Cleve, South Australia | Member Since 2011
Marcus Grodi made us hanker for this follow-up with the fascinating tale of Rev Stephen LePointe in HFAF regarding the agonies that come with the thought of converting. Personally I would have preferred Marcus to be the reader - as in HFAF - but the chosen reader does very well.
This is a marvelous story, a fictional novel based to some extent on reality, of the agonizing
journey of a conversion. Both as a book to read and as an audiobook it grips one's attention and one's interest.
Scott is a man with a big commitment and an intellect to get to the depth of things. He is no halfhearted person. Good reader for this book is Grove Gardner.
This story is an eyeopener to the facts of the genocide in Rwanda by one who was in the middle of it and was very close to being discovered and brutally murdered herself. Her ability to have genuinely forgiven all the killers, especially the man who killed some of her family, is amazing and powerful. This audiobook is very professionally narrated by Lisa Renee Pitts.
The story is inspiring and can only do good. Also some people cannot spend much time reading but can listen to the story on a CD as they drive or on a CD or iPhone as they work
Very clear and reflects the emotions felt
Sadness, yes, but also joy at Immaculee's readiness to forgive.
It is refreshing to see that Immaculee's Catholic Faith came out very clearly. I am grateful to Steve Erwin who organised the publishing of this book that he did not omit or downplay this. Wunderbar!
It is good to have it as an audible because it helps whileaway the weary hours for me who drive many,many kilometres. Also the skill of the voice presentation of the reader makes it much more interesting.
Because it is solid worthwhile writing by a man with tremendous perspicacity about the realities around us.
I haven't got very far into it yet
Chesterton was capable of deep and serious matters and yet could write things like
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