A sweet-yet-sincere portrayal of one man’s search for answers to a puzzling riddle. J. D. and his wife, Karlie, have enjoyed a long, good life in the small town of Hanson, North Carolina. But problems with the family business, conflict with their college-age daughter, and ripples in their otherwise happy marriage have threatened the idyll.
Then things get even more challenging when J. D. meets a needy family just across a one lane bridge – only to discover things aren’t at all what they seem. Is J. D. losing his mind? Or is he just where God wants him to be?
The book constantly caught my attention. Listened to entire book in one setting.
Unexpected twist in the ending.
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Would you consider the audio edition of One Lane Bridge to be better than the print version?
I love audio books where the author actually tells the story kinda like how Joel Osteen always reads his books.
What other book might you compare One Lane Bridge to and why?
This book kind of reminding me of The Shack but different. I have listened/read alot of Robert Whitlow's books and I enjoy them also. One Lane Bridge was so much better than what I was expecting. It was great and came together beautifully at the end. I am going to download his other book as soon as I am done with this review.
Which character – as performed by Don Reid – was your favorite?
All of the characters in the book were portrayed so well that I felt like I knew them personally...
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
I was bummed when I would get to work and had to wait till it was time to go home or my lunch break to hear more. Couldn't wait to hear what was next.
Any additional comments?
I was about halfway thru the book and started telling my husband about what had happened so far. He listened to the rest with me on a way home from a trip and he loved it too!