I would recommend this book highly. It was every bit as good as The Shack, but not repetitive. Crossroads is its own unique story.
The authors way of making God relatable and real.
I have, I heard Roger read The Shack. He did great here too.
Money and power are figments of our imagination, we are lost without God's love.
God is love. Without God, we are bankrupt.
Gus and Call start to get better at rangering.
Gus, Call, Mattie, Clara and Newt.
When they come into Lonesome Dove for the first time.
I don't know.
Depressing, although it does introduce Call and Gus.
The few times that there are humor and the introduction of Mattie.
He did a good job.
No, it was disappointing after Lonesome Dove.
The story itself.
Sue Barlow, she is an inspiration to the Open Rangers. She is beautiful and dedicated to doing good.
He has a lot a emotion in his voice.
Sue Barlow, she is an interesting person.
A must listen for Cowboy or Western book lovers.
No, it is a classic, but a sad story.
The relationship between J.B. Books and his landlady going from mutual disgust to mutual respect.
He has a perfect Western character voice.
The end of an era.
Not for the weak hearted.
Bravery, Love, Friendship
Gus saving Laurie from being kidnapped.
Mr. Horsey is the best narrator I have ever heard.
I did want to listen to it all in one sitting.
If I could spend a day with any character, it would be Gus.
Cowboy Call is different from other books I have listened to, I loved it.
Cowboy Call is like no other book I have listened to.
It is more of a book that I wanted to listen to, then take awhile too think, then listen more.
Never be ashamed to province your Christianity no matter where you are or who your with.
Love wins always.
Lassiter because he has a high moral code and love for family, friends, children and eventually God.
It gave me an extreme reaction that dedication ( not religion ) , but closeness to God, love and family always wins.
Yes, I would recommend this book to friends. It is an epic novel of the American west and Mormon corruption.
True Grit is for Western genre is the best book of it's type. The story is very memorable, a true tale of the post Civil War frontier. From Maddie's Christian living, the Texas Rangers pride for the Lone Star State to Rooster Cogburn's hard exterior, tender heart, and strict way of law and order, True Grit is America in the late 1800's.
Rooster riding alone, just him and Bo ( his horse ), with reigns in teeth and both guns shooting against Ned Peppers entire gang. Rooster fights fearless and true to save a girl.
Donna brings a lot of emotion and does a great job doing men's voices.
Rooster just to hear his life story.
I am very glad that this book was rereleased, the movie was my Dad's favorite.
Gabriel because he is such a lovable person.
The fishing scene.
Gabriel and his parents relationship is admirable.
Great story, however not much Christian base.
Yes, Max does an excellent job of explaining God's saving grace.
God, because He is our love, creator and salvation.
Wayne does a great job.
Thank you Jesus for your grace.
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