Bobby is a good kid but something is going to happen to him that doesn't seem good. But there are touching moments in this story that make up for that.
I liked the angel "Tristan." His job was to make Bobby's transition easy and comfortable.
He really got into it and made wonderful different characterizations and personalities.
There are many moving moments that lead up to the conclusion. I did like the conversation Bobby had with Tristan about why angels were different from humans.
It's a short tale. It could have been a lot longer and with more detail but it was written from a child's perspective and that's okay.
It makes a person think on a wide variety of topics including how one spends their time and resources. It gives perspective on the temporary nature of this life and the eternal on the hereafter.
The discussion of how deep God's love is for those that accept Christ.
The narrator did a fine job considering the language. There are many quotes from Scripture in the old King James which isn't easy. The vernacular is deep and would not be easy to read, but he did very well.
As a non-fiction work, a film isn't applicable.
You may need to listen to it more than once to process all the thoughts and ideas.
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