Where Angels Tread

  • by Loretta Livingstone
  • Narrated by Danielle Cohen
  • 1 hrs and 50 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Jeannie: Kicked out by her mother Rita. Matt: Predatory and dangerous. Is it really Rita he wants? Rod and Carla on a romantic city break and Jeremy, just seven years old, out with his dad. And just who exactly is Mike? Could there be more to him than meets the eye? Strangers whose paths are destined to cross more than once and change forever.
When you are in the depths of despair, when all hope is gone, is that when you'll discover where angels tread?


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Customer Reviews

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Loved It

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

I have always favored long audiobooks for traveling but I am moving more in the direction of shorter listens. I liked the length because I could listen to it as I ran errands etc and finish it quickly. The lapse in time beore I get back to a long book is often discouraging. Where Angels Tread was perfect.

Who was your favorite character and why?

The book is a collection of characters, each with a unique story to tell, that eventually tie into one another. The synchronicity was perfect and much like how God works in people lives.

Which character – as performed by Danielle Cohen – was your favorite?

I loved the narrator. I listen to a lot of audio books and she may have become my favorite female narrator.

If you could take any character from Where Angels Tread out to dinner, who would it be and why?

It would have to be Mike. You will have to read it yourself to find out why!!

Any additional comments?

Where Angels Tread is reminiscent of Touched by an Angel and leaves one with the same satisfaction that good does triumph over evil.

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- Alliji "God's girl"

Packs a punch

This short audiobook packs a lot of punch. The characters are well drawn and the story is both sad and uplifting. It certainly gives the reader some insight into the struggles of a runaway trying to survive on the streets and how she came to be there in the first place. Skillfully narrated by Danielle Cohen, Livingstone's debut novella is well written and paced, with descriptions that easily draw the reader into the story. It's spiritual message is subtle and inspiring without being "preachy." The only negative is that it could easily have been a full-length novel in the hands of this skillful writer.
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- Marianne Sciucco

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-29-2014
  • Publisher: Loretta Livingstone