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Nora Roberts Irish Trilogy: Jewels of the Sun, Tears of the Moon, Heart of the Sea (Irish Jewels Trilogy) Audio, Cassette – Abridged, Audiobook
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Top Customer Reviews
I LOVE the books and devoured them as each one came out and have read and re-read them so many times that my paperbacks have weak spines. When I saw them in audio format I was thrilled. I adore audio books. They help pass the time when traveling home to my parents, making a four hour drive fly by. They also are a great way to spend my daily traffic commute. So, needless to say, when I saw one of my favorite series, by one of my favorite authors available in audio format, I jumped at the chance and "to heck" with the cost!
My all-time favorite audio books are those that are done by a man and a woman; Anne McCaffrey's "Freedom" series is awesome. BUT, I seriously have no problems with a talented woman actor doing the reading; The Three Sisters trilogy read by Sandra Burr was excellent or The Key trilogy read by Susan Ericksen; equally awesome. I can only say, that Patricia Daniels, the "actress" who reads the Irish Trilogy must either be related to Ms. Roberts and Ms. Roberts was forced to use "cousin Pat" or she has to have some sort of blackmail hold on Ms. Roberts to ruin these wonderful books. It's worse than the worst "Reading Time" at the public library. Picture Mother Goose reading the Three Bears and you have some idea of the rhythm and finesse that has been utilized in these books. Patricia Daniels' acting (if it can be called that) is so juvenile and downright horrible as to be non-existent. Her Irish accent just plain stinks (if I heard "ting" for 'thing" or "tem" for 'them' one more time...Read more ›
I find the Trilogy just a little repetitive but enjoyed the characters and story lines
. Love the Irish way of thinking and the way Nora Roberts brings a little bit of Ireland into the Trilogy. Good fun read!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I thoroughly enjoyed ALL three books and I am passing them on to a friend I know who will just LOVE them too!!!Published 1 month ago by Janette Thomas
it is an interesting developing relationship between three women and their chosen man. Much like Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew set in a successful through bread horse farm... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Phlegar
Only 3 stars because this is an edited version and they took out A LOT of storylines! If I had known it was am abridged version, I would not have purchased it.Published 1 month ago by Miss Tish
I would love to read more about this family of characters! Loved it.Published 2 months ago by Debi Green
I love this trilogy b.est of all of the Nora Roberts trilogies. I just read it again a couple of months ago and I'm seriously thinking about reading it again already.Published 2 months ago by mary fugate