Heartrending, enlightening, uplifting
Loved when Tony first met Cabbie !
No, but he was great with all the voices, even the women.
Expect the unexpected !
Once again I loved W. Paul Young's portrayal of the The Father, Jesus and The Holy Spirit. Although dealing with a heavy subject this book was full of laugh out loud humor. You could tell a difference in the style of writing that was "meant to be published", the writing seemed freer than "The Shack". What you expected to be predictable was not.
Interesting story, some what predictible
I did not have a favorite character.
I loved her voicing of the characters
Paxton's gramdmother. A true southern lady from a time gone by.
The power of love to heal and the impact of friendship. The "southern" setting.
Similar to "The Help"
Jenna Lamina was a new narrator to me, I will definatley look for her again. She did an amazing job with all the characters, especially Cee Cee.
I laughed and cried and laughed until I cries ! CeeCee is has a priceless wit and spunk !
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