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- Print Length: 304 pages
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- Publisher: Zondervan (July 8, 2012)
- Publication Date: July 8, 2012
- Sold by: HarperCollins Publishing
- Language: English
- ASIN: B006BJH6VU
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
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- #1511 in Books > Christian Books & Bibles > Literature & Fiction > Romance
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And while the Baxters have always been a bit unrealistic... this book went too far. FIVE family members died simultaneously and a week later everybody was at a birthday party? Nobody got angry or fell apart or questioned God? They all just immediately accepted God's will and a year later were fine? Give me a break. REAL grief is ugly and messy and does not resolve itself so quickly. This could have been a good opportunity to deal with the issues and pain of tragedy (she did a good job when Ashley's baby died) and how faith can survive even the worst agony. But being fake and putting a happy face on suffering just cheapens real faith and perpetuates the myth that "real Christians" are always joyful.
Now to the BIG question--it hit me during the "letter reading scene".Read more ›
After reading Loving, I intended not to read another Karen Kingsbury book, however I couldn't resist reading the last Baxter book. I found myself thinking..... again?! How many tragedies can one family go through? Murder, fatal pregnancy defects, cheating, breast cancer, 911, drug addiction, a drowning and the list goes on. I guess I was hoping for a happy ending.If she was going to pick one family for this to happen to, I guess she did pick the right one. There wasn't a book about Erin that I remember so i did feel a little less connected to her and her family... but still. Also, I felt a bit disconnected from the family's reaction to the tragedy. No one got angry at God. They all just accepted that they were in a better place. This just seems unrealistic to me. I also didn't like that she put Bailey and Brandon in this book. It did not fit in with the storyline at all and after all the hooplah with the last book, you would think she would stay far away from that topic. (and to add in that Cody and Andy were engaged????) Blegh! The parts of the book that I liked reminded me of "like dandelion dust". Overall, the book was ok. It wasn't what I hoped for but it was far better than the series on Bailey. It was a little more true to her older writing style. Anyways, I'm still not ready to swear her off for good, but I am glad that she is moving on to new characters, seperate from the Baxters and the Flannigans.
Her books were much better without the commercials and without the Hollywood drama and soap opera. There are so many Christian authors who are much better than Karen Kingsbury, and I will become readers of those writers.
Perhaps I am the fool though because Karen has made millions off of people such as myself because she started off as a really great writer. She truly wrote "Life Changing Fiction," and I eagerly awaited her books.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very good story but...SPOILER ALERT....should be read LAST of the Baxter stories because it finishes up the saga. If you read it before all the others you will know what happens.Published 12 days ago by Troizana
I love all of Karen Kingbury books. They make me cry and laugh and they always have a Christian life lesson to learn.Published 13 days ago by Walter Meckley
Not until the end of the book did I find out this book is the last in a series. It is also the first book I have read by Karen Kingsbury. I cried all the way through this book. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Luv2Read
Such a beautiful story! I didn't realize it was the final book in a series so now I will have to go back and read all the others!Published 1 month ago by Renita
Karen Kingsbury brings back the Baxter family in the book Coming Home, a continuation of their story that Kingsbury has written many books about in the past. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Agent 355
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