Book Reviews of Unspoken

Unspoken
Unspoken
Author: Angela Hunt
ISBN-13: 9780849944826
ISBN-10: 0849944821
Publication Date: 5/3/2005
Pages: 336
Rating:
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.
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4.1 stars, based on 49 ratings
Publisher: WestBow Press
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
I loved this book. Even now, after reading several other books, I can still feel Sema's touch and see her beautiful eyes. I want to read an author that moves me and Angela Hunt definately did in Unspoken.
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Helpful Score: 2
One of my favorites! This book was very moving & really makes you think. I'll be reading it again & again in the years to come.
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Helpful Score: 1
This book was pretty wonderful. I enjoyed it so much that it has now been placed near the front of my "family read-aloud" list. Angela Hunt does a great job of pulling the reader deep inside the folds of the story. This story is a wonderful illustration of how God uses His handiwork to show His glory.
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It was a wonderful book. I never imagined the outcome. Love it.
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Fascinating subject!
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Christian fiction, wonderful story
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Angela Hunt's story of a "talking" Gorilla and her trainer Glee Granger. AFter 8 years together, suddenly the zoo wants it's gorilla back. . . . .
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A story of sacrifice and the unspoken connections that bring us together. She taught a gorilla to talk. Can Glee learn to listen.
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This is another wonderful book from Angela Hunt. Have you ever wondered if the animals know their creator? The caretaker of a gorilla believes in science but not in God. Her theories are put to the test when her "talking/signing" gorilla starts talking about God. Finally in an unexpected turn in the story, the scientist must face the Truth & when she does, her life opens to all God wants it to be. I highly recommend this book. You'll learn a lot about gorillas & even if gorillas are not your favorite animal, you'll see your own beloved pet in the behaviors of the gorilla. So...order this book & enjoy a really good read.