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- Listening Length: 9 hours and 11 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Ever-Sea Press
- Audible.com Release Date: December 10, 2015
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0195K88WM
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Echoes in the Glass: A Lighthouse Novel Audiobook – Unabridged
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I’m generally not a fan of stories with a past and present story line. I tend to gravitate toward one set of characters more than the other. This keeps me from fully immersing in the story because while I’m with the characters I love, I’m dreading the return to the alternate time.
As I read about the characters who mean nothing, I’m wishing I was with the ones I love.
Ms. Lasota wrapped me up in all of her characters’ hearts and lives. I was as eager to read about the present as I was the past.
The further I got into the story, the more the historical line hinted about what they would find in the present day story. Or explained the things they found during the lighthouse renovations.
The present day characters rang true. Their problems were harsh, and not common, but still they won my heart. These are 17 and 18-year-olds, and I would recommend this book to older, mature teenagers. Some of the content would be disturbing for those under the age of fourteen, I think.
Sometimes, I find historical writers make their characters too “modern.” That thought never crossed my mind as I read about Carina and Morgan. They fit the times. I could completely picture my grandmother and grandfather in their youth acting and reacting like these two did.
This story touched my heart. It explores the family dynamics that torture and empower us. Not everyone had a happy ending. But all the story questions were answered.
If you enjoy a well-written romance with complex characters that will make you smile and bring tears to your eyes,this is a novel for you.
Many of Amazons free books are garbage between their poor editing and sorry excuses for story lines, I've gotten to the point where I am almost afraid to read them but this book has changed that. Although there are a few errors there are not many and this story is worth reading.
The story is two stories that become one at the end. It starts off in an earlier time with the story of Morgan and Carrina then goes to present time with the story of Finnian and Tiaria, both stories include their time at the lighthouse and their love stories, while weaving a great ghost story.
Defiantly take the time to read this book, it's worth every second of your time.
This book caught my attention even though it's different from stories I usually read. I'm not into ghost stories, but if one just looks at this as a fantasy rather than reality, it is truly entertaining.
Two sets of teenage sweethearts 80 years apart are brought together through events at this lighthouse on the Oregon coast. Ghosts of two women who died there seem to appear to people at the lighthouse, warning of danger, or in a couple of cases their appearance is to help someone in the lighthouse, in these cases, they appear to relatives..
The romances are sweet, the kids are very likable and the stories are very good. Very good. They kept me up well into the night.
My only recommendation to the reader would be to read all even-numbered story chapters first, then the odd numbered ones until about chapters 25 or 26. Every chapter switches from 1930s to present day, so it gets confusing. I found I wanted to read the chapters about the kids from the 30's all first, then all the present day ones. It flowed much better that way. Then of course they come together as you near the final chapters.
Good read, but not what I'd call a "guy book", although some men might enjoy it. Nicholas Sparks-esque
I was very pleased. In this book you alternate between 80 years ago and modern day to learn of love, love lost, pain, betrayal and solve a mystery.
Just when I thought I had it all figured out, new information would throw all my theories out the window. This kept me on the edge of my seat and reading as fast as I could to solve all the what ifs.
I love the ending, and the closure it brought. I was worried at the climax that the ending would not hold up well, but it was beautifully executed and left me very pleased with the results.
I highly recommend this book!
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