If I was to READ this book I would have put it down on the third chapter. The story line is very long winded, and on some points Redundent. I did however follow it to the end. I did get into the charetures in the story and have ponderd long on the ideas brought up about how our walk with God can be lost in the living. If you are one who likes to read between the lines this is not the book for that. If you are one who likes to ponder others point of view this is a PERFECT resouce to that end.
Over all I enjoyed the reading, Paul brought a lot of feeling to this book that I would not have felt.
At first the story line started out slow and weak. But I kept listening and got caught up in the life of this monster. Almost to the point of understanding him in his sickness. What a way to look at the other side of a tragedy
I would defenantly recommend this to my friends. It is sad, lite, funny, and a very short brake from the norm.
His simple request at the end. I wish my life was so simple.
Have not heard other recordings but will look for them. they do add chareture to the story.
Boynsher himself! he would not mess things up with needly chatter.
This was a very pleasant enlightenment to the depths of what we believe and how we or better said I believe. The foundation on which we build our beliefs upon, made very simple with this book. I loved the way simple thought was made to dig deeper into the ideas we project in the way we live when we say" I am a Christian." I found this book spoke volumes to me of how much I really don't know and how much I placed on feelings when it came to my soul and where I stood in Christ. I Truly enjoyed this book. have listened twice and got plenty each time.
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