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by Karen Kingsbury

Genre: Inspirational, Mainstream

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It's bittersweet to come to the final book in Kingsbury's Baxter family series. The characters almost feel like real people, and it's difficult to let them go. Her concluding installment is filled with spiritual insight and a moving, fitting ending. The theme of redemption is evident throughout the touching prose.

It's a time for saying goodbye, yet it's also a time for new beginnings. Dayne and Katy leave Hollywood to take on their new role in children's theater in Bloomington. Cody is fighting in Iraq, and Bailey deals with some confusing emotions regarding their relationship.

John and Elaine prepare to get married, but that means selling the beloved Baxter home. Each one of these family members and close friends must rely
on their ties to each other and on their strong faith to see them through these tumultuous changes. (TYNDALE, Oct., 328
pp., $13.99)

Reviewed By: Melissa Parcel

Publisher: Tyndale

Published: October 2008

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