The Choice

The Choice By Robert Whitlow, The Choice One young woman Two very different roads The choice will change everything Even as a pregnant unwed teen in Sandy Lincoln wanted to do the right thing But when an ageless woman approached her i
  • Title: The Choice
  • Author: Robert Whitlow
  • ISBN: 9781401685614
  • Page: 132
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Choice By Robert Whitlow, One young woman Two very different roads The choice will change everything.Even as a pregnant, unwed teen in 1974, Sandy Lincoln wanted to do the right thing But when an ageless woman approached her in a convenience store with a mysterious prophecy and a warning, doing the right thing became even unclear She made the best choice she could and has lived withOne young woman Two very different roads The choice will change everything.Even as a pregnant, unwed teen in 1974, Sandy Lincoln wanted to do the right thing But when an ageless woman approached her in a convenience store with a mysterious prophecy and a warning, doing the right thing became even unclear She made the best choice she could and has lived with the consequences.More than thirty years later, a pregnant teen has come into her life, and Sandy s long ago decision has come back to haunt her The stakes rise quickly, leaving Sandy with split seconds to choose once But will her choice decision bring life or death The Choice shows the struggles of unplanned pregnancy and the courageous act of adoption in a way that I haven t read before Abby Brannam Johnson, former Planned Parenthood Director and author of Unplanned Whitlow captures the struggle of many women trapped in the battle over abortion in a truly sympathetic and affecting way Booklist
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    1. Robert Whitlow

      Robert Whitlow is the best selling author of legal novels set in the South and winner of the prestigious Christy Award for Contemporary Fiction A Furman University graduate, Whitlow received his J.D with honors from the University of Georgia School of Law where he served on the staff of the Georgia Law Review A practicing attorney, Whitlow and his wife, Kathy, have four children They make their home in North Carolina.

    294 thoughts on “The Choice”

    1. Outstanding book I really loved reading this Sandy Lincoln a young unwed teenager in 1974 had to make a choice when she finds out she s pregnant by a young high school football player Either abortion or adoption I think she made the right choice.

    2. One choice can change lives.This is the first book I have ever read by Mr Whitlow and I really enjoyed how he did a great job of not forgetting those little details in life, yet not making them too obvious with overlong descriptions, which for me made this book feel realistic I liked how this book dealt with the choices we make and how sometimes what some people would call an everyday choice can change lives and make a difference.Being adopted myself, I liked how this book dealt with the topic [...]

    3. Robert Whitlow is one of my favorite writers He has hit a homerun with this wonderful This book is about being pro choice, that is choosing life over death If you are pro life you will love this book Whitlow does such a great job weaving the story WARNING you will need a tissue or two I will not tip you off on the story but do want to leave you with a few quotes from the book Sometimes love doesn t get what it wants it has to do what is best p 58 adversity is the crucible for character formation [...]

    4. Whitlow has done it again, this man continues to write some of the best novels I ve read The storyline is intriguing, the characters are fantastic I especially liked that the main character, Sandy, was such a mature 18 yr old This is a wonderful story of a mother s love and sacrifices for her children A story about teen pregnancy, abortion, adoption Beautifully written I give it 5 out of 5 stars I received a copy of this book free from the publisher Litfuse Publicity in exchange for an honest re [...]

    5. This was the first audiobook I ve ever read , and I feel like there is potential that I would have given it 5 stars if I had actually read it as opposed to listening to it Nevertheless, it was a beautifully crafted story about not only making a choice, but the right choice While it has a TOUCH of improbability, it is still a tale of what being a mother is all about, and the value of human life Loved it

    6. I caught up with Robert Whitlow and his wife last year at the ICRS conference He was passionate when he spoke of the book he just finished writing, The Choice The subject matter was near and dear to his heart Robert had longed to write a book that honored moms for all they sacrificed to be the bringers of life I think he achieved his goal in The Choice.There are a couple of things I look forward to when I read a Robert Whitlow book One, I enjoy the legal aspect He brings the reader into the cour [...]

    7. Full review here overweightbookshelf 20Call me a skeptical female, but I was wary that a male author could do justice to the voice of a pregnant teenager facing the life altering choice of becoming a mother, adopting or aborting Thank you Robert Whitlow for effectively putting me in my place and proving me wrong of all doubts Not only does Whitlow breathe life into a beloved heroine but he draws readers in with the fluid ebb and flow of his masterful storytelling.I would not define The Choice as [...]

    8. It is autumn of 1974 in a well off Georgian small town and the bright, beautiful, kind, naive head cheerleader gets pregnant by the popular, good looking, manipulative captain of the football team When she refuses the newly legal option of abortion, the football player and his parents become hostile But, by the support of her loving family, the genuinely good young woman embraces the numerous sacrifices and elects to bring her twin baby sons to life and prayerfully place them in the best adoptiv [...]

    9. If you are like me you have your favorite authors in different genres For a great southern legal drama I tend to gravitate to Robert Whitlow His novels have an authenticity in them that seems to lack in others Mr Whitlow s novels probably ring true because he is active in the areas that he writes about.The Choice is the latest work from Mr Whitlow This story is an emotionally charged tale that starts in 1974 just following the passing of Roe v Wade For anyone that grew up in this time frame and [...]

    10. Every time we make a choice, it impacts not only us but those around us and even some we never meet An unwanted pregnancy is no exception Seventeen year old Sandy is blindsided by her unwanted and unexpected pregnancy Popular cheerleader and girlfriend to a star football player, Sandy has everything to lose With the newly passed Roe vs Wade, Sandy s boyfriend promises her a life of love if she ll just abort the baby Her parents want her to leave town to give the baby up for adoption Sandy s deci [...]

