In The Hearts of Men, a reformed player, a workaholic trying to overcome his past, and a faithful husband diagnosed with lung cancer all struggle to be the men they hope to be. But life and human frailty have a way of throwing stumbling blocks before the best of intentions.
©2000 Travis Hunter; (P)2008 Recorded Books, LLC
"Insightful, sensitive and impressively real..." (Essence)
This is a feel good, get your mind to thinking, laughing, crying , and all of the emotions in between book. I loved the naration. I am from Philadelphia, and many of the scenarios in this novel hit very near close to home. I was very overcome with emotion on during this novel. Mr. Hunter, You knocked this one out of the ball park... Thank you!!! I really needed this. I think women everywhere will love this novel.
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I kind of expected it. It gave the book closure, but it was a little sad.
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I was disappointed the first few minutes of listening to the book, but quickly changed my mind. It isn't an action-packed page turner, but enough is going on to keep you interested. A few of the conversations in the book made me think. That is what I appreciated about this story. This book was very well-written and had a purpose.
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