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Between Sundays 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 33 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book has to be my favorite book I have read. Its a tear jerker in some chapters and makes your face light up in others. It by far won five stars in my opinion.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Awesome book. Didn't want it to end.
Kellie-Ann Davis More than 1 year ago
this is one of karen kingsbury's BEST books!
Gulfview More than 1 year ago
Very interesting, another of Karen kingsbury's wonderful books. Every book i read by this author is better than the next- but this one is really a"MUST" read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great for anyone!
GLP5 More than 1 year ago
Very moving story of a child's belief and dreams!!
farklee More than 1 year ago
I have read all of Karen Kingsbury's books but I missed this one, I am sure glad I found it. This was a wonderful story with a happy ending. The lesson that things can change, The boy stuck to his belief that his mother would not lie to him and in the end the truth set them all free.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
THIS STORY IS ABOUT HOW A LITTLE BOY FIND HIS FATHER AND HOW HIS FATHER AND FOSTER MOTHER GET TOGETHER IT IS REALLY GOO! sorry about caps didn't realize... -izzy
April Graham More than 1 year ago
First book I read from this author. It was so great that I had to get more from this wonderful author. I now have read all of the redemption series and now waiting on the next release base on the same family.
jrun1 More than 1 year ago
My wife, a librarian at a christian school, wanted me to read this book for her so she could determine whether or not to puchase additional copies for her students to check out. This is an awsome book! I have read over half of it and it is a touching story! I highly recommend it.
erica119schlabach More than 1 year ago
Although I am a devout Christian, I am usually not a big reader of Christian fiction. There is something about it I don't find appealing. It's not what I am looking for when looking to read for pleasure. However, when I picked up this book I couldn't put it down. I fell in love with the characters and the plot and I wanted to keep turning the pages. Kingsbury did a great job with this novel. It tells an inspirational story of redemption and love and how it is what you do between Sundays that counts. This novel is set in the professional football world; however, you don't have to understand sport to enjoy the novel. Kingsbury does an excellent job of explaining the game and what's going on in simple terms so that everyone can understand. Every character brings something different to the table and each has their own unique story. When their stories and lifestyles mix you are left with a story of forgiveness, love, and new life. This novel was very inspiring and left me with many things to think about. Cory, a young boy who is finally reunited with his football star father, is a foster child in the book so you really get a look into the modern day foster care system. After reading about the foster system one of the things that really stuck out to me was that these kids have nowhere to go after they turn 18. They are on their own. It made me want to get involved in some way and help. This is a very inspiring novel and it reinforced the idea to me that true battles in life are won outside of the playing field, whatever that may be. My favorite line in the book was, "choose to live between Sundays that really counts in the end." Life is about how you choose to live between Sundays, not just about what you do when you're on your playing field. I highly recommend this book to anyone, interested in football or not, it is a great reminder of Christ's love and is an inspiring tale altogether.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
“Life isn’t defined by what takes place on the first day of the week, but by how we live it between Sundays.” This quote, from Karen Kingsbury’s book Between Sundays, is fitting because throughout the entire book, a constant theme is how people decide to live their lives between Sundays. This concept does not resonate with star quarterback Aaron Hill. Aaron is caught up in all his fame and glory; not a single thought about those who are less fortunate than he is crosses his mind. That is, until he meets Megan Gunn. She and her foster son, Cory Briggs, are living life day by day. The two individuals have nothing in common except for Cory, who believes that Aaron is his dad. Through a unique occurrence of events that can only be constructed by God, Aaron and Megan find themselves on a journey of self-discovery, learning how to love unconditionally and learning what it means to truly surrender to the path that our Creator intended for us. Kingsbury was able to clearly reveal her purpose behind Between Sundays. As I read the book, I was challenged to give more grace to others whom I encounter in my own life, not only on Sundays, but between Sundays. Kingsbury did a wonderful job capturing my attention from the very beginning; I never wanted to put the book down and I was beside myself when it ended. She knows what it means to bring a book to life, and for that reason, I cannot wait to start another one of her books!
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TammyK1 More than 1 year ago
Between Sundays is THE BEST Karen Kingsbury book I've read thus far. AMAZING!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I needed a book and my gramma reccomended this along with other books by this author. This book is so great. I am not a huge football person but the book focuses on foster life and a dad being a dad. A truly great book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I bought this to listen to on a road trip. Loved the story told and being a fan of football added another level. Highly recommend. Another great story by Karen Kingsbury.
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