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Abiding Echoes (The Echoes of Orson's Folly) (Volume 3) Paperback – November 1, 2014
About the Author
Kay Springsteen cannot remember a time when she wasn’t telling stories… beginning with her earliest memory from about age 3, when, rather than accept punishment for changing her father’s alarm clock and making him late for work, she placed the blame squarely on the pink fuzzy shoulders of her faithful companion, Flopsy, a 10-inch tall, stuffed rabbit with satin ears and black thread whiskers. Over the years, her tales have become more creative and a bit less self-serving. The mother of four adult children, who live everywhere from Michigan to Okinawa Japan to close by her own home in Virginia, she often draws on her own life experiences as well as the experiences of her kids and their spouses for her writing. The kids all know they only way to keep their own lives from being spotlighted is to give up a sibling’s sad or funny story. Everything’s fair game with Mom. And that all makes for lots of fun in her widely scattered but somehow close-knit family. Find Kay on Facebook and at her blog http://kayspringsteen.wordpress.com/--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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I recommend this book, along with the first two books in the series by Kay Springsteen.
I looked back at what I wrote and almost have to chuckle because I feel like the characters in this series are real people, not just a made up story. That is how brilliantly this series is written, how much depth and emotion is poured into these characters by Kay.
You have to read this series, there is just no way to completely and fully describe what a fantastic series this is!
Love is family...
Love is endless...
Love is timeless...
Love is abiding...
This is all true. It tells you a little bit of what to come. Justin loves his wife and does not want to live his life without her. It makes you think the what ifs. I do not want to live my life without my husband, but could I? It also makes me think about how blessed I am.
This was a very powerful emotional read, and an amazing love story. When you find someone like Justin found in Beth, you do not let go. You fight to be together.
One of my favorite phrases in this book is "People...that's the important consideration." This is so true. If it was not for the people in our life, it would be so boring. I know my life would be without my husband and kids.
I give this book 5 out of 5 stars.
Would I recommend this book? Yes! Author? Yes!
Would I read more from this author? Yes!
We met Justin earlier in the books about each of his sons. Justin lost his wife at a younger age and she was the love of his life. No one can take the place of Beth (his Dilly Gal).
This book takes us on the journey of Justin and Beth. We get to see their relationship from start to finish. All the ups and downs, the heart breaks and heart aches, and all the spaces in between.
This was so well written. Great storyline, awesome character dialogue and wonderful description to detail. Written as a multi pov.
All in all, a great read!
Would I recommend this book? Yes! Yes! Yes!
Would I read more from this author? Yes!
Sassy Beta Reading & Review
I LOVED THIS STORY. I found it so entertaining, the way the story is told about Justin and Beth McGee (Dilly Girl). In the beginning it talks of Justin and his grown sons....they are basically taking over the running of the ranch since he has had a heart attack.But he walks in and helps deliver twin calves and has another attack and wakes in a hospital. Though he loves his sons, watching them and their families hurts, reminding him of what he lost, his Dilly Girl. Because from the hospital it goes back in his thoughts to how he met and won the heart of Beth. You better have your Kleenex handy, you will cry some from laughter and some from sadness. You also hear about Jim and Mary McGee (Justin's Parents). This is a wonderful story of Love, stubbornness,happiness, togetherness, separateness ,foolishness,but most of real true love. I WILL LOVE TO READ MORE BY THIS AUTHOR, SHE IS GREAT !!!