love to read and love audio books!Favorite authors: Marcia Willett,Nevil Shute,Mary Stewart,and Jacqueline Winspear. I could go on and on but wont bore you! I belong to a book group and we often" Listen" to the books we have selected for the month while using a paper copy for the discussion notes. It really enhances the quality of the story.
Evans delivered again. This is a very good book and the narrator is excellent. I always wait for the next Evans book every Christmastime.
It was well spent in that i was cleaning the house as i listened.
It was bit too far fetched
Not a bad listen. Enjoyable, but predictable
I live on an island off the coast of Maine. Since I installed a "doggie door" I am now retired from "Letting The Dogs In and Out"!
In my top favorites
He makes the characters come alive
I enjoyed this book from start to finish.
Say something about yourself!
Held my attention throughout the story. Easy listening.
A feel good story, refreshing in these times.
Luke confronting his father again.
Luke, a person that learned leasons with morality.
It was pleasant listening to the narrators voice.
I had several copies of the print version but I've gave them as gifts at Christma, so I never had a chance to read the book version. This audio version was excellent.
Good detail of the main character's life that was read as a dairy.
Yes, very well voiced and narrated.
The main character Mr. Crisp, but I would also like to know more about his father and his views on life.
Good lessons to learn about life and how one views it, and the importance of building a relationship between employer and employee. One should learn how to give back within the community and also learn to have gratitude.
I really enjoyed listening to this book. I had a hard time putting it up.
I love the ending
They were all spectacular.
The ending was the best. The hero's wife too angry in story.
Distinct, believable, good to listen.
Richard Paul Evans writes a very straightforward and sensitive retelling of The Prodigal Son. It's a book which does exactly what you listen for it to do -- pulls at the heartstrings, makes you take stock, and compliments the holiday season quite nicely. It's not rocket science, it may be a little bit formulaic -- but Mr. Evans writing style is straight ahead and he does have a nice ear for contemporary dialogue.
John Dossett is what made this book better than average. I've listened to him read Mr. Evans holiday offerings a couple of time now, and I look forward to his narration -- perhaps even more than I look forward to the story. He infuses such warmth into the story and characters with his voice. Bravo!