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The Bluebird and the Sparrow
- Women of the West, Book 10
- Narrated by: Cheryl Haas
- Length: 7 hrs and 59 mins
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Janette Oke, author of over 40 books, is one of the most beloved novelists of our time. An inspirational best seller, The Bluebird and the Sparrow is her moving story of a young woman’s spiritual journey towards acceptance and faith.
Berta has spent much of her life striving to be the opposite of her adorable sister, Glenna. As Glenna grows into a vivacious and outgoing young wife and mother, Berta carefully molds herself into a prim spinster and dependable member of her family. But her aloofness and pride must exact a price. Soon, Berta will need to examine her soul for the true motives at work in her heart.
Millions of readers have thrilled to Janette Oke’s finely crafted stories of engaging characters and spiritual conflicts. If you are looking for an uplifting, refreshing romance, you will relish this tender drama of the power of love and trust.
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- Unhappy Customer
it would have been a great struggle to have finished it, & I didn't. It took the author way too long to say anything and the narrator talked so slow it took even longer.
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What made the experience of listening to The Bluebird and the Sparrow the most enjoyable?
I enjoyed the story... it was different from other Janette Oke stories because the heroine wasn't as likable as they normally are.
What was one of the most memorable moments of The Bluebird and the Sparrow?
The conversation with the pastor and then her mother that changed her outlook on life.
What aspect of Cheryl Haas’s performance would you have changed?
The performance was fine but the sound quality of the recording was poor.
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