This was a very moving story that taught you about life, trials, perseverance, tragedy and forgiveness. After listening to this book I really need to see the movie. Thanks again for what I have learned from this experience.
I have a quilting business. Since I love to read, I cannot read a book and quilt at the same time. Now I can listen to books and quilt too.
I haven't read the printed version....I have seen the book...The book does have pictures of many of those mentioned in the book.
ALL of it! I am not one to listen to or read a book about soldiers/ war etc. But I have to say, wow wow wow. The writing of the story was top notch, the reading was impeccable by the great Edward Herrmann...I had a hard time putting my Mp3 player down.
Yes, I have. Every book that I have listened to that Mr. Herrmann reads has been fabulous.
Yes, it was...but alas...life goes on. I will most definitely listen to this book again.
I checked out the print book from the library so my husband can read it...he is not an 'audio book kind of guy'...lol That is how much I was impressed by the story.