Brek Cuttler has it all: a husband she loves, a daughter she adores, a successful law practice. And then one day everything she has ever known disappears. Brek finds herself standing on a deserted train platform, covered in blood. As she tries to comprehend what is happening to her, a man from her past approaches and explains that she has been chosen to join the elite team of lawyers charged with prosecuting and defending souls at the Final Judgment.
As Brek struggles to find her way back to her husband and daughter, she will discover that her first client holds the shocking secret of her fate. That seemingly disparate events during her life have conspired to bring her to a single moment in time that will determine her eternity. And that every act of kindness and cruelty sets in motion things beyond our wildest imaginations.
©2012 James Kimmel, Jr. (P)2012 Penguin Audio
The imagination required to comeup with the story.
Change the end
Very dissapointing ending. A story with lots of possibilties for the ending especially having Jesus become the advocate and accept all quilt. Lots of confusing theology. Left feeling empty
I will listen to this book again and probably again. The twists and turns of an neverending plot captured me and kept me intrigued throughout the entire book. Therese Plummer, once again, performs at her best.
Cutter's grandmother. She is true to nature the image of every grandmother. Continually nurturing and talking most gently in words of love.
Best scene - ALL were heart wrenching
Yes - I did listen to this book without interruption; well except to shower.
This book had so many characters and situations; so much drama and suspense. Therese Plummer did an outstanding narration and brought all the characters to life in true colors; male, female, child and those of age, so many different accents and foreign languages. Ms. Plummer is top notch in her field.
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