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Publisher's Summary

In Sarah's Quilt, our indomitable heroine Sarah Agnes Prine, the courageous pioneer woman introduced in These Is My Words, shares her homespun wisdom and her heartache as she contends with life in the Arizona territories at the turn of the last century.
Sarah's Quilt opens in 1906 after years of drought have devastated the cattle ranches of Arizona. Sarah is faced with starving cattle, a dry well, and romantic advances from a scheming neighbor. In addition, she must try to save her brother's family, who are victims of the great San Francisco earthquake. Sarah's voice is indeed as comfortable an old quilt, and her many fans will eagerly celebrate her return.
©2005 AudioGO (P)2015 Blackstone Audiobooks
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4 out of 5 stars
By Kathy Tolleson on 08-04-16

another great story

The beginning of this book threw me a little because the narrator is different from the first book. So I had to get past that. And it seemed a little slow in the beginning but then picked up for a great story. I cried a bit towards the end so I was definitely caught up in the characters.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Anonymous User on 03-19-18

Narrator problems

I loved These Is My Words. The audible version was outstanding. Amy Rubinate had the perfect voice for the character. So why did you bring in an actress with a Southern accent? Really?? St. Martin's didn't do this story justice. You should have kept Amy Rubinate as the narrator. Sorry, but I can't listen to this.

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