Reviews for Choice
AudioFile Reviews 2008 April/May
Holter Graham gives a polished performance with his versatile skills and vocal range as he embraces the roles of Travis Parker, local veterinarian, and Gabby Holland, physician's assistant. In Part One, Graham captures the exquisite story of their attraction, love, and marriage with a warmth and rhythm that breathes life into the characters. Ten years later in Part Two, Graham portrays Travis's torment when Gabby falls into a coma after a car accident that is his fault. As Gabby fails to recover, Graham captures Travis's conflict over a decision he must make--a decision based on a promise Gabby extracted from him before her life took its tragic turn. A compelling story. G.D.W. (c) AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine
BookPage Reviews 2007 December
Nicholas Sparks is back, too, tugging on those heartstrings with a signature love/loss/love story. In The Choice, Travis Parker must ask himself: How far would you go for love? Why he has to ask it, and how he answers it, unfolds in the recounting of his marriage to his beloved Gabby. They and their two young daughters lived an idyllic life in Beaufort, North Carolina, until a stormy night and an accident with Travis at the wheel. I won't reveal more, but keep the Kleenex close and the ethical underpinnings at arm's length. Holter Graham reads in an appropriate, soft Southern accent. Copyright 2007 BookPage Reviews.