May 19, 2017

The Friday 56: The Broken Road

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Turn to page 56 or 56% in your eReader.
Find any sentence, (or few, just don't spoil it)
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"But you sell the idea that everyone can be successful. Do you really believe that? - page 56, The Broken Road by Richard Paul Evans

I don't recall what exact year it was, but I had read the Christmas Box trilogy by Richard Paul Evans during my teenage years after stumbling upon a one volume paperback version somewhere (probably at Walmart). I read all three stories quickly, and loved all them. I ended up buying two more copies to give to my grandmothers for Christmas that year. Over the years, I have read the Locket trilogy and a few other titles by the author.

Anyhow, while at the library last weekend, I checked out Richard Paul Evans' newest novel "The Broken Road," which I just started reading on Wednesday.


  1. Great 56. One I agree that everyone can be successful, if they try. Success is not always measured with money anyways. :-) Happy weekend!

  2. This author is really popular at my library! Thanks for sharing!

    Lauren @ Always Me


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