• A Trail of Crumbs: A Novel of the Great Depression

  • Pearl Spence Novels, Book 2
  • By: Susie Finkbeiner
  • Narrated by: Tavia Gilbert
  • Length: 9 hrs and 28 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (65 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Pearl Spence has been through more in her young life than most folks could handle. But through it all, her family has been by her side. They may not be perfect, but they love her, and they all love each other, come what may. That's one thing Pearl no longer questions.

©2017 Susie Finkbeiner (P)2019 Oasis Audio

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A Trail Of Crumbs

I really enjoyed this series. Sorry to see it end. The progression of the story through three books and the development of the characters was beautifully constructed. Highly recommend.

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Couldn't Finish. Yawn.

This book was nothing like the first. The main character just yaks yaks yaks, talking about, nothing! The narrator's voice eventually became nails on a chalk board. Had to quit halfway through.