It's my first real audiobook and it really helps kill the monotony when I drive to work and back in the slow traffic. The different voices for different characters were helpful.
I like Kevin Tolbert's presentation of the facts and his proposals (chapter 16) which was simple to follow and realistic enough to believe.
Yes! I found it really exciting and touching as there were parts which brought tears to my eyes. The author is really the ideal person to read it as he knows the settings and emotions of the characters.
I suppose I would have to compare it to Fatherless by Dr James Dobson as that was the only other fictional Audible book in my library. Both are real enough for me experience the issues and struggles as well as make me wonder what I would do if I were in their shoes. I believe I have read all of the author's books such ast This Present Darkness, Piercing the Darkness, The Oath, etc.
My favorite scene was when Dan discovered Mandy in his room wearing his wife's dress.
Yes, but only the first half because it become repetitive (mundane? detailed?) towards the end.
Yes, because the 2 simple basic principles just works: like with like and one home for everything!
"Like with like" and "one home for everything".
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