The antagonistic yet fun chemistry between the main characters. This is a great performance reading!! a fun "what if Spock & Q ever met" scenerio :O)
The initial meeting dialogue, Q's ode to himself and Spock's discourse on human life are all quite memorable.
Yes & this is Top Rate!
The verbal sparring was first rate and even though it is all audio, I could "see" them interacting in my minds' eye. That is how closely meshed ther characterizations are!!
If you like Star Trek and enjoy "Spock's" and "Q's' characters, then this (and the sequel) are both "must haves" for your collection.!!
Powerful! Inspiring! Heartfelt!!
The realization that God's Life and ours are entertwined for eternity. The way it is worded leaves no doubt of God's love for all mankind. It convicts and confirms our love for God as well. Very good story. Highly inspirational!
He speaks with authority and gives the words a life of their own. His voice projection is supurb and keeps the story flowing and kept me enthralled in the story. I ended up listening to the whole thing in one setting when I was supposed to only listen for 45 min at a time :O)
The part that spoke of finding the "right voices" to listen to. The analogy spoke of Jesus's question to the Apostles "Who do you say I am?" and the answers given and what happens to us as we learn to listen, and when we don't. Very good book for reflection.
I have been listening to Max Lucado's books for a little while now and I must say that this one stands strong and has a wonderful message to share and Mark Bramhall gives a stellar performance.
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