Co-author of the best-selling Left Behind series, Tim LaHaye partners with Gregory S. Dinallo for an epic love story. Dylan and Grace Cooper expected to be together forever, but when World War I tears them apart, both are forced to move on with their lives. Twenty years later, Dylan discovers Grace's whereabouts, and the reunion that follows challenges them both to conquer painful memories and attempt to rekindle a long-lost love
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by Greg Dinallo, Tim LaHaye
by Tim LaHaye, Greg Dinallo
by Greg Tobin
by Marguerite Henry
by Walter R. Brooks
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"From the moment photographer Dylan Cooper first enters the art gallery, it is Grace who inspires and sustains him, even during the two decades they're separated. Narrator John McDonough ensures that Dylan's Highland burr stands out from the French, German, and American accents of those he meets in the melting pot of WWI-era Boston and in his travels in search of Grace. Character differentiation is accomplished mainly through changing pitch, as several of the main characters have slight brogues, including Grace and Dylan. While McDonough's inflections don't always match the author's textual clues, he makes up for it with a sonorous voice that conveys the depth of love and loss in this inspirational story. E.N. (c) AudioFile 2010, Portland, Maine"
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