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Publisher's Summary

Karen White' s New York Times best-selling novels keep audiences up well into the night with their compelling plots and engaging characters. Sea Change is a riveting tale of second chances, forgiveness, and leaps of faith. Plagued by feelings of loneliness and not belonging, 35-year-old Ava Whalen is as shocked as anyone when she falls for child psychologist Matthew Frazier, elopes with him, and settles down on St. Simons Island, Georgia. But her newfound happiness is threatened when her past proves difficult to escape.
©2012 Harley House Books, LLC (P)2012 Recorded Books
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By Mon on 11-21-12

Slow moving

What did you like best about Sea Change? What did you like least?

What I liked most is that the story moved back and forth from present time to the 18th century. I actually found the the 18th century story and characters to be much more interesting. The characters in this time period, Pamela and her sister Georgina were interesting and better developed compared to the present day characters of Matthew and Eva. They were pretty boring.I didn't get their romance and Eva, the female protagonist was flat, and one-dimensional.

Would you be willing to try another book from Karen White? Why or why not?

Yes, I've listened to several Karen White books and I think she is an amazing writer. I really thought I was going to love this audio book. But it was slow moving and the modern day characters were so boring and vacuous. Couple that with really bad narration for Eva's character and it was a ho-hum listen. This book is probably stronger in print.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of the narrators?

Khristine Hvam would have brought some life to Eva's character and someone with her range would have brought the whole story together. Eva was supposed to be in her early 30's but she sounded like she was in her 60's. It was hard to buy that this character was young and It was hard to listen to this story at times.

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By Cmm on 10-21-12

good read - performance could have been better

Would you consider the audio edition of Sea Change to be better than the print version?

I was disappointed with the part of Eva - she came across too old - Eva was 35, sounded 55

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6 of 7 people found this review helpful

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