Best-selling author of Too Long a Stranger and Julia’s Last Hope, Janette Oke is loved for her inspirational novels. In Once Upon a Summer, Oke
weaves the tender tale of 12-year-old, Joshua, who has been raised by his 18-year-old aunt and their grandparents. He has grown accustomed to their close-knit family, but that is all about to change when Joshua’s aunt considers
marriage. Johnny Heller touchingly narrates the trials of faith this family must face.
- Good family story
This book was well narrarated, fun to listen to. It was narrarated by one man but each character sounded different. The author captivated the audience with the story and the narrator captivated the audience with his telling of it. This Janette Oke classic is unlike the others in that it follows a young man (not woman) through his growing up years into adulthood. Once you listen to the first book you'll be hooked on the series. A good family story.