Moonlight On The Millpond Audio Cassette – Audiobook, Mar 15 2005
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D.J.S. © AudioFile Portland, Maine
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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If you want good fiction with depth, development, and great dialogue, I would recommend Francine Rivers, Karen Kingsbury, and Liz Curtis Higgs.
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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