enjoyed the story after finally getting enough time to listen when fully awake!lol Humanity hasn't ever really changed it seems. Good and evil still reign within. thank God, He is the same yesterday, today and forever.
I wish the narrator had a larger range in his character voices. All the women sound the same, and most of the men as well. This kind of story really needed a reader with a wide range of accents and tones. He simply didn't give this kind of story the scope it deserves.
This book was my second Francine Rivers audio book I've listened to, the first one was Redeeming Love (which was amazing!). A Voice in the Wind was beautifully written and I was drawn into ancient Rome and Ephasus, and the characters seemed so real and believable. I have already downloaded the next two books in this series. The narrator did a great job, although my only complaint was that some of his female voices were a bit irritating, but I guess would be difficult for any male to perform female voices well. Overall, a great experience!
Outstanding read. Great insight into Roman times, people's and events. I was stirred up to a bolder faith in an ever present God and Savior, Jesus Christ.
a book that discusses religion or has devote characters is fine. but this book just rambled on with devotal phrases that were too preachy and not instructional, interesting or thoughtful. The book was bad white noise.
Informative, entertaining, moving, interesting and well written. A real page turner. One of the best audible books ever!
I love this book so much and the narrator did a pretty good job with it. the story is definitely worth listening to again and again - I've read and listened to it severally and it actually feels just as great as the first time if not better each time! I love how scripture is weaved into the book, the story is carefully crafted and the characters very well developed. So worth the buy!
This was a good book though I did not like the ending much. I am hopeful that the second book completes some of the open plot. My favorite book like this was Chasing the Lion. It was awesome!