They both offer something unique. The audio offers the story told in the author's own voice complete with inflections and nuances you wouldn't get in print. The print version offers drawings of maps and a layout like a diary to help put the visual picture together with the story. So I guess the best experience would be to listen to the audiobook while following along in the print book.
Alan, the main character. What an insightful character!
Alan, see the answer above
It all was moving, but especially the epilogue at the end of the book. The author has the special ability to sum up several ideas in as few words as possible, and the right words are chosen. It is a remarkable talent.
I'm on the third book in the series, The Road To Grace, and each book just makes you keep coming back and reading more.
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