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This is Zoe's story and what a beautiful one it has turned out to be!
Ever since I first read about her when she was a small child I wondered what would happen in her life and now I know.
Honestly, the more I read/listen to these tales, the more I feel that I am part of these families and each one is like getting a newsy letter bringing us up to date. This is the power of Barbara Goss' writing.
This particular story had me laughing at the antics and then sobbing like a baby too. The characters are very likeable and the happily ever after was totally desirable and most welcome.
I really liked Leon Nixon's narration. He has a great voice and knows how to use it. He and Barbara have talents that compliment each other.
I listened to a free audiobook supplied by the author and this is my voluntary and unbiased review.
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Zoe has been raised in a world where she is different. Because of this, she makes plans for her life according to the people who have surrounded and loved her. But when she is introduced to the "other side' of her heritage, life gets confusing and complicated. Zoe has made promises that she thought she could keep, but now that she has experienced her full life, she is no longer sure.
Barb ends the Shadow Series with a courageous book about a young bi-racial woman living with her adoptive white family and learns what life and love were like in 19th century America. Leon does a wonderful job telling Zoe's story. I hope he will perform more of Barb's books.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.