I have already recommended it to many friends and I will continue to do so. I have long been a believer in storing food, medical supplies and needed items for the home to make my home self-sufficient in times of disaster...any disaster. It is also recommended by my church and has been for decades. We cannot rely on others to take care of us in bad times whether it be financial, weather catastrophe, or in the incident of an electro magnetic pulse, which I believe is on our horizon. Everyone needs to read this book and get prepared.
Hiroshima and Nagashaki, because both books dealt with a war time catastrophe that no one was prepared for or expected.
He brings a realism that brings you into the story and help you to see yourself as being right beside him.
Most definitely and I will be listening to it many times over. Not only enjoyable but necessary in these times.
If the United States Government is putting this subject on the back burner, then One Moment After will bring it to light. Be prepared. Read this book and go forward as you must.
The title is very misleading. The story contains occasional references to Joseph Smith. It is really a book about the Mormon history and the main character's (not Joseph Smith) involvement in it.
The Secret Garden.
Yes, it was fine.
He was a man of God. The story would have been much better if it would have focused on Jospeh Smith and his story.
Why don't you carry audiobooks from Deseret books?
I already have
It gave story like examples which described the workings of a sociopath. Described my stepfather perfectly!
I have already planned on doing so. As with her previous novel, Marilynne Robinson has captured such wonderful selections of the english language to tell this story that it reguires much more than one pass. Perhaps twice for the masterful story line, twice for the characterization, and innumerable for the glorious language she chooses. I will keep it on my
I especially enjoyed the times that the main character described the love and appreciation he had for his son. What child wouldn't want to hear those remarks from their parent?
Tim Jerome WAS the Reverend, our main character. His intonations and expert use of his voice brought this story to life. Excellent job.
There were so many parts I adored but I can point clearly to the telling of the trip to the graveyard and meeting the woman on the farm. It was greatly moving to me.
I will keep reading this work as I did Ms. Robinson's first work, Housekeeping. Both of them are glorious works.
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