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Publisher's Summary

Emma was five years old and her mother was dead. A drunk driver saw to that. Well-meaning family and friends tell Emma not to worry, as her mother will always be with her. So which one of them is writing the little girl notes?
"Dear Emma" asks the question, "Do people on the other side of the vail concern themselves with us and our lives?"
©2012 Kwen D Griffeth (P)2016 Kwen D Griffeth
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5 out of 5 stars
By Dee on 03-17-18

Loved it! Loved it! Loved it!

I almost didn't complete this listen. It had a slow start and with so many other books to listen to, I put this listen aside several times. Man, am I glad I finally picked it up!

This listen is just over two hours but sooooo worth it.

The story was mesmerizing. I had no idea where it was going but I was just as engrossed in the storytelling as the chaplain became.

I loved how it ended. I mean, I absolutely loved how it ended. Whatever you feel about God, religion, or the afterlife, this listen was a warm fuzzy.

I walked away thinking the same way the chaplain did - I am very glad to have experienced this story.

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4 out of 5 stars
By DK on 02-26-18

Everlasting Love, from Where Does It Come?

As a hospital chaplain, Chaplain Roger is used to dealing with people at the worst times of their lives. So a stop by the maternity ward is usually a happy change. However, on this evening he is facing a dire situation. A mother and her child may both be lost during delivery.

As he strikes up a conversation with the mother's father and he secures his trust, Chaplain Roger hears about an unbelievable, and irrational set of events from Ben (the father of the woman who may die delivering a grandchild he may never meet.) What could be the explanation? Is there an explanation?

The narrator is a good match for DEAR EMMA. Steven A Gannett has a very strong and soothing voice. This book was limited to male characters, for the most part.

*I was given a copy of this book in exchange for my unbiased review. I really enjoyed this heart-wrenching tale and I think that MOST listeners who enjoy faith-based books will like this book.

Please rate my review below, by selecting 'helpful' or not. I invite you to follow me on Audible for my latest reviews. Thank you.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Emily on 02-04-18


I received a free copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.

This was a really emotional book, and that aspect of it pulls you in. I loved the aspect of seeing the family from a different perspective, from an outside angle, and it was really nice how seeing the Emma’s family struggles convinced the Chaplain of what to do regarding the argument with his partner.

The only issue I had with the book was the author of the notes. I know that you’re supposed to take the novel based on faith, but it felt like too much suspension of disbelief to me.

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