A short story about a kid who accidentally kills his younger brother. He later joins the military in believing that if he saves 100 lives, his sin will be forgiven and give him the rite of passage into Heaven.
©2015 Jonathan W. Hendricks (P)2015 Jonathan W. hendricks
Not to give away a spoiler but the ending was one of the best I've come across in a while when it comes to audiobook stories.
There is not a particular book that comes to mind.
The narrator Steve Chase, did a excellent job in narrating the story, making important moments like the accidental death with using the gun, very real. I could feel as if I was there every minute of the story.
Yes, it kept my attention from the beginning to the end.
The author's word section was quite touching and was a great start to such a wonderful short audiobook.
I really liked this short, meaningful story. The author states that it was originally written as a screen play and after listening to it I'd love to see it as a film. As the story unfolded I found myself pulled into the story. Well written with deep meaning and interesting characters (that I'd like to know more about!) this is a story about life choices, making up for the past and what happens after death. I couldn't get this out of my head and found myself dwelling on it hours after I finished it. It has a great ending that is quite thought provoking. It's just under an hour long which is the perfect length for a gym session or commute. I'm new to audiobooks but after this book I will definitely get more!
Yes I would, it's a nice short story. I felt like the little about the author bio was touching and real. I cried. The audio book is nice and short so you could listen to it on your way to and from work.
The German shepherd. I have a German Shepherd and I enjoyed that little added part to the book.
No I haven't.
His work is done, he has saved 100 souls and can now move on.
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