All There Is: Love Stories from StoryCorps

All There Is: Love Stories from StoryCorps

by Dave Isay
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Heart2Heart More than 1 year ago
Since 2003, StoryCorps has collected and archived more than 40,000 interviews from more than 70,000 participants, each week airing one of NPR's Morning Edition. Love is perhaps StoryCorp's greatest theme, present in almost every interview and All There Is focuses on romantic love, collecting stories from around the country into three broad categories: Love Found, Love Lost, and Love Found At Last. The touching personal narratives cover the widest range of couples - lifelong partners and newlyweds, long-distance relationships forged by e-mails and letters, and love stories that reach across wars, illness, and even death. Here are some of the stories you will find within the covers of All There Is: Love Stories from StoryCorps by Dave Isay: Michael Fazio and Sonya Baker in Murray, Kentucky. Michael was a toll collector when he caught Sonya's eye during her regular commute. One day she asked Michael out to dinner, and they've traveled through life together ever since. Leroy Morgan remembers his late wife, Vivian and they time they read a sign that said Successful Marrige that neither would ever forget that would contain six points to always to say to your wife or husband. Their marriage lasted fifty-three years, two months and five days and if he's able to enter into the pearly gates of heaven, Leroy will walk all over God's heaven until he finds Vivian. The first thing he plans on doing is asking her to marry him all over again. My all time favorite was a story from Beverly Eckert, 55 who remembers her husband Sean Rooney and that last phone call she shared with him as he remained in the South Tower on the morning of September 11th, trapped on the 105th floor and tried in vain to escape but was not able. It would be a phone call she would never forget and also her life would be claimed as well in a plane crash in 2009. If you are a romantic at heart or simply love great love stories that show love can outlast even death, then this is simply the collection of stories for you. I received this book compliments of TLC Book Tours for my honest review and fell in love over and over again. There were stories simply too good that once I finished them, I had to read them out loud to my husband. Those were the "Ah moments in our day." I can't recommend this book enough as a great collection for hopeful romantics, and a great anniversary or wedding gift. With that I rate this book a 5 out of 5 stars.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Short stories from the StoryCorps. A great book. The whole series of these books will bring tears to your eyes at least once.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Started it tonight and finished it tonight. What a great read about love,loss,hope and finding love when you werent even looking. Must take some of these words of advice and use them in my life.
Of_Books_and_Birds More than 1 year ago
I really love all the StoryCorps books. These are real lives and thoughts and stories of real people. What better way to preserve history than through every day people in their own words? In this book they focus on stories of love, enduring love... and each one captures you in a way that reminds you how important love is in our lives!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed reading the love stories in this collection. Most were very moving, all of them were interesting and touching. I am looking forward to reading other collections of stories from StoryCorps. I find the whole concept of Story Corps intrguing, and would be interested in locating a recording booth near my location, so that I too may share some stories.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Some are better than others, but the beauty of this book is the honest and unvarnished interviews about love--lost and found. True stories that really are about what makes the world go round.
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