the hard questions. I was a little disapointed in how it occured in the second novella, but I was really impressed that she could leave the book with the characters as non beleivers. So often we have to do this in our daily lives, that it was sometimes frustrating to see it happen so easily for the people in the books.

Further, this series is about a town, while there are "main characters" this book highlights how people are deeply affected by thier environment and past experiences. While this may mean that we get to know the main characters a little less, if you take a moment to enjoy the connections between the characters, and see how a town was once more than just a bunch of people who happened to live in a given area, you can really enjoy this book.

This book is not like Ms. Wick's other books. I do not think it worse, or better, but definitly different. If you expect classic Wick, you will be dissapointed, but if you are ready for a new perspective and a community approach, you can enjoy this book.

I am also fascinated by the indignation over drunk/memory. Oddly enough, Alcohol does effect everyone differently, as do all drugs, including caffeine. Having actually met people who don't remember what happened while they were drinking, despite the fact that they don't look/act overly drunk, I can believe this possibility. I could also detail the physiology of being drunk (what happens in your body/mind), but I'll let you figure out that one. Just know that this is a completely plausible situation.


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