Walk Me Home

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5 out of 5 stars
By Krys on 11-04-13

Outstanding Performance for an Outstanding Story!

What made the experience of listening to Walk Me Home the most enjoyable?

There were many aspects of this book that I found so enjoyable! Catherine Ryan Hyde's engaging writing meshed so well with narrator Cristina Panfilio voice and performance that I could not wait to listen to this book at every chance I got.

Panfilio's presentation of this book was so wonderful that I searched for other audiobooks narrated by her, something I've NEVER done. Her performance also prompted me to write this review, something else I've never done. Excellent pairing of book and narrator!

The story itself is the wonderful, character-driven tale of Carly and her journey in becoming a well-adjusted young lady after the sudden death of her mother. Outstanding book. Outstanding audiobook.

Highly recommended.

-Krystal

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10 of 11 people found this review helpful

4 out of 5 stars
By PlantCrone on 12-08-15

Hyde writes another great book

Catherine Ryan Hyde has written several novels about lost or thrown away children..this is another one.

She brings a great deal of heart into her novels and the excellent narration by Cristina Panfilio goes a long way towards making this a wonderfully listenable story.

Sad yet heartwarming, 2 sisters try to walk from the 4 corners area to California to find a former boyfriend of their flighty mothers after mom turns up dead. The girls are afraid of being thrown into 'the system' of foster care which is, as usual, made out to be evil. As a foster mom to 7 girls over a period of 15 years I usually am a bit resentful about how kids think we foster moms are heartless money grubbers--that isn't at all the way most foster parents are at all.

The older sister is determined to keep her younger sister safe on the road but they run into trouble until they wind up on a small portion of the 'Checkerboard reservation' area..thirsty and hungry.

The story goes on from there and is worth your credit if you enjoy this type of novel..I do and have found myself buying Hydes works frequently. Reminiscent of Diane Chamberlain and Jodi Picoult in style and story line.

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful

4 out of 5 stars
By Jody L. Jordet on 05-20-15

This one is a bit unrealistic . . .

Not my favorite of hers. A bit far fetched and not as detailed as it needed to be. Good, but just not great.

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2 of 2 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Melissa Salazar on 03-28-17

I was able actually Dolores's Home

This was a good book. carkey frustrated me so much I just wanted to shake some sense into her. But I fell in lovecwith her & Jen

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1 of 1 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Brandy on 01-20-17

Great book!

Really enjoyed this book. Easy listening , held my attention, very touching story. Strong characters with great life lessons.

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1 of 1 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By bettyb111 on 10-25-16

Another great book from this author

From the first chapter, I was ready to take this journey with these two sisters. The author allows you to form such an attachment to these characters, I feel like I will almost miss watching them grow up.

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