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Rudd

Where Hearts Collide
Narrated by: Kirby Kaye
Length: 8 hrs and 12 mins
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Summary

In the course of three weeks, Jess is rocked to her core. She will discover, through the lens of an abused boy, events that haunt both mind and spirit. Join Jessica and a cast of unforgettable characters as they navigate rural Virginia and the Carolinas in search of a battered child’s identity and those who would harm him. 

Shocking and provocative, Jess learns where evil dwells and feeds upon the innocent in an emotional roller coaster. Nothing could have prepared her for what is uncovered and the realization that some sins are too great to remain past. 

Broken and derailed, witness this unexpected heroine as she finds hope, happiness, and extraordinary love from the darkest of circumstances. 

Rudd is a captivating tale of the human spirit; it is earthy, direct, and lucid. Devastating yet beautiful, its imagery is deeply moving, leaving one breathless and tattered only to be revived by warmth, humor, and the compassion of a loving God.

©2018 Robert Erickson (P)2018 Robert Erickson

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  • 05-04-19

good story premise but faulty recording

I liked the story premise and tried to listen. Every few sentances the recording repeats phrases, like a start a sentance then begin again. Poor narrator who could not keep up with attempted accents and mispronounced so many words: epitome , ASAP...... definite return.