An actress running from her past finds escape with a man hiding from his future.
When someone wants to be lost, a home tucked among the 10,000 Islands off the Florida coast is a good place to live. A couple of decent boats, and a deep knowledge of fishing and a man can get by without ever having to talk to another soul. It's a nice enough existence, until the one person who ties him to the world of the living, the reason he's still among them even if only on the fringes, asks him for help.
Father Steady Capri knows quite a bit about helping others. But he is afraid Katie Quinn's problems may be beyond his abilities. Katie is a world-famous actress with an all-too-familiar story. Fame seems to have driven her to self-destruct. Steady knows the true cause of her desire to end her life is buried too deeply for him to reach. But there is one person who still may be able to save her from herself.
He will show her an alternate escape, a way to write a new life. But Katie still must confront her past before she can find peace. Ultimately, he will need to leave his secluded home and sacrifice the serenity he's found to help her. From the Florida coast, they will travel to the French countryside where they will discover the unwritten story of both their pasts and their future.
©2013 Charles Martin (P)2013 Hachette Audio
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I was very pleasantly surprised at how quickly I was hooked by this story. I descriptions of where everything was going on and the humor amid all the sadness was great. I would love to read a 'part 2' to this story!
The narrator was good but his voice has a low timber. I would have liked it a little louder. Yes, I turned the volume up but it is a tone issue, not a volume issue
I love really really good suspense...historical fiction... "slice of life"...coming of age books...ok, anything! :)
You are me...meaning the two main characters mirrored one another in several ways beautifully. What an amazing mysterious, original story! Loved it!
His pace and tone was perfect for the style of book that it was. The book was forever unfolding, like a beautiful flower.
Read it...then go back and read it again...:)
This story was only somewhat predictable, but unfolded in the most beautiful way.
Steady was my favorite.
The great exchange. .. ..I believe he referred to puzzle pieces on one occasion and baggage on separate occasion, but the meaning was not missed.
I would like to compare the subtle threads of grace weaved throughout this story to those that each of us are given on a daily basis.
The volume was not consistent and I had to continually adjust my head phones manually.
love to read and love audio books!Favorite authors: Marcia Willett,Nevil Shute,Mary Stewart,and Jacqueline Winspear. I could go on and on but wont bore you! I belong to a book group and we often" Listen" to the books we have selected for the month while using a paper copy for the discussion notes. It really enhances the quality of the story.
I already knew I liked Charles Martin. He is a very good writer. However when I started listening to "Unwritten" I almost lost interest after the first half hour or so.( Too many fishing references). Because I usually love his stories I continued on. I am so glad I did. This book really went over the top. The characters story were very different and you were not sure where the plot was going to go. The narrator was excellent. He really made you feel as if you were there watching in the background . I absolutely loved Sunday/Peter what a man! If you have never read Charles Martin this is where to start!
I cannot compare this book to any other I have read, as this book touched me in a way that no other ever has.
Kevin Stillwell did a fantastic job performing this book and would very much like to hear other books performed by him.
The entire last half of this book, when secrets begin to be revealed and self discovery and healing begins, is so moving and the ending is heart wrenching.
This is the second book written by Charles Martin that I have read. I thoroughly enjoyed the first, Catching Fireflies. Now that I have read and totally loved this newest book, I plan to read everything he has written.
First, I must saw I am a writer and an English teacher--which made the characters and literary references all the more dear to me. This story touched me deeply...transformed me. Bits of it were like bits of my dreams as if the writer had visited my dreams, fleshed them out, and gave me a chance to see them alive and breathing. There are not enough words to say how profound a gift this was for me.
The reader was magnificent. I've never paid much attention to readers before but this guy kept me spell-bound. He was a young curmudgeoned male writer, a young persnickety actress, an old priest, an Australian vineyard expert, and several French characters. Each character transition was seamless and on point. I almost thought he was different readers.
This book is an excellent read, a vacation in itself. Both the author and the reader are ones to look out for...and collect.
It was a relatable story! Meaning that it was easy to put myself in their shoes from how great the narrator read the book and from how well Charles Martin wrote it. Over all a great book.
Brooklyn to Brooklin
Forget refunding me a credit. I want returned 10 hours and 24 minutes. This is one of the worst books I've ever encountered: wish-fulfillment fantasy, improbable and shallow characters. If only, if only, if only, it had been really unwritten.
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