Due to my reduced vision Irely on audiobooks. Since I love books I usually buy several audibooks a week. Since audiobooks is a costly experience I am picky when it comes to how I use my credit. I found this by looking at what was trending in fiction. Thank PeterI did! I love stories in which you get to know the characters in a way that makes the story easy to follow. Stories about daring to be different has always inspired me. Colored ladies are historically very brave so this said:" I am credit proof " and it really is worthy your credit. To me, it had a dash of Gilmore girls meets "The help" and Bridget Jones. It is structured so perfectly: Past and pressent becomes one and you are drawn in. It deals with gossip, cancer, God Ghost, finding yourself and much more. Once you begin to listen you enter their diner hence the Gilmore girls reference.
In this book you will discover how easy it can be to bound with fictional people. If you like "The help" Then you will most likely love this because of the strong stories and the differences which unites us. It spans over decades unlike "The help" making me closer to the characters.
The way simple conversations between bestfriends was authentic enough to make time stand still. Strong ladies are so inspiring!
No, this was a first. The way Odette was read annoyed me at first, because every sentence ended in the same tone. I grew to love it however since that voice managed to become Odette.
Yes! It is rarely a book manage to take me in like this. Who can resist the story of a man carrying his sick friend to her tree? To discover he picked the wrong one? The humor within this sad story manage to turn what we could have seen as victims into victors. It is beyond great and no, I did not spoil the end because Odette might be born in a tree but she did not die there..,
The sad thing about this book? I did not want it to end. I love it and will "visit" my new friends by listening to it again and again.
Honest, one-sitting and well written.
Adam - because of his actions.
Bad things happen but God is in full control
A thrill. Clean Christian romance with a storyline that makes you see it could happen to you.
The way characters and different era's take you on a journey like few other novels match. The Personalitiea are Amazingly Heartwarming
Ethan: Won't spoil the story , when you listen you will see why.
Ethan and Jools at the office.
Life: Things change but remains the same.
The main desire map is not your boring self development listen. It is a new angle which Requres your willingness to honestly answer yourself: How do you want to feel? Each listener will get a very different results. This is alternative but not New age. Filled with God but not religious
This is new theory.
By being herself. She even freestyles in the audio from.
It was perfect!
Yes: Go for this if you are new to the desire map. Ready to make it? Go for the full desire map experience. This is great for those who like me wants everything Danielle laporte .
I have not read the print. Rosalyn Landor is one of few able to give men a true authentic voice.
Including a chapter seen from those mattering to Lexi. What do they each really think and feel?
Her work is beyond fantastic!
This was not "just another romance novel". It felt authentic and the strict Bishop is one of the most well-written characters in this clean amazingly written Christian series. Ada scene where a woman dares to speak-up after 30 year's and you have this book.
Book one in this series: "Plain promise" the first book introduces us to Jonas who. i really wish was a new person.
The Bishop is introduced to his wife' stash and goes bananas
Faith: The untold pain truth.
I have not read the printed edition. However, this is narration-art which needs to be awarded. Rarely have I heard anything close to this. Outstanding just like the narration for "The help".
The fact this story was written in the pressent, even when we clearly follow them over decades. You do 't notice but it wraps you in and you can't stop listening.
Luther and Omar.
Yes. Why did it have to end?
Credit worthy an instant Audible essential.
Surprising,heart-breaking and well-written
I would let each chapter be told by a different character. This should be a series. The last filthy minutes tried to wrap it up too fast. This book should be required reading in this day and age.
The heartbreaking song to the girl he loves
Yes: When he saw what he lost
Do not let my rating hold you back. It is painfully true. Sadly too short.
All listening experiences are worth it.
Sad but true:A typical horrible experiences turned into book.
A whole lot. Plus some details should have been taken out because this is sadly a book sex-offenders might get some stupid danger filled ideas from . I wish an expert would have looked through it to remove excplit scenes.
Yes. The endibg. It is an important idea and every adult and teen needs to listen to it.
Yes. Skip the health-workers advice in future books
It is a must.
Totally credit proof.
I have not read the printed version. If you have reduced vision: Do NOT let the narrator stop you! I bought this because I wanted a scripture-based listen: And boy! This is what I hoped "Everyday a Friday" by Joel Osteen would be like. I returned Joel's book because it did not have enough scriptures. This on the other hand is filled. My advice: Take the scriptures out while listening so you can see for yourself. This book is not done in one sitting: I used three days on this. Still, I will be going back again and again.
You can change your thoughts.
No, I do wish they used another narrator… This is after all and updated edition
No. I rather come back!
Every. Christian need this audiobook.
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