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This is not only read very well... the best! It is also such a good read. I read the book, watched the Movie from Netflix, but this was the best. I listen to a lot of books from both Audible, and from I Tunes. I put this book on the very top of the list of books I've read, or listened to. So much history, and such an inspirational work. Like nothing I've ever read. This is a book I will give as a gift to many friend both like minded and non commited Christions / believers in Christ my Lord. No matter your faith, I highly recommed this book to any reader.
Excellent story well read and definately worth buying. I know I will listen to this one again and again.
I really enjoyed this book when I read it a few years ago, so I decided to try it on Audible. I'm glad I did, I couldn't wait to listen every day! Francine Rivers is a gifted story teller and Kate Forbes did a terrific job of drawing me in.
I highly recommend "The Last Sin Eater" to anyone looking for a satisfying "read".
I didn't read the print version.
I loved the interesting turns this story took. The history written in was fabulous.
No I haven't. But would like to!
I think I did both at different times.
Truth and Love should always be found together and when I read I look for that.
As always Francine Rivers is an amazing writer. She weaves the most incredible pictures in your mind with words. The characters are beautifully developed and the story makes you keep reading till you reach the end. Good luck trying to put it down!
Retired CFO, Army wife, Mom of five, Grandma of six, two sons who served in combat, love to read books that reflect my values and faith, love mysteries, historical, military stories, and books that don't waste my time . . . if it doesn't have an ending that was worth the wait, I'm not a happy camper.
The Last Sin Eater is one of the BEST audio books that I have ever listened to. I had never heard of a sin eater before. After listening, I had to research the custom of using sin eaters when a person died, and found that it was common in Europe during the 1800's and that early settlers to the Smoky Mountains probably carried the practice to the Appalachian Mountains for a time. As late as the early 1900's, the practice still existed in Bavaria. How amazing (and crazy) what people do to try to get rid of their sins and make their way into heaven . . . when Jesus Christ has already paid the price in full. Not only is this an incredible lesson in history, it's a wonderful generational story of family and faith. I can't recommend it enough.
Fascinating story of ancient tragic traditions and then a ray of hope enters a village through a stubborn girl.
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