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Ron McLarty did the best he could with this poorly written, ludicrous, predictable story. By far the worst Danielle Steel book I've ever read. DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME OR CREDITS! It reads as if it was written for teenagers. Very naive teenagers.
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thus was one of my favorite Danielle Steel books. and I've read quite a few. it was touching, but not at all sappy.
I listen to all of Danielle Steel's books and this one is set in the 1950's.
If you enjoy the Waltons you should enjoy this dramatic family story.
The narrator is really excellent and he makes this an easy listen.
Danielle Steel writes simple novels about people and their challenges. The listener can relate to their pain and frustrations their sorrow and ultimately their joy and understanding.
Despite the sugar coating and dramatic prose she has an immense talent for story telling characterisation and for delivering a very satisfying ending.
This story stays with you long after you finish it and you hanker after a sequel.
What did you like most about The Gift?
I have read the gift many times but to sit back and just listen was joy
What other book might you compare The Gift to, and why?
What about Ron McLarty’s performance did you like?
Just a great voice
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?