Forgotten Road: A Novel by Randall ArthurForgotten Road: A Novel by Randall Arthur

Forgotten Road: A Novel

byRandall ArthurEditorDeb Haggerty

Paperback | April 1, 2017

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A successful pop violinist, husband, and father loses everything in an instant. In jail for manslaughter, he discovers he is still of value and begins to work his way back. Regaining stardom, he gives up all the trappings of success to ride along a forgotten road.

Title:Forgotten Road: A NovelFormat:PaperbackDimensions:478 pages, 9 × 6 × 1.06 inPublished:April 1, 2017Publisher:Elk Lake Publishing, Inc.Language:English

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ISBN - 10:1944430563

ISBN - 13:9781944430566

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Editorial Reviews

"Few books on faith can keep a man's interest as well as a woman's, and you have managed to cross that barrier. The book is a tearjerker of major proportions. It should become the 'Gone With The Wind' of religious tomes. Had I not already traveled that painful path to faith, believe me, your work would give reason to do so. I will recommend it to my family and friends." - PJ Renfroe, Founder Heritage Writers Group"A well written, fascinating, inspirational story with many varied twists and turns, all of which made it difficult to put down. It held my attention from start to finish and I thoroughly enjoyed it. This story would make a wonderful movie and I look forward to seeing it on the screen one day."- DJ Sweetenham, President Heritage Writers Group"Randall's best yet. Anointed. Brilliant. A work of art!"- Boyd Bailey, Co-founder of Ministry Ventures"Forgotten Road hits close to home. Your books always challenge me. You bring a healthy skepticism to the western church, challenging all to rise up and make a difference! I just wanted to say thanks." - Don Moen, Music Producer"This book was deeply moving. You have a tremendous ability to merge fiction and non-fiction materials together in a way that is totally life-engaging and thought-provoking. Thank you for the blood, sweat, and tears it took to write the book. I hope you will continue to write as a gift to all of your brothers and sisters in Christ."- Ben Gates, Executive Director of Campus Ministries - Purdue University/ Fort Wayne“I bought a copy of your book a few weeks ago and loved it! I raced through it because it was so good, and started mourning that it was about to be over as I got near the end. You managed to spin a great yarn and teach some truths that are imperative in the Evangelical world.”- Jeff Taylor, country music star“I went into it wondering if it would...draw me in, and boy did it! I sat up most of Saturday night to finish it. About 2:00 AM, my wife asked, ‘Are you going to sleep tonight?’ Great cliffhanging ending. It certainly spoke to me.”- Steve McVey - President of Grace Walk Ministries“In Forgotten Road, bestselling author Randall Arthur gives readers everywhere a book that is terribly hard to put down. From the beginning of page one till the conclusion, it is filled with page after page of action, adventure, soul searching, honesty, hurt and so much more. This is a book that will impact anyone who desires to read it with an open heart and mind. I have been overwhelmed with the journey; this is a book that I would recommend without any question or hesitation.” - / Darin Godby"A mutual friend of ours handed me Forgotten Road. Like your main character, Cole, I was involved in a major accident that would change my life forever. Like Cole, I had been drinking and caused the accident. One man died. I was charged with Vehicular Homicide/DUI. I am currently 3 1/2 years into a 10-year sentence. I had all but given up reading Christian literature. So much of it is too "how to" and "how not too". Your book was practical and real. I would like to thank you for reigniting a spark in me. I look forward to acquiring and reading your other novels." - R.Z. - Inmate, Central State Prison