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A mysterious phone call compels Luke Millward to look for his estranged father in post-Katrina New Orleans. This riveting story of hope and healing, of finding love and, above all, faith is for every family who's had its share of tough times; for anyone who regrets things never said; for everyone who needs to know that life has a second verse.

©2008 Jason F. Wright (P)2008 Shadow Mountain

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"Recovering Charles is a riveting story of hope, healing, and above all, faith. I was profoundly touched by seeing my own struggles reflected in its pages and inspired by its message that life can always have a second verse." (Glenn Beck)

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  • sharon
  • san diego, california, United States
  • 04-15-15

Did NOT Like It...

I have read other books by this author and liked them. I had never listened to one until now. The author narrated the book and he was awful. If I had never "listened" to a book before I would not want to again after this one, and I have hundreds of books in "my library" at audible. Maybe I did not listen long enough but the story which was supposed to be about "recovering Charles" seemed to dwell too long on playing musical instruments in Junior High . At Any rate the poor narration put an end to me "Recovering Charles" because I did not want to waste any more time on it .