Hinds' Feet on High Places

  • by Hannah Hurnard
  • Narrated by Flo Schmidt
  • 3 hrs and 4 mins
  • Abridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Much-Afraid begins her journey, crippled and disfigured, with the cry, "Oh, if only I could escape from this Valley of Humiliation altogether and go to the High Places." She leaves her Fearing relatives behind, and presses on to the Realm of Love. As the Chief Shepard explains, no Fears can live in this realm, because "perfect love casts out fears and everything that torments".Written on a similar scale to the great classic Pilgrim's Progress, you'll travel along with Much-Afraid and her companions, Sorrow and Suffering, as they make the ascent to the High Places where the King of Love reigns supreme. And, you'll discover that as the journey transforms Much-Afraid into Grace and Glory, your heart will be changed as well.


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Customer Reviews

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Great Book, Flawed Performance

Hannah Hurnard's book has long held a special place in my heart. It's a sensitive parable of the life of faith, full of the Shepherd's love. Unfortunately, Flo Schmidt's narration trivializes the book. The reading is badly overacted, giving the parable the quality of a melodrama. The reader seems to believe that we won't figure out what to feel about the story unless the emotions are hammered into us.

My recommendation: stick with the print version of the book.
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- Bigmommabird

Always good

Marvelous book! I was first recommended this book in print by a nun when I was 15 and I found it then and still find it to be an allegory of the very best sort. It's a wonderful adventure story for those too young to appreciate the allegory and I find new meanings each time I re-visit it as an adult.
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- Mary Kay Woolsey

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-11-2005
  • Publisher: Oasis Audio