I love reading and I really love Audible. I'm a Grants Administrator at a university with a very long commute in everyday. Audible helps me pass the time and helps me enjoy my favorite pastime.
Good story. EXCELLENT Narrator! I love how the author makes the spiritual almost tangible.
Yes, I would recommend it. It's not The Shack, but it's a good story. By the end I was crying. But with The Shack I was crying at points throughout the book.
No, I have not, but his performance in CrossRoads was awesome. I only read The Shack. Now I'm going back to The Shack and this time on Audible. I can't wait. I hope there's something comparable to the Oscars for people who do these book performances, because Mr. Mueller deserves one.
Tony. But it's because the way the narrator acted the part of the downs syndrome child. I can still here him saying, "Tony."
Young's books, at the right time, should be given to the people of Newtown, CT. Anyone who has experienced tragedy, and that's all of us at some time or other, should have the experience of reading/hearing The Shack and Crossroads.
I didn't like anything about the book
I don't know
I didn't finish this book. I wanted it to be as inspirational as the Shack and it wasn't.
I was worried that this would be too similar to The Shack, but the storyline was fresh and engaging. And another stunningly well-done performance by Roger Mueller! I think I'd buy anything he's narrating.
Cross Roads is a great book on its own, but if you try to compare it to The Shack, you will be disappointed.
Wow I enjoyed the entire book. This is not just fiction but truth in so many many ways. This book as the Shack will have a impact and more positive changes in my life. Very well done.
Friends told me about "The Shack" which I have listened to a number of times - excellent story, but "Cross Roads" is even better. Excellent story and excellent message. This is one of the best books I have ever read or listened to.
The narrator was perfect and made the story believable.
Maggie. She pulled on every heart string....made me laugh and cry.
Not sure. Probably a scene with Cabbie.
No - I didn't finish this one.
I think this book must be aimed at a very Christian target market - not that I am anti-Christian in any way but I found it very tedious and uninteresting. I bought the audiobook to listen to in the car because of the good reviews but struggled through it until the native American (I think?) Jesus made an appearance ….. at that stage I was so bored that my mind kept drifting and I wasn't really concentrating on what was going on.
No - I think he used too much expression which I found very irritating and hastened my decision to abandon the book.
Most of it ...
I would have given up on the book earlier but kept on hoping that the next chapter would jump back to the 'real' world which to me was a little more interesting than the comatose Tony's subconscious ramblings.