Contemporary · Fiction · Romance

Running Barefoot

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Title: Running Barefoot

Author: Amy Harmon

Performer: Tavia Gilbert

Length: 10 hr, 45 min

Series: N/A

Publishing Date/Publisher: March 26, 2014 by Tantor Audio

Format: eAudiobook

Review: This is a very wholesome romance about two people seemingly destined to be together.  I regret that my library did not have a hard copy of this book, because I did not enjoy it in eAudiobook format.  I almost didn’t finish it because I really was not feeling the performer, but I was invested enough in the story to forge ahead.

In hindsight, I found the story to be sort of dry and I found my attention drifting often.  It often goes on philosophical tangents, and I was surprised by the strong religious undertones given the fact this book is not tagged in any way that would indicate that it is Christian Fiction.  I’m not saying this was a problem for me, it was just unexpected.

A lot of this story revolves around waiting.  Waiting for Samuel to come back and waiting for Josie to grow up.  She is 13 years old at the start of the story and Samuel is 18 years old.  I give the author props for managing to not make this love story creepy, but sweet.

It was incredibly difficult for me to rate this book because it was hard for me to separate my feelings about the reader from my opinion of the book.  After some consideration though, I thought the story was just ok.  It didn’t completely suck me in, but I still felt compelled to finish it.

Reader: Bekah

Rating: 

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3 thoughts on “Running Barefoot

  1. Ugh, I’m sorry you got stuck listening to an audiobook with a lame narrator! I don’t particularly like Christian fiction or romances, so this one is probably not for me. I’m glad the author avoided the potential ‘ick’ factor with that main relationship though. 🙂

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