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Publisher's Summary

You can't get to heaven on the subway....
Brian clings to life with his own style and attitude. The world keeps turning as he begins his recovery and the people who love him cope with the real possibility that he may not make it back. Along the way he meets some old and new friends who guide him.
In the streets it's business as usual for the rest of the crew.
©2014 Thomas Hobbs (P)2014 Thomas Hobbs
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By anne on 01-19-16


Where does Where Angels Tread rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?


Who was your favorite character and why?


Which character – as performed by Jack de Golia – was your favorite?


Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

It was and I almost did..super engaging story even with not reading the other books before this one!

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** I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review **

I totally loved this, and now have to start at the beginning...Brian is an EMT...and gets shot and lingers in limbo while he recovers...he gets to meet people he has helped that have passed and ultimately gets a better perspective on life! Short story, but super duper great!


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By Jan on 03-02-17

This is life

medical, fiction, series

This episode begins with Brian disoriented and in a strange place. He was shot twice and crashed twice, but it takes him a while to remember that. Meanwhile, he meets people he once interacted with but are known to be dead. The publisher's blurb gives you an idea of what happens, but can't tell you about the humorous parts sandwiched in among the serious. Not sure how civilians view the language or the kinds of things that happen to paramedical personnel, but those of us who are in the business feel right at home.
Jack de Golia is great at portraying each of the characters and their reactions.

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2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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