From one of America’s most beloved storytellers comes the inspiring third installment of the best-selling series, The Walk, the ongoing story of one man’s unrelenting search for hope.
Reeling from the sudden loss of his wife, his home, and his business, Alan Christoffersen, a once successful advertising executive, has left everything he knew behind and set off on an extraordinary cross-country journey. Carrying only a backpack, he plans to walk to Key West, the farthest destination on his map.
Now nearly halfway through his trek, The Road to Grace takes him from South Dakota to Memphis, Tennessee. Alan covers more than 800 miles on foot, but it’s the people he meets along the way who give the journey its true meaning.
Full of wisdom and hard-won truth, this is a moving standalone story as well as the continuation of the unforgettable series about hope, healing, and the meaning of life.
©2012 Richard Paul Evans (P)2012 Simon & Schuster
By the time he got done reading about all the Wall Drug signs I was gritting my teeth. Who doesn't know about Wall Drug? Otherwise it was a pretty good book but not as good as the last one in this series.
I highly recommend reading the series. Books can be read in order or independently. I don't like being forced to write 15 words!
Great book! I hated for it to end. I enjoy the experiences he has with people along the way. What wonderful relationships he develops with them. So meaningful. On to the next book!
This book surpassed my expectations. It taught me a lot about God's love, forgiveness and how to extend grace. I would recommend this book.
I have always loved to read, and now I really enjoy listening to my books as well!!
After the first two books in this 5-book series, I just had to keep listening. I became so involved with the character's story, I just did not want to leave it and go on to read anything else.
I'm keeping this short and sweet because I want to post a review for all five books. They are all wonderful, and will pull you into a fictional journey that is hard to put down. I speak from experience, and recommend to all!
Good mesage, not a feverous story.
Hepling the mother and her son.
Problems people face.
RP Evans is able to really awaken our hearts as he lays out these stories of hurt and healing. Emphasis on the healing. We have all lost someone in our lives, that is why this series has an ability to get into your soul, but Richard has a very gifted ability to help exercise your heart to love those whom you have around you and to appreciate every day we have on earth. Thanks Richard for another workout for my heart, and I can truly say I am a better man by reading your novel! God SPEED my brother from another mother!
Yes, as with every book you always read or hear something you missed the first go around.
Alan's will power and the power of trust from so many of the people he encountered.
The older gentleman who survived the Nazi concentration camp and teaches Alan the art of forgiveness.
It would be Alan, because I love how he is evolving through the series.
When is the next book due to come out???
I've listened to several Richard Paul Evans books and prefer it when he doesn't
narrate them himself.
Wonderful story in a series I am thoroughly enjoying. I look forward to reading the next book but if it is narrated by Richard Paul Evans I will be reading it, not listening. I imagine it's difficult to hand your handwritten story over to a stranger to narrate but these people are professionals and this is what they do. In my opinion, he should do what he does best and keep writing these wonderful stories but leave the narrating to professional actors. I also had difficulty with the sound on this book bc sometimes his voice was so quiet I needed to turn the volume up and then he would be booming so loudly I would quickly turn it way down. This was the case through headphones and through the speakers in my car. There wasn't any consistency in the volume control whatsoever. But overall I would recommend the book to a friend, but probably not the audiobook.
I live on an island off the coast of Maine. Since I installed a "doggie door" I am now retired from "Letting The Dogs In and Out"!
You never know where it will take you and you never want it to end.
He makes it come alive. Perfect balance.
I am eager for the next sequel. I would encourage readers to start with the first book.
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