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Publisher's Summary

Follow a tale of spiritual awakening in the midst of the dark political climate in the United States of America, which extends the belief that God is more powerful than any man and that our country can be restored to the strong Christian nation it once was.
David Adams, an independent political candidate, who happens to be a fiercely devoted Christian, is positioned to be Florida's next governor when a serendipitous meeting drastically changes his course.
Throw into the mix a beautiful political chief, a team of bumbling power hungry crooks, and a plethora of unexplainable events that can only be attributed to the power of God and there you have In God We Trust - a roller-coaster ride of unexpected thrills, intrigue, danger, and romance.
©2012 Lenora S. Gauthier (P)2012 Lenora S. Gauthier
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3 out of 5 stars
By Susan P on 11-08-12

A mediocre book at best

Would you try another book from Lenora Gauthier and/or Lenora S. Gauthier?


If you’ve listened to books by Lenora Gauthier before, how does this one compare?

This was my first.

What did you like about the performance? What did you dislike?

I usually like it when the author narrates because they know where they want emphasis placed in conversations and situations. Ms. Gauthier did an OK job of narrating. She did not change her voice for different characters. And, the quality of the narrating was extremely poor. When she would raise her voice, as if a character was shouting, it sounded like she was either in a phone booth or a warehouse.

Do you think In God We Trust needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

No, she needed to finish this book. It ended too abruptly. The story was a bit far-fetched to begin with. There were loose ends that could have been tied up in this book. I would not listen to a sequel.

Any additional comments?

Get more experience and provide an ending. I don't like wondering what happened.

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