In the fourth book of the Tucker series, Tucker's grandson March is at a crossroads as he tries to reconcile his troubled past with his hopeful future. Debbie has given March her heart completely, and though he loves her desperately, he struggles to fully commit to her.
Meanwhile, it seems as if evil is stalking March's family. An old nemesis comes looking for him and, frustrated in his search, takes Tucker hostage. March's sister, April, is also in peril after her workplace crush turns ugly and she unwittingly finds herself in harm's way, becoming the victim of an unspeakable crime.
Can March rescue Tucker, help April, and finally put his past to rest, so he and Debbie can find the happiness they both deserve?
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I love espionage, legal, and detective thrillers but listen to most genres. Very frequent reviews. No plot spoilers! Please excuse my typos!
This is Book 4 in the Tucker Series. Almost 20 years have passed since Tucker's Way and Tucker's three grandchildren (August, March, and April) are now adults. This is March's book. We finally find out who his father is, and that he is a very bad man.
This is a superb novel that may deserve a 5 star rating, but it has a bit much religion for me. Nevertheless. March On does fill in some previously unknown aspects of March's life. This novel, like the others in the series, is classified as in the contemporary fiction genre; however, as a stand alone novel it fits better in the mystery/thriller category.
Narration is superb!
I recommend all books in the Tucker series.
These comments address the The Tucker Series, as of this writing four novels written by David Johnson. All of the unabridged audiobooks are narrated by Laural Merlington. Lengths vary from just under six hours to just over ten. I was introduced to the first book via an Audible Daily Deal and enjoyed the story enough to finish the entire series.
The stories center around the lead character, Tucker. Tucker is an elderly woman, a victim of child abuse, who has been saddled with the raising of her three grandchildren. The setting is a life of extreme poverty in rural Tennessee.
My initial reaction is positive with a few codicils. Working through all four novels became a bit tedious, many areas a bit too preachy for my taste .. especially in books three and four. The characters were also very teary, lots of crying and angst. For those squeamish of the topic, some terrible child abuse is vividly described. There are many instances that had me rolling my eyes … some situations and character behavior lacks credibility.
Reason I liked these stories? Character development and narration. David Johnson does a terrific job with the character of Tucker. I’m sure you’ll find other characters in the stories that are well developed and believable. Narration by Merlington is excellent … unique voices for all characters.
If you are interested in a familial tale, with character development exceptional, you will enjoy The Tucker Series.
If you’re turned off by books that are very preachy and loaded with christian values, these are not for you.
Happened upon the first book in this series and have been enthralled right through the last. Gripping story and layered characters kept me coming back for more. Great read with a deeper message. I recommend this series to all.
Right from the first paragraph it grabs you and you don't want to put it down. The characters are believable and down to earth. The narrative is the best I have heard so far. I can't wait to read the last book.
Loved this series. Narration was excellent. Great combination of thriller & faith with some romance in the mix. First time I knew of this author and will look for more by him.
with the not so great reviews on this 4th book, I was expecting to be disappointed. it didn't have what the first 3 did & went on a little too much w/ Debbie & March, but still a great continuation of the series. More of Tucker Please!
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