Rise and Shine by Anna Quindlin narrated by Carol Monda - A very belated posting of this review. I started writing it over a year ago. So take the review for what it is.
I picked this audiobook up because of the narrator. At least I thought I did. I thought Monda had narrated at least one of the books in the Ember Series by Jeanne DuPrau. I was wrong. If you like to listen to audiobooks and find you really like a certain narrators voice all you need to do is put the narrator in the author field at the library or on amazon you can find other books the narrator has read. Just make sure you have the right one.
I still liked Monda's reading of Rise and Shine. Her voice really seemed to fit for the narrator of the story, Bridget or Brightie as her nephew called her. I found the story compelling although at times hard to listen too. It's hard for me when I know someone has made a mistake even if the character in the book was a jerk. I don't want to give too much of the story away. There is some sad parts in the very end. Over all a very real story and one about relatonships: sisters, family, comittment, love, parenting etc.