There are audiobooks and there are GREAT audiobooks. This is a GREAT audiobook!!! After hundereds of audiobooks, only Nelson Demille's "The Gold Coast" is in the same class. I resisted listening to The Kite Runner for a long time due to the fact I thought a setting based in Afganastan just wasn't my cup of tea. I could not have been more wrong. The plight of Amir and Hassan is a story I'll not soon forget. The book is very well written and the pronuciation by the author made the book feel even more alive. It was an emotional rollacoaster I loved and as the book ended I cried. All I can keep saying is "For You a Thousand Times Over".
36 hours of bliss. I could have listened for another 36. Great Characters and insight about everyone's different life philosophy. Hands down the best aucdio book I ever listened to. The great part was it was the longest too so I go to enjoy it for even longer.Only "The Gold Coast" by Nelson Demille and Dean Koontz's "From the Corner of His Eye" rival this book on audio.
After reading all the review this books was WAY below what I expected. Yes, I was entertained as the narrator was very good but this story just went nowhere. To have this book on Audible.com's 100 Essencials is a joke. Keller dose nothing more than go from job to job with no real conclusion. I seriously advise you to pass this book up!!!
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