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Publisher's Summary

The Landscaper has a secret - an ancient secret that will take you on an extraordinary adventure! You're invited to enter a secret garden - a landscape of unlimited proportions. It's a place where ordinary becomes extraordinary and miracles, large and small happen. You'll enter this garden through an unassuming gate. It's the one that was opened to the Landscaper some years ago. Inside, you'll discover the secret - if you will pay the price!

These 46 true stories will impact you with the force of a parable-stories like "A Shovel and Me," "A Girl Named Dalexia," "The Rich Texan," and "Three Hundred Ice Cream Cones."

©2009 John Gordon (P)2010 christianaudio.com

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Exceptional Bookmark<br />

This book is not only very practical but very authentic about John's personal walk with the Lord Jesus Christ. Highly recommended read

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Wonderful Stories of Real Life

What made the experience of listening to The Landscaper's Secret the most enjoyable?

I loved the relatable stories he told.

What did you like best about this story?

Challenging me in my walk

What about Ray Porter’s performance did you like?

Great tone

What’s an idea from the book that you will remember?

Alone time with God is important

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Good but some questionable opinions

I liked most of his personal stories, but I had issues with a few them. I won't go on a diatribe on what they were, but I disagreed with his account. Overall, this was a good audiobook, the narrator was great as he wasn't monotone and, in fact, he produced timely inflection in his voice. Read/listen to it, but you may be surprised by some of his opinions.