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The Ultimate Journey

Author Jim Stovall
Narrator Paul Michael
Runtime 2.77 Hrs. - Unabridged
Publisher christianaudio
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Release Date June 6, 2011
Availability: Unrestricted (available worldwide)

Jim Stovall has penned three delightful parables for anyone who wants to be inspired or give the gift of inspiration. In The Ultimate Gift, Jason Stevens learns to appreciate the value of his life, while in The Ultimate Life, he learns the value of love. Now, in the touching conclusion to the trilogy, Jason learns that life's journey is all about traveling well--not about the destination.

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Jim Stovall has penned three delightful parables for anyone who wants to be inspired or give the gift of inspiration. In The Ultimate Gift, Jason Stevens learns to appreciate the value of his life, while in The Ultimate Life, he learns the value of love. Now, in the touching conclusion to the trilogy, Jason learns that life's journey is all about traveling well--not about the destination.

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Compelling narration
'Paul Michael's compelling narration guides readers through Jason and Alexia's twelve-month odyssey, during which the newlyweds learn to appreciate each day as a gift.'

G.D.W. © AudioFile 2011, Portland, Maine
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Review by / (Posted on 12/5/2011)
A Fitting Conclusion To An Excellent Series
"The Ultimate Journey" Book Three in the Ultimate series written by Jim Stovall has been released in audiobook format by christianaudio and is available from them at christianaudio (http://christianaudio.com) and is narrated by Paul Michael.

Jason Stevens has lived through both "The Ultimate Gift" and "The Ultimate Life" and has learned quite a bit about life and the living of it from experience and from video made especially for him by his grandfather, Red Stevens. Now in this last adventure Jason and his new bride, Alexia are given a journal of Red Stevens, Jason's grandfather and their life picks up again. If you read the first two books in this series then you know that there are twelve journeys each of us takes and Red's journal and DVD take the young couple through each of these journeys again. Each chapter has something from Jason, Alexia, Red and Red's Chauffeur and each has something new to teach us about living. As with each of the previous books there are gems in each journey that we should learn to take with us as these books are both fiction and parables combined.

It is an injustice to say that Paul Michael is the reader of this book. Paul Michael brings his soothing voice and manages to bring to life what was originally written on pages. Mr. Michael skillfully and artistically weaves different inflections and intonations into each character permitting the reader to stop listening to an audio book and become part of the story itself. Mr. Michael does a magnificent job of creating the emotion of the moment as we travel through what Mr. Stovall had written.

I, personally, do not have time to just sit and read all the books that I would like to read so audiobooks make my life much easier. I can take the book with me in the car and play it while I am driving to work or to the store. We need the ability to fill up our commute with good Christian material that will allow us to expand our world and gain new insight into what is going on around us. christianaudio meets that need.
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Review by / (Posted on 8/19/2011)
great audio narrative
Paul Michael narrates Jim Stovall's third installment of the <em>Ultimate Gift </em>series, <em>The Ultimate Journey, </em>with a smooth voice that replicates the essence of Red Stevens, much like the performance James Garner provides in the movie presentation of the first book. Michael guides the reader through the interactions of Jason and his bride, Red on his DVDs, and the chauffeur that served them both. Skillfully and artistically weaving different inflections and intonations that each character carries in their character, Michael permits the reader to stop listening to an audio book and become part of the story itself, allowing images of the scenes to dance before the listener's eyes. One has to admit, however, that despite Michael's talent, his imitation of Alexia, Jason's bride, sounds more like an effamenant man that a female voice.

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Review by / (Posted on 7/28/2011)
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