A poignant and witty story of hope and perception, expectation and illusion, One in a Million beautifully shows us that sometimes what we think we have and what we think we want aren't real at all.
©2008 Kimberla Lawson Roby; (P)2008 BBC Audiobooks America
I rarely regret reading, or listening to a book. This is one of the few times. Main character is whinny and wimpy. Plot, dialogue and character development is simplistic. Even the narration was off, often overenthusiastic or too slow and drawn out.
Better Dialogue, a more believable timeline and a less idiotic wife
The entire way that the story unfolded was not believable and the conversations...would never happen
Patrice. Although I couldn't stand any of them
It was a good story line in theory, it just wasn't executed well
I understand that she likes to write for the church congregation but these saintly conversations she's making take place have been truly far fetched.
I, have already told friends and family about this book.
When you see the light and the true is revealed.
Fort Worth, texas native and I love to READ!!!!
This was an OK read, I believe I was expecting more but i managed to make it through and was content with the ending.
Not Roby's usual work! The story line has been done so often that as soon as she mention the surprise there was really no reason to finish the story. I won't stop reading Roby's stories, but I waste a credit on them again
No, but I will borrow the books from a friend and read it, I won't waste a credit
She did the best she could with such a shallow story
Disappointment. Why mention Rev Black it he was not part of the story
Nothing, I could change the product now it out there.
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