Choices, choices and more choices! Each day we face them. Some seem simple, others life impacting; but each important at the time. In this fictional short story we are introduced to Raoul, a young boy who was thrust into the decision-making process at an early age. Listen on!
Would you listen to Choices again? Why?
I could listen to Choices all day. It is short and sweet; no profanity, no curse words, no violence, appropriate for kids on a PG13 movie rating level, for teens and for adults.
What other book might you compare Choices to and why?
Choices is in a class by itself, the story is both heart warming and heart melting.
What about Eila Ulyett’s performance did you like?
The clarity of her words, her accent.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Any additional comments?
I would highly recommend this book. Enjoy!