This book tells about a very important doctrine from God's Holy Word and explains how God expects us to deal with offenses when they happen. John Bevere uses stories from his own life and from the Bible to illustrate the points of this doctrine so that we can understand how choices we make when we become offended can affect ourselves and others.
Some parts of this book are difficult to listen to and will evoke emotions that the listener will need to deal with after listening. I don't recommend listening in one sitting. I think it's best to take this book in pieces and deal with the emotions a little at a time.
This gritty police detective novel starts out with a murder in near Belfast, Ireland in 1981 and leads you through the life of one detective as he desperately tries to put the pieces together and solve the murder. He is foiled over and over and the closer he gets to the killer, the more danger he is in. There are twists and turns in this novel that keep you guessing about how connected two deaths might actually be or whether they are connected at all. The author explores the effects of the violence of Northern Ireland in the early 1980's on the police and people who live there where justice isn't always guaranteed and sometimes a policeman will have to go to great lengths to solve a crime.
Sleeping Doll tells the story of a very evil man and his escape from prison. The twists will keep you guessing and Kathryn Dance is very intuitive. Excellent descriptions of both mood and affect are given and most of the loose ends are tied up, though not all. This is a well thought out chase and you really hate Daniel Pell and you really feel for the good characters. The narration is excellent and you will enjoy this story.
I started this book, but I didn't enjoy the story line. You have the gender bending operative and the gay connection. I really didn't enjoy that.
This book is an attempt to communicate a very interesting idea that I have never heard expressed by any other writer. Dean Koontz, in his usual fashion, fleshes out this idea with intriquing characters and a fight between good and evil that takes you through a world turning upside down. It is a thrill ride and you won't guess the secret to Innocence.
Yes and I have. Robert Charles Wilson gives us a walk through a future world where lives have been shattered by the coming of the Chronoliths. Mr. Wilson is not only able to imagine that reality and the physics surrounding such events, but he shows us his characters growth and change throughout his lifetime and looking into the future from there. This is one journey you don't want to miss.
The Ritual Bath is a novel that is exceptionally well thought our and researched. You learn about the life of Rina inside the Jewish Torah Community which Peter Decker must understand in order to solve this mystery. You want the evil doer to be caught and justice to be dispensed. The romance between Peter and Rina is growing and a rapist is close to Rina, but unknown. Can Peter figure out who is threatening Rina before it is too late?
This story kept me coming back every chance I could just so that I could be with the characters in their world again. The humor and the sadness of this book really grip the reader and you wonder, could this really play out in real life. It's a fun look at "what if" and Dean Koontz is the master player.
I couldn't stop listening. It was a joy to take in.
I loved Creole Belle as a man's man of audio books. This police procedural is gritty and fun while tackling the questions of how honest men should deal with evil in their midst and growing older in a world that is often violent. I enjoyed the depth of description of the characters and the plot twists that keep you guessing all the way to the end.
The plot of Creole Belle is complicated and there are plenty of bad guys. You don't know who Dave and Clete should trust and who they should take down. This book is very well done and there is constant action. I love Clete Purcell and his daughter Gretchen and hope to see more of them in future books.
Clete Purcell was my favorite character. He reminds me of someone that I know and who was profound in my life. A great bigger than life character.
This book kept me riveted until the end. I was sad to see it finish and am sure that there is more coming in the next Dave Robicheaux book. Can't wait.
Of course. I got this book for my eighteen year-old son and he loved it. The plot is well done with action and suspense. You are immediately transported to within this story and you won't want to stop until the end. My son wishes for a sequel.
This book is pure Dean Koontz at his best. I can't really think of a book to compare it to, but it is so enjoyable that I highly recommend it.
I don't believe that I have heard J. Charles perform any other books, but he excelled at this performance. Watchers was an awesome book.
Einstein is the most memorable character of Watchers. What a wonderful idea that you could have a dog with human like intelligence. Such a fascinating concept.
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