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Publisher's Summary

Following the number-four New York Times best seller The Road to Grace, Richard Paul Evans’ hero Alan Christoffersen faces a life-changing crisis on his journey to grace.
After the death of his beloved wife, after the loss of his advertising business to his once-trusted partner, after bankruptcy forced him from his home, Alan Christoffersen is a broken man. Leaving everything he knows, he sets out on an extraordinary cross-country journey; with only the pack on his back, he is walking from Seattle to Key West - the end of the map.
Along the way, Alan begins to heal, meeting people who teach him lessons about love, sacrifice, and forgiveness. But in St. Louis, Alan faces another life-changing crisis, and now the journey is in jeopardy.
©2013 Richard Paul Evans (P)2013 Simon & Schuster Audio
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5 out of 5 stars
By Tuesday Lobert on 06-01-18

Still captivating

I love this series, each one is as captivating as the other and as anxious as I am to read/listen to see how it ends, I will have mixed feelings about it. I will be happy to hear he finally makes it to Key West and sad that his journey ends.
The author as always brings the story to life and his way with words helps me picture the scenery in my mind; of course having seen or been to some of the places helps.
Thank you Richard Paul Evans for another fascinating story.

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2 out of 5 stars
By PDN coach on 12-01-17

filler is the otherwise good series

This entry in the Richard Paul Evans' "Walk" series does little more than get us from book two to book four, with a couple of stories of people who provide bizarre punctuation to an otherwise mundane stroll from St. Louis, Mo to the Florida border. The two stories of people Alan meets along the way seem to be little more than bigoted caricatures of an imagined alt-conservative, religious and backwards if not bizarre American South.

I am otherwise thoroughly enjoying the Series, minus this needless blip, and appreciate Evans' street-level philosophy in his books. I gave the first two books 5 Stars!

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