The Reunion

  • by Dan Walsh
  • Narrated by Dick Hill
  • 8 hrs and 42 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Aaron Miller knows a thing or two about loss. He’s lost love. Dignity. Second, and even third, chances. Once honored for his heroism, he now lives in near obscurity, working as a handyman in a humble trailer park. But God is a master at finding and redeeming the lost things of life. Unbeknownst to Aaron, someone is searching for him. With deep insight into the human heart, consummate storyteller Dan Walsh gently weaves a tale of a life spent in the shadows but meant for the light. Through tense scenes of war and tender moments of romance, The Reunion will make you believe that everyone can get a second chance at life and love.


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Worth TEN Stars . . . The BEST Military Story Ever

Where do I start? Dan Walsh is an excellent writer . . . The Vietnam war era was a blight on our country and the way the veterans who served so courageous in that unpopular conflict were treated upon their return home, well, to me it is one of the most shameful times in the history of our nation. This author, who has never served in the military, has somehow been able to capture the pure essence of what it is to serve, to give up one's dignity, one's honor, everything one has, including life itself for another human being. Having two son's who have served in Iraq, and one of them headed soon to Afghanistan, this book touched me in the deepest parts of my being . . . I started listening and couldn't stop. My husband and I grew up in the era of the draft and my husband joined the army at the end of the Vietnam war, when every young man was terrified of being drafted. Something that our young people have no concept of today. WWI and WWII had it's heroes. Vietnam was a disgrace supposedly, so those young men who came home disfigured and disillusioned, didn't come home as heroes. The humility, faith and care that Aaron's story is told will stay with me a long, long time.
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- Debbie

Laughed and Cried...Cried and Laughed

Would you listen to The Reunion again? Why?

Oh my yes, I just finished it-and want to just listen to it again. It was just that good!

What did you like best about this story?

Aaron's surprise(s) at the reunion.

Which scene was your favorite?

When his family came up hugged him and poured out love and affection to him-and his emotional overload of sobbing.

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

When the crippled Vietnam Veteran hurled the painful truth to him having even more reason to hate God and his reply in turning the tables to show that he did in fact have reason to believe in God in his own life.

Any additional comments?

I don't know when I've enjoyed a story more than this one-it truly is now my 2nd favorite book! Holy Bible being my #1.

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- Ruth

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-01-2012
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio