The Road Home

The Road Home

by Richard Paul Evans

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The Road Home 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous 11 months ago
I+read+the+series+of+three+books+in+2+days%2C+couldn%27t+put+them+down+and+sad+when+I+was+done.++This+will+touch+your+heart+with+joy.++A+delightful+ending+to+Charles%27s+journey%21
Anonymous 11 months ago
Words wouldn’t justify the feelings I have! Wow!!! Great read!!!
Anonymous 4 months ago
What an amazing trilogy. I didn't want it to end.
Anonymous 8 months ago
I feel like the authors writing and plots are up to what they had been in the past. This book was somewhat similar to The Walk series except to me the main character Charles was much less likable than the main character in the Walk series. It seems that the author is really not coming up with anything new. He tends to go on and on about every he eats and the places where he stays. I am really not that interested in knowing he had the "meatloaf" or "brussel sprouts" or that he stopped and got "three bottles of water and 3 pkgs of Pop-Tarts" - who cares ? I tend to think he is just putting all this stuff in as filler. I was listening to the audiobook which is read by the author and to be honest I find some of his pronunciations to be weird and annoying. Words like "meal" and "deal" come out as "mill" and "dill". Also I have never heard anyone call a Dunkin donuts french cruller and "french crooler". It was not that original and stretching it over three books (three years ) was a bit much. I only reason read the third book was because I wanted to know how it all ended.
Anonymous 8 months ago
so+sorry+for+this+series+to+end.+++great+story+about+redemption.+
ONorman0 11 months ago
Richard Paul Evans has done it again! He's written a perfect finale for this series. I read it all in one sitting and just couldn't stop reading. It took a long walk of over 2,000 miles for Charles James to find himself in this story. It reads like it's really happening and not just fiction.