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Publisher's Summary

High-powered executive Steven Kerner has no idea his tightly wound American dream is about to come crashing down. His high-profile, high-octane life has always provided everything he's wanted. Or so he thought. When his unresolved anger threatens his marriage, and his attempts to fix it only drive the one he loves farther away, he is pushed to the brink. An invitation from mystery man Andy Monroe may be the greatest hope Steven's ever been handed.
©2009 Bill Thrall (P)2009 Oasis

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The most amazing book I have ever listened too!

This book is a must "read" for everyone. Man, woman, married or single there's something here for everyone. The insight the authors show is uncanny. My marriage, and personal and business relationships will benefit from the time I spent with this book.

The narrator is amazingly talented. He does an amazing job giving the characters lifelike personalities.

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A must read for every man

Great narrator who keeps your interest. The story hits home with many twists and turns as Stephen begins to discover his true identity as a man, husband and father.

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worth a listen!

although it seemed to start slowly it set up a stage for everything to come together. Was easy to relate to one's own life and struggle and the importance of being able to look inside oneself and open up and Trust

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Very Relatable Story

A good read which included relatable characters with a subtle hint of religious perspective that gets stronger later in the story but never overwhelmingly.

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The Best Book I ever read about God's Love.

This book has changed my life. I have never read a book that capture the redemptive power of God's as this one has. Glory To God for all involve in the publishing of it.

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Great auditory experience

Where does Bo's Cafe rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Bo's Cafe is top of the list of my favorite audio books.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Bo's Cafe?

The narrator does a good job of blending in emotions and varied voice impressions to give the listener an unforgettable experience. It felt like sitting in a movie theatre and watching the story play out on the big screen

Have you listened to any of Roger Mueller’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

This is the first of Roger's performances for me but I will definitely find others

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

True belonging - scary but rewarding!

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What's the point?

When I read it book I expect it to entertain, relax or help me learn. Bo’s café accomplished none of these. It’s about a guy named Stephen that has issues, more issues than the book or Andy (the Mr.Miagi/Obi Wan) even acknowledges or addresses. I found reading this book to be very stressful,listening to a married couple argue about their marriage is something I can neither relate to or care to spend time digesting. I expected this book to be a Christian title but never heard any verses that normally a human would grab ahold of for comfort or shelter. Instead we were feed quips that were intended to be insightful or wise but come across as silly and flaccid. This book is a great example of what semi-pelagianism looks like in Christian literature today.

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Enlightening!

Finished in two days! It's was easy to apply alot of the book to my own situations. My haha moment was the talk about trusting people! Thank you!

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Great Story & Great Message!

Careful this book could change you whole way of thinking. These 3 guys know how to weave a strong message of Grace within a great story.

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  • T. Carson
  • Topeka, KS United States
  • 08-10-17

GREAT STORY

I really enjoyed the book and its message really hit the spot. I enjoyed it a lot