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Following the New York Times bestseller The Road to Grace Richard Paul Evans’s hero Alan Christoffersen faces a life changing crisis on his journey to graceAfter the death of his beloved wife after the loss of his advertising business to his. As with the previous 3 books in this series this author gives insight into how much other people touch your life in some way be it for the better or not so much the better in life s journey to mold who you are and who you will choose to become along the way Very much looking forward to the last book in this 5 book series and would highly recommend this easy read series to all my Goodreads friends

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A Step of Faith

Once trusted partner after bankruptcy forced him from his home Alan Christoffersen is a broken man Leaving everything he knows he sets A Step Kindle out on an extraordinary cross country journey with only the pack on his back he is walking. Alan Christoffersen began his walk from Seattle to Key West almost one year ago Devastated by the death of his wife the betrayal of his business partner the loss of his business and his home he was contemplating suicide but decided to walk instead After collapsing at the side of the road at the almost halfway point of his walk Alan discovers his recent bouts with vertigo are being caused by a brain tumor Having to deal with yet another hospital stay Alan decides to have the procedure done in California staying with his father in his childhood home to recuperate Counting his blessings that the tumor was benign and although not uickly as he wishes he does resume his walk As can only be expected when one is walking cross country he meets up with some interesting people This series is a wonderful series to read Nothing blows up no shades of grey no bad language just a beautifully written book about a man and his wanderings across the USA Mr Evans includes uotes from the diary of Alan Christoffersen at the beginning of each chapter These uotes are so insightful that it makes me feel like I should write them down so I can have them at my fingertips for the right occasion If Mr Evans was not a successful novelist he could certainly have made a career for himself writing heartfelt greeting cards Wow that last line sounds a little negative but was meant completely as compliment

Richard Paul Evans ☆ 7 Read

From Seattle to Key West the end of the map Along the way Alan begins to heal meeting people who teach him lessons about love sacrifice and forgiveness But in St Louis Alan faces another life changing crisis and now the journey is in jeopardy.. Sorry this was my least favorite of the walk series I found it rather boring where too much time was spent telling me what he ate for each meal I really detested the part of the cult encounter that bordered on sci fi perhaps alluding to Christian Scientist It didn t flow with the story and had no purpose in my mind I ended up skimming over El s the cult leaderprophecies The fact that Allen was obtuse about the obvious adoration of two women and the concern from his father made him seem selfish There were also references to previous encountersrelationships and now that we have spanned 4 books and how many years I just can t remember those characters any and couldn t make the connection And yet the series doesn t endI really think this could have been a better book and concluded the walk


10 thoughts on “A Step of Faith

  1. says:

    As with the previous 3 books in this series this author gives insight into how much other people touch your life in some way be it for the better or not so much the better in life's journey to mold who you are and who you

  2. says:

    Book four of the series Still a solid story but not as exciting as the two prior ones Two strange events did occur but for some reason they didn't impact me to the same degree as other events in the prior books In any event I am anxious to finish the series and only wish the author could write faster You can't go

  3. says:

    It was like reading a travel log I am tired of Alan feeling sorry for himself Some things he encountered in this book were too weird for me

  4. says:

    Alan Christoffersen began his walk from Seattle to Key West almost one year ago Devastated by the death of his wife the betrayal of his business partner the loss of his business and his home he was contemplating suicide but decided to walk instead After collapsing at the side of the road at the “almost halfway point” of his walk Alan discovers his recent bouts with vertigo are being caused by a brain tumo

  5. says:

    Just as good as the first three books in the series although I was a little distracted by the side journeys For

  6. says:

    I have read every book Richard Paul Evans has written this is not including his children's books I love The Walk series I am looking

  7. says:

    Sorry this was my least favorite of the walk series I found it rather boring where too much time was spent telling me what he ate for each meal I really detested the part of the cult encounter that bordered on sci fi perhaps alluding to Christian Scientist It didn't flow with the story and had no purpose in my mind I ended up skimming over El's the cult leaderprophecies The fact that Allen was obtuse about the obvious adoration o

  8. says:

    This one seemed a little boring at times But he met some interesting scary characters And of course Mr Evans ended with one of his usual cliffhangers Yay for me I have the last book to read So excited for the end of this journey

  9. says:

    This Walk series is definitely worth it and the wait between books Not only do you get to follow Alan on his cross country walk you get to see him grow up as he goes with his various trials I really enjoy this series

  10. says:

    Eh it was ok Few strange parts a girl picks him up and gives him a ride to a hotel where they share a room Really?? What woman in her right mind would give a homeless guy a ride and then proceed to spend the night?