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The Wildwater Walking Club

Written by: Claire Cook
Narrated by: Kymberly Dakin
Length: 7 hrs and 45 mins

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When Noreen takes a buyout and gets dumped by a boyfriend in one fell swoop, she finds herself with nothing but time to notice everything that's missing in her life. Tess is the teacher next door, who thought she'd be spending the summer with her college-bound daughter, but now that daughter isn't speaking to her. The Wildwater Walking Club is complete when they meet Rosie, the dutiful daughter who moved onto her parents' lavender farm after her mother died - and dragged her family with her.

As the Wildwater women walk and talk, they tally their steps, share their secrets, and let life take them in some new and surprising directions. Throw in a road trip, a clothesline controversy that could only happen in the 'burbs, plenty of romantic twists and turns, and a quirky multigenerational cast of supporting characters, and the result is pure Claire Cook - fun, fast, and totally fabulous.

©2009 Claire Cook (P)2009 BBC Audio

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  • Denise Wallace
  • 2009-05-28

Very Good

I really enjoyed this book. I loved how believable the friendships developed. Very enjoyable!!!

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  • Rita Cassady
  • 2009-07-14

The Wildwater Walking Club

Funny, uplifting, Learned tons about lavander. LOL

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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  • Pamela Rimmer
  • 2012-08-27

fun and inspiring.

Would you listen to The Wildwater Walking Club again? Why?

I probably will listen to this book again. it was a fun.

Any additional comments?

I have recommended this book to several friends.

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  • cheryldurand
  • Cramerton, NC, United States
  • 2009-07-23

The Wildwater Walking Club

It was a good book but I could not stand the person reading the story repeating over and over again when each character spoke "she said", "she said". The voice of the reader at times was annoying as well but the story was good.

2 of 4 people found this review helpful