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The Dawn of a To-morrow

Gelesen von Linda Andrus

(4,383 Sterne; 107 Bewertungen)

A wealthy London business man takes a room in a poor part of the city.
He is depressed and has decided to take his life by going the next day to purchase a hand gun he had seen in a pawnshop window. The morning comes with one of those 'memorable fogs' and the adventure he has in it alters his decisions and ultimately his life. (Summary by Linda Andrus) (2 hr 3 min)




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success story

(5 Sterne)

Depression is a terrible thing... A lot of visuals regarding the toxic fog… The answer from God, to a derelict, street urchins, a thief and a very wealthy man… all met in a way they could know, actually know his existence, help and hope. A clearing away of the fog of unbelief.


(1 Sterne)

The story sounds like it would be good but it is so hard to follow from the reading. words are often repeated in a strange way and pausing in the middle of sentences. she does a good job with voices, but it's a tough listen.

Very Good

(5 Sterne)

It had a great message👍Allah doesn't bring the negative only you do. Also that if you always be positive, be kind, and ask Allah for help everything will eventually turn out okay.

(4,5 Sterne)

Short, but good. Leaves one wanting to hear more. GOD works differently with different people. He made this Earth for us. It is easy to get discouraged and we need to uplift others.

(4,5 Sterne)

A wonderful little story which perfectly sets forth Burnett's philosophy. Definitely a must read for any person interested in understanding the author. The reading has some awkwardness, but is always understandable and clear.

(3,5 Sterne)

The girl, Gladys is a favorite. Thank you to the reader. Good job.

nice book

(4,5 Sterne)

love all the works of f h brunette


(3 Sterne)

a read to make you look at life attitudes