Saturday, August 3, 2013

Audio Book Review of Reunion by Karen Kingsbury and Gary Smalley narrated by Sandra Burr

Reunion | [Karen Kingsbury, Gary Smalley]
Reunion by Karen Kingsbury with Gary Smalley
 Read by Sandra Burr


Publisher's Summary

A Deadly Diagnosis. . . In the fifth and final book in the Redemption series, plans are being made for a
family reunion. Nearly all the adult Baxter children have a reason to celebrate - except one. As the preparations get under way, a deadly diagnosis sends shock waves through the Baxter family and threatens to tear them apart. A Heartbreaking Secret. . . The reality of what might lie ahead brings each of the Baxters to a place of faith and honesty. In the process, Elizabeth and John come to grips with a secret they haven't shared with anyone, a secret they rarely admit even to themselves. At the same time, a young man is making his rise in Hollywood and wondering about his place in life.
A Glorious Celebration. . . Amidst the threat of sorrow, the Baxters share in their most wonderful celebration of all - a moment to remember that love always wins out, no matter how long the struggle, a reminder that God reigns even in the darkest night.
A story of God's grace and redemption, his victory even in the most difficult times.

My Take:  This is the last book in the first series that involves the Baxter family.  In this book there are several  revelations that have you on the verge of tears of both sorrow and joy.  This book also sets up the next series so perfectly.  The Baxter's meet the challenges head on with their faith and don't hesitate once. And God is faithful and grants a dying wish. 
This was once again an abridged version and I so wish that these were available in the full versions.  Sandra Burr once again does a great job of narrating this book. 

This was taken from my personal audio library.

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