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You, Me, and the Colors of Life

Narrated by: Lauren Ezzo
Length: 8 hrs and 20 mins
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Summary

Faced with challenges from an early age, Janica has learned to celebrate and enjoy every day as a gift. Her life-affirming attitude fascinates Thomas, a shy young man who begins to see the rich colors of life in a whole new light. As she reveals a world he never could have imagined for himself, Thomas falls head over heels for the strong young woman and becomes part of her quirky circle of friends and her loving family.

Their generosity of spirit draws Thomas out of his shell. He finds strength in their visits to the children's hospital where Janica volunteers, captivating the kids' attention with her imaginative stories. But all too soon fate deals them a harsh blow. Can their love survive life's obstacles?

You, Me, and the Colors of Life is a moving, hopeful story about the power of love and the power of living a life filled with joy.

©2015 Noa C. Walker (P)2016 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved. Translation © 2016 by Lisa Reinhardt.

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  • Sarah S.
  • 14-10-18

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I kind of struggled through this book - Also I didn't really like the narrator, she sounded almost frantic at times.

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  • D. Stokes
  • 16-02-17

To long

It took to long to tell a story about death and despair. I listened to the entire book, but I could have stopped half way through. It was painful at times.