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This is the first book in a series that is about 6 sisters that were all adopted by an influential and mysterious man. This book focuses on the oldest daughter, Maia, who travels on a journey to find her heritage and ultimately finds unexpected clues to her family's past. It is a story that spans 4 generations and is a complex, deeply moving tale of love lost and found.
This is a wonderful story and is worth a credit if you want a nice change of pace from other historical romances.
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Where does Seven Sisters rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
I loved this story. The only downside is that the series is not completely written yet. The mystery that surrounds this family is big, and the characters are so real. As this book focused on Maia, the oldest of the sisters, I can't wait to learn about the others. The author gave us just enough information on them to be sure we come back for more.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Its so hard to pick. I think I have to go with Maia though. While my heart broke for Bel, and Beatrix certainly made a big impression, being along for the ride as Maia's character grew was the highlight for me.
Which character – as performed by Emily Lucienne – was your favorite?
A narrator can make or break an audio book, and she was all around fantastic.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
Also bought the audio version through Kindle Unlimited. Character's well defined and story twists and turns making this an enjoyable listen although at some times predictable. Was looking forward to the next in the series but only available on Audible at £26.00 to non members. Not for me.
too much detaile. too much detail. too much detail. too streched out. omg. no. no.
i thoroughly enjoyed listening to this rendition. The story had a good plot and kept me wanting more. The narrAtor was sensational her voice conveying any gender age or emotion a great accomplishment a story well told.
I loved the Storm Sister just couldn't stop reading and the readers voice was superb but this story is painful same story as the previous and the reader - I just can't listen to her for too lone she's an absolute bore