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Loved this story depicting the unbeleivable power that is provided through forgiveness and identity!!! A great picture of the upside down kingdom!!
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Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Yes, I would highly recommend it. The collage of colliding personalities is intriguing.
What did you like best about this story?
My first impression was that of looney-tune characters who had stepped out of the realm of reality and into a cult. I kept waiting on one of them to come apart at the seams and chop someone's head off, so it made my nerves feel like a stretched band of elastic that would snap at any time.
What about Randi Larson’s performance did you like?
Randi blended from character to character without missing a step. Voice inflections were constant and perfect. The almost monotone voice of the mother was unnerving and added to the tension. Well done!
If you could rename Water Walker, what would you call it?
I'd call it -- A Step of Faith -- and would keep the scenario of the boat on water and stepping out of it, etc. I didn't particularly like the title. To be honest, I only bought the book because I heard a Walmart employee say she was reading it and it was such high tension that she didn't want to read it late at night.
Any additional comments?
As a writing tutor, I enjoyed studying the protagonist's inner conflict. At times, it stretched believability, but people who fall into cults do show that type of behavior, which is what saved the day.
After the father takes the girl home, he pretty much drops out of the picture. If he had been more involved, I think it would have added more balance to the story.
The reader never knows why or how Zeke came to hold such a high position of power. A little more background in that area would have helped the setting. Also, I kept wondering HOW he found the girl. The unanswered questions gave me an incomplete feeling.
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