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.
This book was excellent. The story line kept me looking forward to my daily listen as I drove to work. The characters seem to come to life as the narrator told the tale. Excellent listen.
ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS I'VE LISTENED TO THIS YEAR. SUPERB
CAN'T SAY THERE IS ONE
HE IS BY FAR THE THE BEST, HE HAS AN AMAZING, INTRIGUING VOICE THAT DRAWS YOU IN EVERYTIME. WONDERFUL PERFORMANCE AS ALWAYS.
I REALLY LIKE TO RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PRODIGY AND NINA AND HOW QUICKLY THAT GREW.
WOULD RECOMMEND TO ANYONE GREAT BOOK AND READ/LISTEN.
Yes, I would.
I kind of expected it. It gave the book closure, but it was a little sad.
Yes, I would
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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