The Rowan Tree

  • by Robert W. Fuller
  • Narrated by Robert W. Fuller
  • 15 hrs and 7 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

As Arthurian myth sowed the seeds of democracy, The Rowan Tree foretells a world of founded upon dignity. Anchored by a pair of interlocking love stories, this unflinching novel of ideas brims with passionate quests, revelatory failures, and inextinguishable hope.
The Rowan Tree is an inspirational tour de force that reaches from the rebellious American '60s into humanity's global future. Soul-searching treks around the world intersect with campus revolution, basketball, math, ballet, and a destined rise to the White House. Love runs ahead of politics and lights the way for nations to follow.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Read this book, don't listen!

I couldn't not finish this one, but I truly wish that I had read, rather than listened to it. I have read reviews where people have suggested that authors should never read their books for the audio version. This is definitely one of them. I had to speed up the narration just to be able to continue to listen to his voice!
The story was certainly interesting, as were the characters. Although the book was long, the characters were never completely fleshed out and neither were their stories. I was intrigued with the concept of dignity and governance, and wondered where the author was taking this. Yet again this was another concept that was never fully fleshed out, and which was left hanging.
I am left with ideas & concepts which I will continue to mull over & see where they take me personally. Was this the author's intent?
I could not give it a better rating, and I cannot recommend it to anyone else to listen to.
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- Wrightfive

Not my favorite

I thought this story was a bit far fetched. Everyone was so successful and the brother sister story line was strange. Just found it hard to believe Adam and his friend would make it to the White House. I also didn't like that the story just skipped to the future in the prologue. Author should not have read the book. He had a monotone voice that got to be irritating.
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- Debby L. Bunn "book lover"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-09-2013
  • Publisher: Robert W. Fuller