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Miles to Go by Richard Paul Evans
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May 23, 2011

it was amazing
Read from May 12 to 23, 2011

In Richard Paul Evans’ second book in The Walk series main character, Alan’s, journey has come to a hiatus, but his ability to inspire and question has not. Without an ounce of preachiness or condescension, Evans’ characters question the existence of an afterlife, fate, and the continuation of life, encouraging the reader to examine as well. This sequel’s tone is markedly different than the first in its focus on hope and restoring faith, rather than an all-encompassing despair, paralleling the emotional state of Alan. Evans’ tale is obviously well-researched, as the details, from the street signs to the mundane, everyday dialogue gives the impression of a real experience, colored with the insights of the well-traveled. Only one complaint remains in my mind: how long will I have to wait for the next in the series?

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