Item description for The Father's Voice by Joanna McGee Bradford...
Overview Brenda is surrounded by voices: those of her late father, her mother, her boyfriend, and her boss. In the midst of it all, she strains to hear the voice of the One who knows her best--her father in heaven.
Publishers Description Brenda is struggling with issues of hearing her father's voice after his death in matters of her making something of herself and taking care of her mother. As a lawyer, her "boyfriend" Russell (who owns his own janitorial service) is suggesting that the relationship should move toward marriage, but her boss is pushing her to choose her career. In the midst of hearing these voices, she strains trying to hear "the" Father's Voice.
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Studio: Lift Every Voice
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.06" Width: 6.2" Height: 0.68" Weight: 0.69 lbs.
Release Date Mar 13, 2006
Publisher MOODY PRESS BOOKS #13
ISBN 0802481655 ISBN13 9780802481658
Availability 0 units.
More About Joanna McGee Bradford
JOANNA BRADFORDS work experience includes handling claims for two Fortune 500 companies, in addition to prior work with juveniles and in law enforcement. Joanna combines her writing with inspirational speaking through her ministry, Bridges of Communication. She is author of The Fathers Voice and has also written articles for Todays Christian Woman and Victory in Grace. Married with one son, she lives in the Chicago area.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Father's Voice?
Worth Reading Again!! Apr 6, 2006
This book was very easy to read. The story lines stay with the characters. There is just enough detail about the story to know that the setting takes place in Kansas City without going into a lot of detail about the city itself. The author has done a wonderful job of developing the character of Brenda without interjecting a lot of her personality traits into Brenda. I look forward to the author's next book.
The Book Takes me back home! Feb 22, 2006
I just finished "The Father's Voice." Being from Kansas, I can relate to the characters and the environment in which the book took place. The character, Brenda (reminds me of my wife in a lot of ways.)I also envy the patients of Russell. I will recommend the book to all of my friends and relatives.
The Father's Voice is Awesome Feb 20, 2006
I really loved this book. It's a real page turner. The author was so descriptive in her writing that I could identify with the characters. I completed the book in two days because I just couldn't put it down.
Wonderful Debut Title Feb 14, 2006
I just finished The Father's Voice and absolutely loved it. I found the characters interesting and realistic. I enjoyed the plot and the relationship the develops between a high up lawyer (a woman) and a a janitor who owns his own cleaning company and how society sometimes views this as not good for a woman to "step down" to marry someone "below" her. Yet, the main character Branda sees beyond the label to the heart and that's the theme of the book. The hero also works and runs The Father's House, a place where inner city youth find hope and help. I'm looking forward for the next book from this author and hope she doesn't make me wait too long!