One in a Million: A True Story of Friendship

  • by Sue Julsen
  • Narrated by Elaine Baden
  • 0 hrs and 40 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

One in a Million is a short story about an amazing man, who changed the direction my life was heading and brought me back from a never-ending abyss. After I'd attempted suicide I met David, another patient in the psych ward, who was suffering from deep depression. He'd been admitted on a suicide prevention watch. However, holding a heartbreaking secret, David had a good reason to be depressed.
Becoming instant friends, David shared his secret with me. Leaving the hospital, he began to show me life through his eyes. With his demons controlled, this young man loved life and saw beauty in everything around him. David only wanted to be there for his friends and to help others.
But no one could help David. No one could change what was to come for my dear friend.
One in a Million is a true story of friendship and love between two friends who help each other deal with spirals of emotions, good and bad.


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The True Story of Friendship

What did you love best about One in a Million: A True Story of Friendship?

I loved the author describes Davids love for life and natures beauty. Highly Recommend!!!

What other book might you compare One in a Million: A True Story of Friendship to and why?

I have not read anything that comes close to this emotional story.

Which scene was your favorite?

My favorite scene is where Sarah and David finds a dead plant tossed aside and how he brings it back to life, which astounds Sarah. The author has done a fantastic job of describing the true meaning of friendship!!!!

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

True story of friendship.

Any additional comments?

One in a Million is a true story of friendship and the narrator does a splendid job of describing the characters, as she expresses emotion, and describes the story with the right amount of inflection in her voice.
The narrator has done a fantastic job bringing the story to life. I highly recommend this audio book about an awesome friendship. !!!!!

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- barb

One In a Million: A True Story: Bitter Memories,

Would you listen to One in a Million: A True Story of Friendship again? Why?

No I think maybe because I had already read this short story, so it was boring.

What three words best describe Elaine Baden’s voice?

soft, clear, boring

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

the end

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- Lynn A. Mathewson

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-02-2015
  • Publisher: Sue Julsen Books