    11. The story is about motherhood at it s finest It starts out in the mid 70 s, right after Roe vs Wade became into law Sandy our main character is 17 and has found out she is pregant You feel her anxiety and her emotions as she struggles to make a decision on what she will do I thought it was very informative in what the law really says about Roe vs Wade and what the pro choice movement focuses on Women s rights vs human life The author being a man, I thought he did very well in bringing out this s [...]

    12. I am all for a nice, melodramatic, life changing, makes you think sort of book When I first picked this book up, that was my expectation However, I was saddened, especially by the second half of the book by the number of times I was hit over the head with a pro life Christian agenda Everything works out perfectly for the can do no wrong teen mother turned high school teacher It was sickening and toward the end, I was flipping pages so I could just finish the thing Also, the stereotypes were over [...]

    13. Very good story for our time.This is a very good and encouraging book for us who believe in pro life and not abortion Sandy is a woman to admire and love for the choice she made.

    14. Whitlow never disappoints Sweet story with a subject matter just about everyone can relate to for one reason or another It s also one that everyone has strong opinions on I was sorry for the story to end.

    15. Niekt re wybory nios ycie, inne nios mier Kiedy w 1974 r w Stanach Zjednoczonych uznano aborcj za legaln jako fundamentalne prawo konstytucyjne ka dej kobiety, dano jej mo liwo wyboru do rozporz dzania w asnym cia em, swoj p odno ci i zamkni to go w form wiadomego macierzy stwa Jednak czy ten wyb r ogranicza si jedynie do przerwania ci y Czy istnieje dla niego alternatywa Nad tym trudnym, dra liwym i w dalszym ci gu kontrowersyjnym tematem nieplanowanej ci y, macierzy stwa nieletnich, aborcji, a [...]

    16. Must readLoved the book A must read for everyone concerned about what s happening in the moral breakdown of our society A winner

    17. One young girl made a sacrificial choice only to have it come back full circle than thirty years later when her past choice comes back to haunt her.The story is told in two parts Seventeen year old Sandy Lincoln is a popular straight A student in her senior year of high school in Rutland, Georgia One careless night with her boyfriend Brad Donnelly will change her life forever When Sandy finds out that she is pregnant, she is faced with the responsibility of making a decision from the options av [...]

    18. Robert Whitlow in his new book, The Choice published by Thomas Nelson takes us into the life of Sandy Lincoln.From the back cover One young woman Two very different roads The choice will change everything.Even as a pregnant, unwed teen in 1974, Sandy Lincoln wanted to do the right thing But when an ageless woman approached her in a convenience store with a mysterious prophecy and a warning, doing the right thing became even unclear She made the best choice she could and has lived with the cons [...]

    19. Title The ChoiceAuthor Robert WhitlowPages 432Year 2012Publisher Thomas NelsonNote I received a complimentary copy for an honest review of this book The opinions shared in this review are solely my responsibility Other reviews can be read at seekingwithallyurheartspo Also follow me on Twitter lcjohnson1988 This novel is broken in two major parts Part one takes place beginning in the year 1974, and part two jumps ahead into the year 2008 In the first part of the story, we meet a teenager named Sa [...]

    20. Rutland, Georgia, 1974 One year after Roe v Wade has become law of the land Back then, girls were hustled out of school and forced to make other accommodations to have their babies before returning to school.That year, Sandy Lincoln, a senior at Rutland High School, gets pregnant by her football hero boyfriend, Brad Donelly He tries to manipulate her into an abortion with the tantalizing offer of marriage later on Her parents are supportive in helping her make a better choice Sandy ends up livin [...]

    21. I chose to review this book because I am adopted Interestingly enough my adoption took place 8 years prior to when Whitlow has the book taking place I was a private adoption in 1966 and the adoption process began six months into the pregnancy I have mixed feelings about this book The book takes place in 1974, the height of Roe vs Wade and what I would consider a much better understanding of teen pregnancy than what was expressed to Sandy Her mother was worried about what people would think than [...]

    22. I figured I d be a little attached to this story, given that the description lays out how emotional of a story it is, and if you follow my reviews you know how I like an emotional story I had no idea how drawn into this one I would become I loved the story and the characters I couldn t help but be drawn into this one It lead me to one long sleepless night because I couldn t put it down I had to see how it was going to end.Sandy seems to have her head on her shoulders, except for the fact that sh [...]

    23. I have long been a fan of this author right here Robert Whitlow has written some really great books and this new one, The Choice, was one of my favorites.Robert Whitlow knows how to write a good book I mean one that gets you interested and then keeps your interest the whole way through Have you ever read a book that you just couldn t finish I know I sure have Been several that I couldn t get into But that is not the case for this book The Choice covers a very delicate subject or should I say, se [...]

    24. It s amazing what one night alone at a lake with a handsome football star, a bit of alcohol and a car with a spacious back seat can do to change a girl s life When popular cheerleader Sandy Lincoln learned she was pregnant, she was shocked and confused Back in 1974, there was still a stigma connected to getting pregnant out of wedlock In her small town school in rural Georgia, a pregnant girl was expelled from school, so as not to be a bad influence on other students It pretty much guaranteed he [...]

    25. Not many books can affect me the way The Choice did and I read this in one day within a matter of hours Regardless of what side you stand on in the abortion debate this book will have you thinking about what it means to be pro life and pro choice AKA pro abortion At the end of the book in the note from Robert Whitlow he says In this novel I want to show that the same word can apply to a woman s decision not to abort her baby I totally appreciate it because regardless of what side we are on we ea [...]

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