Emma was five years old and her mother was dead. A drunk driver saw to that. Well-meaning family and friends tell Emma not to worry, as her mother will always be with her. So which one of them is writing the little girl notes?
"Dear Emma" asks the question, "Do people on the other side of the vail concern themselves with us and our lives?"
Where does "Dear Emma" rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
Close to the top.
Any additional comments?
This being a new author for me, I wasn't sure if I would like the writing or not. Dear Emma brought tears to my eyes more than once. I would recommend anyone to listen to this book. As I listen to audio books I like an author to bring me right into the life of the characters and this one did just that. I couldn't wait to see who was writing the notes. Where did they come from. Would I select another book written by this author, yes. Would I listen to other books narrated by Mr. Gannett, yes.
The storyline was most absorbing. The narrator had a wonderful ability to make you really believe all would be ok.
Heartwarming story of love and faith. Highly recommend.
Steve A. Gannett is perfect as the narrator of this lovely story. His reading is heartfelt and his voice as the Chaplain is warm and soothing.
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