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Danielle's Reading Adventures
Danielle's Reading Adventures rated it 8 years ago
My sister and I listened to this on Playaway in the car. It was very enjoyable. The narrator was really good. She was able to endow her voice with different personalities. The heroine is refreshingly quirky. She hears the voices of her puppets in her head. The fact that she's a puppeteer alone is a ...
SlowReader's Kingdom
SlowReader's Kingdom rated it 8 years ago
I have read almost every single book by Susan Elizabeth Philips. I love her writing style. I love her stories. But most of all, I love her “Chicago Stars” and “Wynette, Texas” series. Unfortunately, in the last years Philips had focused on stand-alones. While I still liked those books, they never re...
Lydia's Page
Lydia's Page rated it 9 years ago
I keep seeing this author recommended and I just can't figure out why. This was truly one of the most ridiculous books I've ever read. I can't believe I actually finished it. Everything about it-- the title, characters, plot/twists, the dialogue... all of it was absolutely absurd. I hate when I can'...
Malin rated it 9 years ago
In this clearly Gothic novel-inspired contemporary romance, unemployed and down on her luck Annie Hewitt has to spend the next sixty days in a small cottage on a remote island on the coast of Maine, because of complicated arrangement in her recently deceased mother's will. Her closest neighbour just...
No More Booklikes, BYE
No More Booklikes, BYE rated it 10 years ago
Audiobook-1.7 stars-I should have quit- this was not my kind of book at allQuick and dirty- a down on her luck ventriloquist returns to her recently passed mother's island cottage to recover from many woes where she runs into and old flame, a mute child and an island of misfit grannies. She talks to...
Olga Godim
Olga Godim rated it 10 years ago
Annie is in trouble, as all heroines of this author are in the beginning of their stories. Annie arrives on a tiny island off the Atlantic coast in the middle of winter. At 33, she’s sick, broke, alone, and lost career-wise. Her most prized possessions are a bunch of puppets in two red suitcases and...
Cassandra Reads
Cassandra Reads rated it 10 years ago
The puppets were, at first, really confusing. I loved them all a little by the end, but I was really worried about the voices she was hearing at first. They're explained really fast, but it was a little off-putting at first. This book lost a half star because of Annie calling Theo a psychopath ...
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