Taking the best and worst of human circumstances - the tender moments, the laughter, the tragedies, and the triumphs - Beverly LaHaye and Terri Blackstock weave from them a poignant, warmly human novel. Gently uncovering the inner struggles, stresses, and joys that surface among neighbors living on a quiet cul-de-sac, the authors show us the power of ordinary lives being knit into a strong, many-textured fabric of family and friendships.
©1999 Beverly LaHaye & Terri Blackstock; (P)2008 Zondervan
The narrator is awful it sounds like it has been recorded in a closet I have no idea what the book is about cause I couldn't listen! I have been a member of Audible for years and this never happened before. I tried to listen about 3 times for about 30 minutes each time and I couldn't get into it.
Nothing with narrator again
She was awful her attempt at male and children's voices was horrible. Her reading of the book is completely flat and pauses in the wrong spot. Sorry I tried to like it.
This novel deals with real life everyday issues and how Christians deal with them. You see financial struggles tragedies and triumphs. The friends work and pray together in a way that makes me want to reach out more to my neighbors.
I can't imagine anyone forgetting the scene where the handicapped child accepted Christ.
When they were all discussing best moments.
this was a look into a neighborhood relationships and helping hand a good example of how it used to be and how it should be in the love your neghbor kind a way
I really enjoyed listening to Seasons Under Heaven. It held my interest and engaged my emotions. I thought the reader did an excellent job of bringing out the authors intent and I loved the well rendered and different voices she brought to all the characters. An A+!
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