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The Beginning Free read ñ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ã A Simon Schuster audiobook Simon Schuster has a great book for every listenerEat book for every listen. First Karen Kingsbury book finished and I see why so many people love her work Excited to read by her

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A Simon Schuster audioboo. Kingsbury can do no wrong if you let me tell it This book of sorrow healing and hope was good in a settling kind of way My favorite part of the book was thisLove is the only thing that we cam carry with us when we go and it makes the end so easy

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The BeginningK Simon Schuster has a gr. I absolutely love the premise behind this story A bookstore named The Bridge with owners that care about the people that walk through the front door than the sales that walk out A place where community members can find a safe haven open up get personalized book recommendations as well as friendship and hopefully eventually find their way out of whatever darkness they were in to the hope and happiness on the other side of the bridgeI was tempted to pick up The Bridge and then happily saw that there was a preuel called The Beginningso I figured I'd best start there The Beginning is a short storynovella that tells the powerful stories of heartbreak and hope of the owners of the bookshop Donna Charlie and the first customer Edna that they help The stories were heartbreaking in their details and uplifting in the way that they were able to move beyond the pain and re build themselves and their lives yet I didn't find that there was any real emotional impact I felt awful for the characters but didn't manage to find a way to connect with them or really feel their pain That may be a product of the length of the short story but I fear it may have to do with Kingsbury's writing styleThe narrator did a lovely job of conveying Kingsbury's words but I don't feel that the content enabled her to shine in any particular wayperhapshopefully as the story deepens in The Bridge so will the emotional content thus allowing LaVoy opportunity to test her acting chops I don't know however that I'll be continuing with the series to find outOn a side note I did not realize going into this that it was Christian Fiction I don't read a lot of Christian Fiction as I sometimes feel that the religious elements overshadow the plot Just my personal opinion as a spiritual but non religious individual That said there were many moments within this story where I felt that the dialogue and actions of the characeters seemed too effusive or simply too good to be true It sort of jarred me and through me off the story I am sure that the interactions are realistic for a small percentage of the population and it probably would be a wonderful world if they were true of a larger percentage but since there were so far out of the realm of what seems realistic to me I had a little bit of trouble getting past them and back into the story