It is obvious from the reviews that there is a split between believers of the Bible and skeptics. As a believer, I would have been terribly disappointed if the father had not referred to the appropriate scriptures. I knew immediately that the boy was spot on with scripture but I didn't have to look them up before listening further to the boy's story. There is no doubt in my mind that this boy went to heaven. Any believer could tell you that, unless the whole thing is a scam, which I do not believe it is, this boy saw heaven and did not hear these things at home. For one thing, a child that age would not have grasped the significance of what he saw, even if he had heard the stories. Some of these things are argued about by theologians even today. The boy's simple descriptions blew the complicated descriptions of theologians right out of the water. The father did exactly what I would have done: make sure the descriptions matched the scriptures. No believer wants their child to have misinformation about its spiritual future. No child could have had such understanding at that age. The descriptions are very simple, yet very deep. Much too advanced for a child to have figured out without actually seeing it. The skeptics seem to believe that the father put his own "interpretation" on the boy's story or on scripture. He did not. He simply read the scriptures and said what they obviously say. The boy "got it" from seeing it. I am grateful that the pastor/father wrote this book and shared what his son said. I would not have wanted to miss it.
Yes. It has a very interesting story and is much more fast-paced than her books usually are. It is more about other characters and less about the Deckers' personal lives.
It is face paced and has interesting characters outside the Decker family.
I don't find that Faye Kellerman always delivers. Sometimes there is more about her religion and family that gets tedious in some of the books instead of there being a true plot. However, I liked this one and didn't want it to stop.
The story is pretty good; the detective is delightful. the only thing that might hold me back is the narrator. She does a great job doing voices, but it sounds like she is sucking on a cough drop or piece of candy. It is very distracting at times. I think it is a shame that such a good narrator spoils her work with the loud swallowing and sloppy saliva. I finished the book and look forward to reading another Fairstein book. However, I pray that the narrator stops swallowing and rolling her tongue around while talking.
Light mysteries such as Nina Reilly books.
No. The story went along pretty good with a surprise as to who the killer/rapist was but the rape scenes were so graphic that I would never recommend it for reading.
The graphic rape scenes.
Yes, except for the rape scenes. the last one was especially hard to read.
This would be a pretty good story except for the graphic rape scenes. They were very disturbing.
Absolutely! Although people recommend the print version, I cannot imagine not hearing this book. The narrator for Jack is perfect.
Yes, I did. I think it is so interesting and well written. It is one of the best books I have ever listened to.
The book just made me uncomfortable fromthe start. Didn't finish it.
Too creepy and sexual, much like some of her others. Just creepier.
It was okay.
Everything I read.
The Mulhaneys and The Widow's Story are the only decent books she has written, in my humble opinion.
Didn't read the print version.
Hire the narrator from Case of Lies. It is very difficult to tell one character from another. They all sound alike. Very confusing. Case of Lies narrator, Laural Merlington, did an excellent job of the different voices. You could visualize Sandy as a Native American in Case of Lies, but in this book, she sounds like all the others in the book. She lost all her personality in this book. Very hard to listen to because you can't tell when the characters change. Very disappointed in the performance.
I am only in the 5th chapter but will try to listen to it all. I love the authors.
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