I would recommend it cautiously, as compared to other books from this author.
This book didn't have me in that "can't wait to see what happens next" mode until the last third of the book. If I wasn't an avid Henderson fan, I probably would have left it and gone to another book. That being said, it didn't lessen my appreciation for this author.
It was a long story that kept me waiting for someone to change their perception of God and Jesus, but only 1 changed - on his deathbed.
The other Francine Rivers books I have purchased are pretty good! But this one has me questioning if I would waste another credit, or any more money, on any more of her books.
The narrator was good!
I found it to be intriguing, but I guess I expected it to end with a more verbal statement than with the subtle " treat people better" unspoken message. It was an excellent platform that, in my opinion, could have been used to deliver the message loudly.
Can't think of any at this time.
She was good -- I could easily identify the characters and the emotional element of what was being said.
Yes -- although not my favorite Jodi Picoult book, I'm not sorry I purchased or listened to it.
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