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A Life Worth Living

By: T.K. Chapin
Narrated by: T.K. Chapin
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How does the pain in our lives lead to the greatest love we'll ever know?

Michael Jacobson runs a highly successful and still growing marketing agency in Detroit. His hours are long, his days are packed, and his personal life is non-existent. When his sister Kelly shows up on his doorstep one day requesting that he flies out to Spokane, Washington to watch over her son Samuel and their mother Lucille for a month, he almost says no until he finds out his mom has cancer. Michael's relationship with his mother is complicated, but he loves her. He can't help but agree to the trip in the hopes of making amends with his mother and being there for his sister in a time of need.

When working remotely and caretaking for his mom and nephew become too much for one man, Michael makes the call into the hiring agency. Little did he know whom that phone call would soon bring into his life...Michael will soon have to face a choice that will change everything he thought to be true.

Amanda Murphy is a single Christian mother who has made bad decisions a time or three in her life. Single and with a two-year-old child now, she longs for better days. A way out of her overbearing sister Tanya's house seems impossible to her at the moment, so does a life she could ever be proud of calling her own. Clinging to her hope in Christ through prayer, Amanda's tears are about to get answered in a way she never saw coming...

In a world dominated by worry and controlled by fear, Christians are called to live by faith. It's in living by faith and not by sight, that Christians are enabled to live a life worth living. Circumstances change, but the truth and love of God will not and cannot change.

From the USA Today best-selling Author T.K. Chapin comes an inspiring romance about love, family, forgiveness, and faith. Uplifting and encouraging, this wholesome novel is one that will keep you listening into the evening and leave you with a feeling that God's love and control are ever-present.

©2022 T.K. Chapin (P)2022 T.K. Chapin

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  • JCrew
  • 23-05-22

A Challenged Listen

I really wanted to hear this story, however the narrator sounded so robotic. There was no difference in her voice with the characters. So many times I wanted to call and get my credit back. I finally finished, will make certain I don't purchase an audible with the narrator.

Also, when choosing to read your story I'm wondering what's the criteria? Does the author go back and listen, because if they did, I would like to think they would choose better, wiser. Since we as listeners are heavily relying on the narrator to build the story and introduce the characters, a bad narrator can ruin the characters and the story. A good story, poor narrator.

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  • Marisa
  • 12-05-22

Excellent story line, but tough to listen to The Australian robot

I love T.K. Chapin books! I’ve listened to several T.K. Chapin audiobooks, And the storyline and the audio recording/ narrator has been great! I like the storyline on “A life worth living”, even though it is about a man who suffers like Job, with all his loss and grief, The Lord‘s redemption shines through. Unfortunately, I did not like the narrator on this one. I’m not positive, but I think it was a robot. She sounded like an Australian robot. The reason why I know this is The reading lacked the proper emotion and fluidity. The reading lacked the proper intonation and did not flow. Please get a real narrator for the next book. No more robots.