This is a-one-of-a-kind-work of art, featuring more than 50 years of original music - from jazz to classical - 49 great musicians from the past and the present. This audiobook triggers the intellect, rejuvenates the imagination, and invigorates the spirit. The words and music are of one mind - words, music, and narration by Cullen Knight.
Marvelous (Marv) the master of illusion, has transformed the "Chris Cross Club" into an urban utopia. Philadelphia nightclub owner, jazz singer/songwriter and acclaimed artist and sculptor Christine Cross is larger-than-Life. Chris adamantly refuses to accept the loss of her husband - missing in action and presumed dead. Joey's plane disappeared over North Vietnam in 1973. Christine fights to keep her love alive and to maintain her sanity. Denial and persistence take charge! Stability, actuality, and universal laws go out the window. Chris ends-up, here in reality and there in an alternate reality simultaneously - squarely in both worlds. Will love die or live?
Once is not enough - you will revisit love!
The story and the music doesn't let you go. It's amazing how Cullen Knight makes time fly! I've listened to the book at the lease five times.
Ed from Philly
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
The words and music are together; they seem to say the same thing. I've never heard anything like this. Great!
What other book might you compare Once You Fall in Love to and why?
None. This is my first Jazz Audio Book.
Have you listened to any of Cullen Knight’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
no, looking forward to more.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Like none other!
Any additional comments?
I can't imagine how he put it all together. I am a musician, my wife is not, we both enjoyed it.