Change of Heart: A Novel Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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The acclaimed number-one New York Times best-selling author presents a spellbinding tale of a mother's tragic loss and one man's last chance at gaining salvation.
Can we save ourselves, or do we rely on others to do it? Is what we believe always the truth?
One moment June Nealon was happily looking forward to years full of laughter and adventure with her family, and the next she was staring into a future that was as empty as her heart. Now her life is a waiting game. Waiting for time to heal her wounds, waiting for justice. In short, waiting for a miracle to happen.
For Shay Bourne, life holds no more surprises. The world has given him nothing, and he has nothing to offer the world. In a heartbeat, though, something happens that changes everything for him. Now he has one last chance for salvation, and it lies with June's 11-year-old daughter, Claire. But between Shay and Claire stretches an ocean of bitter regrets, past crimes, and the rage of a mother who has lost her child.
Would you give up your vengeance against someone you hate if it meant saving someone you love? Would you want your dreams to come true if it meant granting your enemy's dying wish?
Once again, Jodi Picoult mesmerizes and enthralls listeners with this story of redemption, justice, and love.
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|Listening Length||15 hours and 9 minutes|
|Narrator||Jim Frangione, Stafford Clark-Price, Nicole Poole, Danielle Ferland, Jennifer Ikeda|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||March 29, 2016|
|Publisher||Simon & Schuster Audio|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #20,100 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#95 in Friendship Fiction (Audible Books & Originals)
#574 in Family Life Fiction (Audible Books & Originals)
#702 in Friendship Fiction (Books)
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I very much enjoy how much research she does into the topics she covers in her books. Each and every topic is so controversial and she writes about them in a way that makes is difficult at times to take a stance on one side or the other. This book is no exception. With capital punishment at the core of this story, I found myself vacillating on pro or con throughout. I laughed and I cried and I got angry many times during this book.
I am always challenged when writing a review of her books...tell too little and I'm not sure it does the book justice...tell too much and risk spoiling it for the next reader.
There were a few times the narrative bogged down and I skimmed, but generally it was a page turner I read in a day. It made me think and examine my own beliefs, it kept me guessing, and it's going to make me do some investigating/reading on religious and Biblical history. A book that does all that, and is highly entertaining to boot, is a 5.
REVIEW: Previous books by this author for me were mostly 4/5 Stars with only 2 bombs (A Spark of Light & The Storyteller). I loved Wish You Were Here (‘21), House Rules, Sing You Home, My Sister’s Keeper, Small Great Things, Plain Truth, Between the Lines, Leaving Time, Off the Page, Lone Wolf, The Storyteller, Nineteen Minutes, Keeping Faith and The Pact. This book was recommended by a friend (@katiescarlett) after I reviewed Jodi’s most recent book, Wish You Were Here.
This story starts and then proceeds quickly and is pulled in a few different directions (court & prison) in the first 10%. The jail scenes remind me of Stephen King’s Green Mile movie. Not even half way through this book, but I’ll always remember thisbook as “deep”. Very thought-provoking and stirring feelings of religion, murder, forgiveness/acceptance and, most of all, looking into oneself. Loved the ending.
This one was wonderful with multiple perspectives that many wouldn't consider initially in a situation as scary as death row murders go.
Please keep your hands inside the car, and enjoy the ride.