Christy Award finalist Nicole Baart has dedicated her life to performing humanitarian works and penning gripping inspirational fiction. Far from Here offers a poignant look at love, forgiveness, and the consequences of even the tiniest dishonesties.
Danica Greene loves living in Iowa with her pilot husband Etsell. But tragedy strikes when Etsell and his plane vanish while he’s working in Alaska. Buoyed by her faith, Danica heads off to the Last Frontier to find answers.
©2012 Nicole Baart (P)2012 Recorded Books, LLC
This books is for you if you want a maudlin, long drawn out story that attempts to stick a knife into your chest and twist the blade just to get a reaction out of you. The description is WAY lacking. I would say this is a spoiler alert, but the book needs spoiling... The description sounds as if she goes in search of her beloved husband and who knows what happens, but certainly it doesn't imply hours of introspective blah, blah, blah mingled with the knife jab (read other woman) mingled with more hours of introspective blah, blah, blah mingled with a twist of the knife (baby from jerk husband's indiscretion) and on and on and on. I kept waiting for it to get "inspiring" or anything positive. And it never, ever did. If you want a similar story only one that actually inspires and yes, has an upbeat ending, try Charles Martin's "The Mountain Between Us".On a positive note, the performance is very well done. The story is just awful, depressing and way too much like a tear jerker that works to hard to make you cry for the sake of the tears. So annoying. With a better description I wouldn't have wasted my money. I will look for other books read by the two narrators.
No, but definitely from other books by this author.
Not that I remember, but I would definitely try to find something interesting by either of them. They were the ONE redeeming part of this audiobook!
Oh dear. The entire book. The story was just plain horrible. Please put a more thorough description in... mention the "other woman" angle and the whole "devastating betrayal". Be fair; I would NEVER have bought this if those two phrases had found their way into the description.
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