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Publisher's Summary

This audiobook is meant as a companion reading of the author's book by the same title, to further aid listeners in studying the Scriptures and find peace. Author narrated.

What does it mean to be fearless? And how do I get there? Where is the way out from hopelessness and despair? Once crippled by fear, Suzanne Williams shares her personal walk out of the darkness of fear into the health, peace, and freedom promised in God's Word.

©2011 Becky Combee Ministries, Inc. (P)2011 Becky Combee Ministries, Inc.

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Not what I was expecting.

Is there anything you would change about this book?

The story is great. Just not my thing, I am open minded and listened. However, The narration needs to show more passion. Great testimony and story of overcoming fear. If your goal is to target one particular audience this is great. However, if you want to share your faith and perhaps touch other people than those how are already within your faith I would suggest trying to organize your writing better to limit the number of scriptures used within the book and focus more on the story.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Fearless?

"Your weakest point often becomes your strongest" this was good. I will probably quote this in my paper.

What didn’t you like about Suzanne D. Williams’s performance?

I am sure she is great but the narration seemed forced. Show excitement. If you going to speak of something you are passionate about let that show in your voice. Make me want to listen, keep the listener engaged.

Any additional comments?

I was looking for a book to help shape my paper for a class. This isn't quite what I expected I did take a few things from listening.