Miranda


Read by TriciaG

(4.6 stars; 209 reviews)

The third book in the Marcia Schuyler/Miranda trilogy, this story focuses on the irrepressible Miranda Griscom. She has repeatedly rejected a wealthy suitor's proposals of marriage. The townsfolk are puzzled: why would she give up such a chance? But "jest plain, hombly, turn-upnose, freckle-faced, red-haired M'randy Griscom" has a long-secret love for a man who was accused of murder, whose escape she orchestrated. (Summary by TriciaG) (9 hr 15 min)

Chapters

Chapter I 20:48 Read by TriciaG
Chapter II 30:59 Read by TriciaG
Chapter III 16:02 Read by TriciaG
Chapter IV 12:11 Read by TriciaG
Chapter V 17:02 Read by TriciaG
Chapter VI 21:28 Read by TriciaG
Chapter VII 25:41 Read by TriciaG
Chapter VIII 21:02 Read by TriciaG
Chapter IX 27:53 Read by TriciaG
Chapter X 19:11 Read by TriciaG
Chapter XI 14:20 Read by TriciaG
Chapter XII 6:33 Read by TriciaG
Chapter XIII 23:28 Read by TriciaG
Chapter XIV 17:56 Read by TriciaG
Chapter XV 15:00 Read by TriciaG
Chapter XVI 13:34 Read by TriciaG
Chapter XVII 17:49 Read by TriciaG
Chapter XVIII 32:58 Read by TriciaG
Chapter XIX 15:37 Read by TriciaG
Chapter XX 17:30 Read by TriciaG
Chapter XXI 14:19 Read by TriciaG
Chapter XXII 22:32 Read by TriciaG
Chapter XXIII 26:00 Read by TriciaG
Chapter XIV 20:03 Read by TriciaG
Chapter XV 16:52 Read by TriciaG
Chapter XXVI 23:08 Read by TriciaG
Chapter XXVII 14:35 Read by TriciaG
Chapter XXVIII 13:57 Read by TriciaG
Chapter XXIX 11:45 Read by TriciaG
Chapter XXX 5:43 Read by TriciaG

Reviews

(2 stars)

The story is good but please, dear reader, take the sing song out of your voice. Practice making your reading sound like your natural talking. Some words are naturally stressed or they're spoken louder, or softer. And the end of a sentence, pause. Listen to other readers, the good ones, and you'll hear what I mean. It's a lot of work to record a book; make it a worthy effort. Thanks, and I hope you will take this criticism as constructive. I appreciate your efforts.

(5 stars)

I absolutely LOVED this book! The whole trilogy is great, but 'Miranda' has it all: fun, intrigue, warmth, travel, love, and Miranda's own quaint turn of phrase! A unique heroine!

wonderful ending

(5 stars)

This was a great trilogy and a nice ending to the Miranda books.

worth the wait!

(5 stars)

The first 2 books in this series are filled with hateful and vindictive characters persecuting victimized women. As a reward for making it through them (or if you just want to skip to the good part!) this book presents a strong and admirable female protagonist, who determines to be happy and useful despite difficult circumstances and loneliness. This book is a real pleasure to listen to. It touches on many historical, religious and political issues while including romance, mystery, humor and adventure!

(4 stars)

I loved this story. The story in itself gets 5 stars.. However.. The sing-song of the reader can kind of hit a wrong nerve. Hence the 4 stars in my review. I encourage the reader to try moderating her voice to the punctuation & otherwise reading in a more level manor that doesn't take away from the story.

a mildly mildly interesting read

(3 stars)

the story is rather interesting, but at times a bit slow and redundant. the reader does a good job and is consistent. the readers voice inflection took me a little while to get used to, but then it was okay.

(5 stars)

Great story when she sticks to the main plot. she does spend a lot of time trying to tie her characters in with historical people. All of chapter 18 could have been skipped. Still, my favorite character in the trilogy gets her story written

GLH/Tricia G and A BONUS

(5 stars)

this is the prime of HBFiction! the excitement of Dr. Walt Whitman And Professor Samuel Morse coming right into my room with me! now I want to go to know about them at this point on their lives!