One of my favorite books, and one that sparked my own interest in the Victorian Language of Flowers, of which is the main focal point of the story.
Unfortunately, I did not listen to this book so my rating is based on her overall rating rather than experience with her as a narrator.
Loved this book!
Great listening experience. Loved the flowers telling a story of love and devotion
This was a very good book, it really gave a good insight to the tragedies that many children face. Abandonment, loneliness and lack of self-worth. I think it teaches compassion.
Great book... Gave me insight into the plight of foster children... Easy read.... Well written
I loved this story so much and didn't want it to end. It really made me think a lot about what happens to our foster children when they turn 18 and never get adopted. It made me think about the walls that I build around myself to protect myself from plain, and how those walls keep me isolated in my life. I don't know anything about flowers, but I loved the way the flowers were used as metaphors throughout the entire book. This is a beautiful story about life, love, family, motherhood, and in the end it was very uplifting. The narrator's voice was pretty good. She did a good job changing her voice when going from the present day adult to the childhood flashbacks every other chapter.
I enjoyed the book, not at all what I thought it would be. The author pulled me into the story and I couldn't stop listening.
The narrator's voices for the various characters in the book were OK.
This is a good story made even better if you love flowers!
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