©2005 Ray Blackston; (P)2005 Oasis Audio, LLC
"Refreshingly honest. As charming as Bridget Jones's Diary from the male point of view." (Library Journal)
Read all three books now, (listened to this one) and each one got more interesting. A bit over the top and unbelievable but wholesome and enjoyable!
Great read! Another nice clean adventurous story by Ray Blackston. A nice combination of relationships and faith. I did not want to stop listening!
The third in the series, I couldn't wait to listen to Lost in Rooville. I wasn't disappointed! The characters are so vivid I feel like I know them. There couldn't be a better choice for narrater. Andrew Peterson has read all three and he does and awesome job.
I didn't realise this was a "Young Christians" book, and almost didn't finish it. I guess I'm glad I did ... but I can't recommend it to the general reading public.
Fun, enjoyable, entertaining.
I couldn't believe all they went through! It makes you grateful!
I like all of ray blackston's books!
This book and Blackston's others are all categorized as Religious Fiction. The major problem is that the Christian stuff is jumbled in with the rest along with gay and lesbian. This is not a slow listen and it will not leave you disinterested, I wanted more but only 4 of Blackston's 5 books are available (that was a joke.) It's hard finding non Christian Romance on Audible, and I like to come to Blackston's stuff then jump to similar authors.
I only made it halfway through this book before I had to stop reading the nonsense.
It reminded me of those after school tv specials they use to have. Simple stories with simple morals attached.
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