Then, one day, a raging, record-breaking storm hits his small Southern town. Denise Holton, a young single mother, is driving through it when her car skids off the road. With her is her four-year-old son, Kyle. Unconscious and bleeding, she - not Kyle - is found. And when she wakes, the chilling truth becomes clear to both of them: Kyle is gone.
During the search for Kyle, the connection, the lifeline, between Taylor and Denise takes root. Taylor doesn't know that this rescue will lead him to the possibility of his own rescue from a life lived without love. That it will dare him to live life to the fullest by daring to love.
©2000 by Nicholas Sparks; ©2000 Time Warner AudioBooks (Packaging Elements Only), A Division of Time Warner Trade Publishing
This book made you feel what the characters were feeling you felt their joy as well as their pain it was a tear jerker or A very heart felt book I loved it as I love all of his other novels. Mr Sparks knows how to touch everyone's heart as always Thank you for another great novel.
I love audiobooks so hard!
Send Taylor to a therapist immediately.
Probably not. It would be too sappy. And I was mostly annoyed with Taylor.
I have nothing good to say about this book. As soon as it started I was PRAYING that the man reading the acknowledgements was NOT going to being reading the whole book. His voice was beyond annoying. But alas, he was the narrator. I decided to forge ahead anyway. It is boring. Not once was I ever concerned with what would happen. The main character was whiny. The kids dialect aggravating. I made it about halfway through and then asked for a refund.
I cannot listen to this Sparks novel because One Book has over ridden it and will not let me proceed. I would not use such a busted app if you paid me to! Please remove it and let me listen to my downloaded books in peace!
This isn't Nicolas Sparks best, but I haven't listened to one I didn't like from him.
The narrator did a fantastic job with this book, especially with the interpretation of the little boy, which is so important to a book being a success.
I like the story and it was an easy listen and it ended up with a lot of emotion. Of course I was hoping it would end well. Sparks always has a clincher and he did it again.
I liked this book and would recommend it to any Nicholas Sparks fan.
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