Comfort From a Country Quilt

Version: Abridged
Author: Reba McEntire
Narrator: Reba McEntire
Genres: Non-Fiction
Publisher: Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group
Published In: May 1999
# of Units: 3 CDs
Length: 3 hours
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One of the most popular and admired women of our time writes about the roles a modern country woman tries to fulfill - roles as many and as varieda as the fabric pieces of a patchwork quilt.

Reviews (3)

Comfort From a Country Quilt

Written by John Martin from Raleigh, NC on September 29th, 2005

  • Book Rating: 2/5

I love Reba McEntire and everything about her, but I didn't care much for this book -- even though it's recorded in her voice. Unfortunately, I can't pinpoint what it is about it that I didn't like. Maybe it sounds like she's reading to children. Maybe I didn't find it intellectually engaging. It's something along those lines, but I can't articulate it precisely. I could sum it up by saying, "I'm glad I listened to (most of) it, but I am so glad I didn't buy it, and I couldn't recommend it to others.

Not much comfort

Written by Sara Smith from Scotts Valley, CA on January 13th, 2005

  • Book Rating: 1/5

Well, this was only the 2nd book that I have returned without finishing. It was terrible. I only got through about 15 minutes of the first disk before I was forced to turn it off. There was really no unifying theme or idea other than random anecdotes from her past. Strange. Boring.

Comfort From a Country Quilt

Written by Donna on November 6th, 2004

  • Book Rating: 1/5

Boring. Reba told "cute" story after "cute" story of her upbringing and the raising of her son Shelby. Only book I returned without finishing.