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A New Series by Renowned Storyteller Richard Paul Evans

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Spectacular Storyteller Richard Paul Evans Invites You on A Walk, a Really Long Walk Series

  • May 14, 2010
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Richard Paul Evans has a lovely way of making women memorable in his new book series THE WALK. Each of the women in the story just pops in a way that makes them real for me, like someone I know and understand.

While I gave Evans' first in this series 5 Stars, I don't know if I will read the others. Evans is poking into new territory here as a master of one-book stories that are hard to top. I never read fiction, except for Richard Paul Evans. The power of THE CHRISTMAS BOX and his other books as single doses of delight worked for me. I am a fan of this author.

Can Evans move into this new territory with his usual finesse? I don't know the answer, because, as I said, I do not know if I want to walk any more into this series. Right now, his lead character doesn't have the usual Evans' charisma, pull and power. His wife did, but.....

I suggest you give this series a try. Make up your own mind.  You may well be a series reader. Many fiction readers are. We non-fiction buffs are often one-bookers.

Evans is a good story teller. He just may be able to pull it off.

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When I am not writing or painting or teaching, I am reading, literally hundreds of non-fiction books every year. Why? Because I love learning from other people's journeys. Authors work hard to bring … more
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