Regular price: $10.49
Buy Now with 1 Credit
Buy Now for $10.49
The House by the Lake is a story about family secrets, loyalty, love, and loss. Anna knows very little about her grandfather's earlier life in Germany, until she takes a chance to explore the place where he grew up prior to WW II. Teri Schnaubelt did a fantastic job of dealing with multiple accents in a very credible and memorable way. The characters were all well-defined, and you always knew who was speaking in the dialogue. Teri made Ella Carey's words come alive and it was an extremely enjoyable listening experience.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful
This is the second book I have read recently relating to the apartment found intact in Paris (the other was The Velvet Hours). This was entertaining but cheesy. How many times did the author describe people 'sounding close by'? I counted at least five. Why is everyone wearing "black polo sweaters"? And just what is a polo sweater? Why is a boat at an abandoned house's lake still tied to its mooring and sound after possibly years? Lots of holes and stretches.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
What a beautiful love story of the past,and the future.The sad story of the love that was lost because of a senseless war