With each new discovery come new questions: What is the connection between these objects? Is there another piece? And, if so, how might this final piece complete the object and its message? Could it, indeed, change the very world with its power and wisdom? A dramatic epilogue reveals not only the origin and fulfillment of this amazing artifact, but also the guiding principles behind this story that can be applied directly to readers' lives.
©2004 Andy Andrews; (P)2004 Oasis Audio LLC
Great book... It is one of those books that you do not want to stop when you get to your destination (when listening in a car). It definately demonstrates how each of us are a person of influence... good or bad!
Are you searching for purpose in your life? Andrews gives us a simple, yet important message in "The Lost Choice." So often we wonder why God put us here on this planet, but we do not need to search anymore. Take the time to enjoy how the simplest acts we take can impact the world.
The times this story picked up for me was when the historical characters who were known to possess the four "rocks" (or "choices") were talked about. The author was ingenius in the way he crafted the story around these figures. In fact, his work intrigued me so much that I went to learn more about some of these people of history on the Web.
The parts that didn't do well for me were the times spent on too much trivial filler between the interesting moments. The narrator's voice took some getting used to--kind of a country twang here and there. And his skill at different voices seemed a bit stretched, but for the most part it worked.
Andy's narration of the book keeps you so focused on it, his multitude of voices used for each person makes it easy to listen to and always hard to turn off!
The old women, can't remember her name...
Too many to state.
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