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Moods

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(3,765 Sterne; 17 Bewertungen)

"Life is a train of moods like a string of beads; and as we pass through them they prove to be many colored lenses, which paint the world their own hue, and each shows us only what lies in its own focus." Emerson. This quote opens the story of Sylvia, an intelligent and "unreasonable" 19th century young woman, who has to choose between the two men who love her. But every choice has consequences. This is the first serious book for adults by the author of the best-selling "Little Women". It is as lively and sharp. Perfect for the same fans, and for fans of George Eliot who wrote much about the same topics. - Summary by Stav Nisser. (9 hr 55 min)

Chapters

CHAPTER I. IN A YEAR

30:48

Read by Laura Riley

CHAPTER II. WHIMS

38:11

Read by Laura Riley

CHAPTER III. AFLOAT

38:10

Read by Laura Riley

CHAPTER IV. THROUGH FLOOD, AND FIELD, AND FIRE

48:03

Read by Laura Riley

CHAPTER V. A GOLDEN WEDDING

35:10

Read by JayFoxe

CHAPTER VI. WHY SYLVIA WAS HAPPY

20:02

Read by Kathleen Moore

CHAPTER VII. DULL, BUT NECESSARY

12:41

Read by Kathleen Moore

CHAPTER VIII. NO

17:08

Read by Kathleen Moore

CHAPTER IX. HOLLY

25:31

Read by Lynda Marie Neilson

CHAPTER X. YES

14:43

Read by Jeni McCann

CHAPTER XI. WOOING

19:51

Read by Lynda Marie Neilson

CHAPTER XII. WEDDING

11:07

Read by cathicol

CHAPTER XIII. SYLVIA'S HONEYMOON

41:49

Read by Laura Riley

CHAPTER XIV. A FIRESIDE FETE

20:49

Read by Corrinne LePage

CHAPTER XV. EARLY AND LATE

23:41

Read by Laura Riley

CHAPTER XVI. IN THE TWILIGHT

37:15

Read by Laura Riley

CHAPTER XVII. ASLEEP AND AWAKE

27:20

Read by Sherri Lothridge

CHAPTER XVIII. WHAT NEXT?

40:00

Read by JayFoxe

CHAPTER XIX. SIX MONTHS

26:18

Read by Lynda Marie Neilson

CHAPTER XX. COME

34:34

Read by Lynda Marie Neilson

CHAPTER XXI. OUT OF THE SHADOW

32:37

Read by Lynda Marie Neilson

Bewertungen

Excellent story, the readers left something to be desi

(4 Sterne)

The story was not your usual Louisa May Alcott children's story. The ending was not a happy one, although the story yet self was well rip hand and definitely worth the kind. A couple of the readers however were difficult to listen to. The reader from Vancouver B.C. was very slow and sometimes appeared to lose her place. Another of the readers was very monotonous. However I am still glad that I took the opportunity to listen to this story that I had not heard before.

Excellent Book Hard to Listen to Readers

(2 Sterne)