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a beautiful romance that follows the straggles and hardships of live. pointing out the beauty of nature and how taking a moment in time to stop and look around can be so freeing in yourself.
If you could sum up The Dance in three words, what would they be?
Beautiful, Joyful and Friendship
What did you like best about this story?
Just an awesome book which is a celebration of love, friendship and nature. I loved the way if was framed around honeybees and was really impressed by the amount of research that Suzie has obviously done to weave this element into a what is, for me, a touching, passionate and heart-warming story.
Which character – as performed by Clara Nipper – was your favourite?
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Just too many to count - right from the beginning it captures your heart and emotions
Any additional comments?
This is a such a beautiful story, so delicately written with a poignant message. You just can't help but fall in love with it I loved Clara's performance and emotion in telling book, it really drew me in and made me feel part of it and the characters story. Couldn't recommend it highly enough. A pure joy.
Where does The Dance rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
The last audio book I have listened to was Fountainhead book on cassette, so my experience here is way out of date. The Dance is ranked the highest as it has reminded me how fun it is to have something read to me, especially a book I read and loved already.
If you could take any character from The Dance out to dinner, who would it be and why?
Jackie, mainly because I love when character flaws and difficulties are presented and then I can watch how the character navigates through them. We all love the perfect characters for their perfections. I love the characters that teach me something, or validate things I have experienced myself.
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The narrator was absolutely terrible, but I loved the story despite the preachy standpoint of the writer.
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