The Dead Don't Dance

eAudio - unabridged
Audio (8.63 hours)
Product Number: Z10228
Released: Sep 15, 2015
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781490663647
Narrator/s: Tom Stechschulte
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Christy finalist Charles Martin writes faith-based novels that engage believers and non-believers alike with their realistic and touching stories of Southern living. In a quiet rural town in South Carolina, the end of summer is bittersweet for Dylan Styles. Faced with a terrible tragedy, he must struggle to understand the dramatic change that has come over him. Life will never be the same for Dylan, but will his soul be darkened by heartbreak or galvanized through hope?

Author(s): Charles Martin
Series: Awakening (Martin) Series No: 1


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The Dead Don't Dance
Product Number: BX00034899
Product Number:CK156
Product Number:Z10228

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Author(s): Charles Martin
Narrator(s): Tom Stechschulte
Product Number CK156
Released: Nov 01, 2010
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781419347818
Author(s): Charles Martin
Product Number EB00458830
Released: Jul 16, 2014
Business Term: 26 Circ
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
ISBN: #9781418566388

Professional reviews

"When Dylan and Maggie Styles's son dies at birth, Maggie slips into a coma, and Dylan begins a dark spiritual journey. His best friend, Amos, a bald, black deputy with a deep Southern drawl, encourages him to return to teaching. When Dylan does, he finds students who deal with their own problems, such as rape, and overcome them with God's grace. Tom Stechschulte narrates this bittersweet love story with poignancy, capturing the breadth of emotion Dylan experiences. He characterizes quirky characters like Amos and a strange Vietnam veteran with skill. Although this title was a finalist for the Christy, an award for Christian fiction, the pace is slow. An abridgment might have been better. G.D.W. (c) AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine"

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