So enjoyed this audio. Couldn't put it down! George Newbern was perfect for it. Wow, again! What a surprise ending. This is a book you have to listen to. Once again, Charles Martin has done it. Another great book. It's a must listen.
MOST BEAUTIFUL STORY
IT IS CLEAN, UPLIFTING, ENTERTAINING, ENTHRALLING, SUSPENSEFUL, AND A BEAUTIFUL STORY.
A VERY WORTHWHILE LISTEN
I highly recommend it. This is the first of George Newbern's novels I've encountered. I definitely plan to listen to more of his books. It was written in the male first person and was a different perspective than I am accustomed to reading - but I liked it. It was very well written. The only thing I might have wished differently is for more time to be spent between the characters at the end.
I have just begun listening to this book and know I won't be disappointed with the story because Charles Martin is a gifted and talented writer whom I thoroughly enjoy; however, I am having a hard time wanting to continue listening because of the narration......it is monotone and boring at best. I teach second graders who can read more enthusiasm and expression! This is my first Martin audiobook purchase and will probably be my last if this is the narrator for all of his books.
Charles Martin has again written a wonderful story - with a surprising ending. I would recommend this latest book of Charles.
This was a very good book. It told a great story with some surprising twists and turns. I would buy this author's books again.
I enjoyed every minute of this listen. Hats off to George Newbern- I never tired of your voice. The story was such an inspiration to all who have love and strength in our lives. Makes you realize that love and the ability to love never dies. Its a simple read with a beautiful surprise ending.
While there were some tender and touching moments in this book, and the narrator was good, in general the characters and plot were very unbelievable - really? ++Plot spoiler++ An orthopedic surgeon who climbs mountains in his spare time is also stupid enough to get on a small plane in the middle of a storm with a pilot who has a bad heart. And as we find out near the end, all this rush was so he could get back to his dead wife...who he hasn't minded being apart from during his work/mountain climbing trip. Please. Also, if the author was hoping to convince anyone that abortion when facing imminent maternal death from placental abruption is immoral, he has failed miserably.
toward the end....when the house with the marble floors (where his wife and twins lived) turned out to be a mausoleum...their graves.
It was disppointing, because so many other people seemed to like this book; but, it was simply too tedious for me.
I loved how this book played out. The thought's of the character's spoke loudly through the author's words and left me to wonder if I would think the same. The ending is well done, and leaves the readers imagination to wonder with the characters into the future. A book for both men and women and very easy to listen to.