A sweet-yet-sincere portrayal of one man’s search for answers to a puzzling riddle. J. D. and his wife, Karlie, have enjoyed a long, good life in the small town of Hanson, North Carolina. But problems with the family business, conflict with their college-age daughter, and ripples in their otherwise happy marriage have threatened the idyll.
Then things get even more challenging when J. D. meets a needy family just across a one lane bridge – only to discover things aren’t at all what they seem. Is J. D. losing his mind? Or is he just where God wants him to be?
©2010 Don Reid (P)2010 Oasis Audio
The book constantly caught my attention. Listened to entire book in one setting.
Unexpected twist in the ending.
I love audio books where the author actually tells the story kinda like how Joel Osteen always reads his books.
This book kind of reminding me of The Shack but different. I have listened/read alot of Robert Whitlow's books and I enjoy them also. One Lane Bridge was so much better than what I was expecting. It was great and came together beautifully at the end. I am going to download his other book as soon as I am done with this review.
All of the characters in the book were portrayed so well that I felt like I knew them personally...
I was bummed when I would get to work and had to wait till it was time to go home or my lunch break to hear more. Couldn't wait to hear what was next.
I was about halfway thru the book and started telling my husband about what had happened so far. He listened to the rest with me on a way home from a trip and he loved it too!
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