Didn't read the print...so I can't answer that question.
It is great to see a real person do what seems to be an impossible task. Many times, Katie's story brought me to tears because of her faith in God to say
Being a guy, I would have messed up getting the feminine emotions.
There were so many. When you think God can't do anymore with Katie, it happens again and again.
To see such a young woman doing the seemingly impossible, is just a wonderful thing to experience what Jesus has done through Katie. As stated in my title, I shed many tears at what she shared with us. This is one of the best inspirational books I have ever read.
Bryce's book keeps you from the very beginning until the end. The story just keeps you interested.
The storytelling is steady. It keeps you wanting to hear more.
His talent of changing voices for each character is unbelievable. His voice brings the characters more to life.
Doc, was such a positive influence on Pekays life. His optimism overflowed to the other characters. He helped Pekay have a joy for learning.
I hope the 2nd book on Pekay is turned into an audible book very soon. I am ready to listen to the last chapter of Pekay's life.
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