"Oh, if only I could escape from his Valley of Humiliation altogether and go to the High Places." It is with this cry that Much-Afraid, crippled and disfigured, begins her journey, leaving her Fearing relatives behind, and pressing on the Realm of Love. As the Chief Shepherd explains, no Fears can live in this realm, because "perfect love casts out fears and everything that torments."
Written on a similar scale to the great classic, Pilgrim's Progress, you'll travel along with Much-Afraid and her companions, Sorrow and Suffering, as they make the ascent to the High Places where the King of Love reigns supreme. And, you'll discover that, as the journey transform Much-Afraid into Grace and Glory, your heart will be changed as well.
- Well done
I thought the narrator did an excellent rendition of this. She did a lot of voice changes for each character, and this was well done.
- BUY IT
Hinds Feet on high places is a fantastic audio book. Both kids and adults enjoy this book. Plus, it is read by Flo Schmidt who does an excellent job narrating the story. I used to hear Flo read on the radio every weekday when I was a child, and loved every minute of it. I wish she would do more audio books, because she does such an excellent job. Hinds Feet is one audio book that we listen to quite frequently. Buy it! I doubt you will regret it.