When an advice columnist is given a note written just before a fatal airliner crash, her search for the intended recipient carries her on a journey of faith, hope, and forgiveness.
Angela Hunt's award-winning novels are compelling combinations of tightly woven suspense and touching drama. In The Note, a stray scrap of paper jolts a woman from her carefully ordered life.
©2001 Angela Elwell Hunt; (P)2006 Recorded Books LLC
I didn't expect to really enjoy this book---I had ordered it in error! However, once I started listening, I could not stop until the end. I normally like books where there is are characters I can 'like' and 'root for' immediately and that was not the case here. But that turned out to be one of the best parts of this novel....seeing the growth and discovering the reasons behind the personalities. The twist at the end brought not only surprise, but a book I won't forget.
This book seemed to drag in places. I like this author and have read most of her stuff. It has a good story line.
I kept hoping that this story would reach a striking surprise kind of pinnacle which for me, it never did. It was a nice sort of story, but one that didn't leave me breathless, for sure. It was somewhat worth listening to the end, but it's something that I would not look forward to listening to again.
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