Two strangers take the road less traveled....
Heather Mulgrew's world is already mapped out: She is going to travel abroad with her friends after college, come back to a great career in September, and head into a life where not much is left to chance. But that was before an encounter on an overnight train introduces her to Jack, a passionate adventurer who changes the course of her journey and her life. Throwing Heather's careful itinerary to the wind, they follow Jack's grandfather's journal through post-World War II era Europe: Vienna, Budapest, Turkey - exotic places that serve only to heighten their feelings. As September looms, Jack urges Heather to stay with him, to keep traveling, to give in to the romance of their experience; Heather convinces him to return to the United States.
Jack has a secret that could change everything. And Heather's world is about to be shaken to the core.
The Map That Leads to You is a breathtaking audiobook about love, loss, and the best-laid plans that are meant to be broken.
"Romantic and unforgettable." (Nicholas Sparks)
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I would not recommend this book. I wanted to like it, and I am really not that hard to please. I usually don't have high expectations but this book was anticlimactic in too many ways. I felt like I was being strung along and continued to wait for some turn of events that would finally grab my interest or pull me in. It was very uninspired and honestly just some recycled storyline of too many other books.
No, it has not.
Her performance was excellent, it was the storyline and content of the book that was uninspired.
No, unfortunately it was not!
Breathtakingly, beautifully haunting
Jack was definitely my favorite. I loved him from the first witty conversation.
Yes, I actually did listen in one sitting. I couldn't stop.
I probably wouldn't have bought this book if I knew it would make me cry ugly tears. I'm so glad I didn't know. This is probably my favorite book this year, and one I'll listen to again.