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The author does a fantastic job of taking the reader along every step of the way of Alan's journey. We learn about the places he walks through, the people he meets, even the things he eats. I was easily able to actually feel how Alan felt camping out under the stars of the wilderness based on how the author described it (even though I've never done this myself!). And I like the hope that is continuously portrayed within this book. Even toward the end, when the author has Alan doubting the entire journey, he shows us how Alan discovers the true reason of his venture. And who of us can't relate to that? We all go through periods in our lives where we doubt what we're doing, pursuing, thinking, planning, etc. We could easily stop going forward for fear of what may happen in the end. Yet, with hope, if we "plow ahead" we indeed may make the changes in our lives that is actually our "purpose" for being here. Purpose, hope and a heavenly direction are intertwined with Mr. Evan's story and he does a remarkable job in writing about it in such a way that as a reader, I felt like I was walking alongside Alan, feeling the same mile after mile under my very own feet. I felt at one with the characters of this book; they are alive and realistic. I easily pictured them in my mind, felt their issues, understood the reasoning behind their crossing paths with Alan and was pleased with their eventual outcome. I'm curious with what will continue with them! ...
I can't wait for the next installment to come out! The book ends in such a way that on the one hand, Alan's hope is restored and his adventure continues - but a mysterious person is revealed that seems to be of significance to either Alan's past life or perhaps someone who's been in his journey's path along the way now toward his new life. Either way, I'm very curious to find out who this is, how the characters he's helped in this book continue on with their lives, and most of all, how Alan himself continues with his walk.
Thank you so much to Mr. Evans for writing this walking journey of human hope for us readers. It's a different sort of story but the most wonderful kind that I've come across in a long time. I hope he writes many more installments to Alan's story - it's definitely helping me to envision life from a different perspective. I encourage everyone who hasn't read this book yet, and of course the first one (The Walk), to do so. These books are keepers; they're inspirational, motivational, thought-provoking, realistic- ones that I know I'll never forget and most likely will refer to in the future.
MILES TO GO -- Alan's walking away from a destroyed life and saving himself and many others along the way. It's a wonderful novel.
Richard Paul Evans has the ability to grasp your heart and mind - then propel your spirit into the characters. His novels are easy to read and the storylines are easy to follow. By no means do I suggest they are infantile. What I wish to convey is simply RPE can write a story that doesn't miss a beat. There will be no lost moments, no confusion or backtracking. You are graciously invited into the pages of "Miles To Go" and gently led through Alan's heartfelt, meaningful journey and the lives that intertwine.
As a side note: Personally I love gothics and paranormal lines so "meaningful" journeys, like the novels from Evans, are not my first choice. I really don't like sappy stories - with that said, I will admit to being a loyal reader of RPE since "The Christmas Box" and he IS, by far, my favorite author. It just goes to show that even hard core paranormal types can love any type of writing ------ IF it's a down to earth, believable, heartfelt journey. RPE - you did it again! I continue to be a fan of your work!
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