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river free The River PDFEPUBAwn to The River a ribbon of frothy white water carving its way through steep canyons high in the Colorado Rockies The rushing waters beckon him to experience freedom and adventureBut something holds him back the memory of the terrible event he witnessed on The River when he was just five years old something no child should ever seeChains of.


Awn to The River a ribbon of frothy white water carving its way through steep canyons high in the Colorado Rockies The rushing waters beckon him to experience freedom and adventureBut something holds him back the memory of the terrible event he witnessed on The River when he was just five years old something no child should ever seeChains of.

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Kindle Edition ô The River Kindle æ Gifted writer performer and masterful storyteller are all phrases used to describe Michael NealeWith the highly anticipated September release of his first novel The River as well as a second book Your Great Name which releases in October Michael is finding and ways to share his gift of storytelling as an authorAs a Dove Award Winning songwriter his songs have been reco.

10 thoughts on “The River

  1. Julie G Julie G says:

    Kindle Edition ô The River Kindle æ river free, The River PDFEPUBFor a first novel this one is well done; to a point Michael Neale's format is that of a biography and he certainly convinced me In fact I had to repeatedly refer back to the tagline on the cover The River A NovelThe story begins with our narrator stuck for 3½ hours at the Denver airport He's hoping to kill that time with a book and his iPod in the nearly empty boarding area Instead a character out of a Discovery Channel documentary sits down next to himAnd in sharing his story changes our narrator's lifeGabriel Clarke's story begins and life as he knows it ends on a September day in 1956 A bright and energetic blond haired blue eyed 5 year old Gabe and his


  2. Susan Susan says:

    Kindle Edition ô The River Kindle æ river free, The River PDFEPUBI read this book as part of the Book Club that I am in Having said that it is not a book I would have read otherwise The story is one dimensional and the writing is elementary to say the least I am not sure who the


  3. Lindsay Chung Lindsay Chung says:

    Kindle Edition ô The River Kindle æ river free, The River PDFEPUBFirst off I could not put The River down I loved it Gabriel Clarke is such an endearing main character and I feel like we all struggle with the same feelings of fear resentment and anxiety that Gabriel struggles with even if not to the same degreeI do want to say however that if you decide to read this book get the paperback While the story would be just as good in any format an e reader cannot give you the same feeling in your hands that the paperback does This particular book is bound in such a way that it feels like an old journal in your hands and really makes the story a tactile experience When I was reading this book I felt like I was holding the journal that Gabriel's family had treasured for so many years in my hands It's worth the paperback peopleAs for the story itselfAmazing Michael Neale the Dove Award winning songwriter behind Your Great Name is able to d


  4. Stephanie Stephanie says:

    Kindle Edition ô The River Kindle æ river free, The River PDFEPUBI am uncomfortable writing negative reviews because authors are real people who have generally poured their hearts and souls into their work However I also see value in honest dialogue That said I am amazed by the reports of people being deeply impacted by this book I am very glad to hear that but I personally found this novel to be one of the worst books I have read in a long time The writing was elementary the plot very predictable the character development shallow and the relational development unrealistic I understand that Christian publishing houses are experimenting with keeping direct mentions of God out of some of their books but I found the single reference to God out of place and perhaps even harmful than helpful in this book The Cartwrights weren't very religious but they never missed thanking the good Lord for his bounty and provision whenever they sat down together for a meal The symbolism with The River was obvious but perhaps it was the lack of su


  5. Kathleen (Kat) Smith Kathleen (Kat) Smith says:

    Kindle Edition ô The River Kindle æ river free, The River PDFEPUBEvery once in awhile you come across a book that really makes a difference in your life One that makes an impact; one that makes a difference in how you move forward in your life Such is the case in the inspirational fictional novel from Michael Neale The River I first saw an ad for this book and it was highly recommended by some of my favorite authors one being Andy Andrews who I have most of his books in my personal library This one will definitely be joining themIn the book The River it chronicles an encounter Michael Neale had with a mountain hiker he had met in a Denver airport when his plane was delayed During a conversation this man Gabriel Clarke shared with Michael his life story and in the end this is the contents of that man's life and how he arrived to their chance encounter at the airport It is nothing less than awe inspiring and truly moving You will not be the same after reading thisThe adventure begins with the love of a river guide John Clarke Gabr


  6. Marian Baay Marian Baay says:

    Kindle Edition ô The River Kindle æ river free, The River PDFEPUBIn The River Gabriel Clarke is telling us his life story It's pretty amazing to read this story and recognize things of his life in my own life It's a timeless story of God's love and care for us and growing in faithYou can read this story like a great adventure book or you can read this story as a spiritual read and imagine The River is GodMichael Neale is writing an amazing story that I believe will change livesGabriel Clarke is a 5 year old boy when his father John Clarke gave his life rescuing another man who tried to run a dangerous part of The River The man fell from a dangerous waterfall with his kayak and turned upside down in the water John tried to get the kayak turned back while he slipped and disappeared into The River forever Gabriel was watching the whole scene and the image of it will never leave his mindGabriel gets to live with his mother in Kansas but he never feels at home there He'


  7. Henk-Jan van der Klis Henk-Jan van der Klis says:

    Kindle Edition ô The River Kindle æ river free, The River PDFEPUBGabriel Clarke looses his father when he was just five years old when daddy tries to save a rafter’s life in a Colorado river


  8. Sylvia Sylvia says:

    Kindle Edition ô The River Kindle æ river free, The River PDFEPUBThe River by Michael Neale is the story of a young man who finds healing forgiveness and purposeGabriel Clarke is mysteriously drawn to The River a ribbon of frothy w


  9. Darcus Murray Darcus Murray says:

    Kindle Edition ô The River Kindle æ river free, The River PDFEPUBI went into this book with high expectations I'm not exactly sure why but I expected it to be than it was The beginning was interesting and held my attention but the further the story went along I just couldn't become invested in the development or in the characters The writing seemed like it w


  10. Stephanie *Spunky Avenger* Stephanie *Spunky Avenger* says:

    Kindle Edition ô The River Kindle æ river free, The River PDFEPUBOne of my favorite uotes was The water called out to me This story is based on a real man who went through loss fear heart break and sorrow only to find peace happiness and a new outlook on life he also learned or forgiveness and the true meaning of finding yourselfI loved this book because I could relate to the author and how he had some hard times in his life The author met Gabriel Clarke in an airport waiting for his plane What started out of a leave me alone conversation ended with a story of a life time This is another book that I just feel in love with It just goes to show even with the lose of a father at a young age you can overcome and be happy


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