Fortunately, I zeroed in on this audiobook in the library after searching the many shelves over and over again, looking from top to bottom and left to right. After puzzling for an agonizing fifteen minutes, I finally chose The Secret Scripture from the "New Selections"area.
I thank my subconscious for prompting me to pull this audiobook away from its neighbors and into my life.
During the past two weeks, while I drove and listened to the Irish accent of Wanda McCaddon, the narrator of the book, I laughed aloud, groaned with frustration, giggled with pleasure and felt a tremendous weight of sadness. I request that you read the audiobook case label above to discover the story summary.
As with my review of The Guernsey Literary and Potato Pie Society in my previous post, I once again turn two thumbs up for The Secret Scripture. How glorious it must be to have the imagination and self-discipline of these authors who weave such wonderfully gripping stories in their minds and then to put them into words that so amazingly capture and entertain countless readers.
I can't imagine my world without books. How about you? Do you wonder what would we do without them?