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Home Again: Stories of Restored Relationships Paperback – November 1, 2010
"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Pre-order today
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In my future storms I will remember the marriage that didn't work, the twin brothers who were far from identical in their thinking and the parents with a daughter who had strayed. It's impossible to read any one of these stories without crying, without praying softly and without thanking the LORD for never giving up on us no matter how muddy our road.
It is always necessary for me to think again about faith, rebuild it or add two more bricks here and there and a brush of paint with the help of the LORD. HOME AGAIN by WANDA B. CAMPBELL & Friends made me hum old hymns: What A Friend We Have in Jesus, Crown Him With Many Crowns and Sweet Hour of Prayer and last but not least, Somebody Bigger Than You And I. I am so glad to have begun this book at the beginning of the year and not the end of it. I will remember the characters throughout the year and years to come. Then, I will pick myself up and start all over again because God never leaves me.
By the way I certainly enjoyed turning back and forth to read the brief biographies of each author. Truly, the book is put together with love.W.B. Campbell Publications
The Basement by Wanda B. Campbell tells the story of Lorna, a woman that finds out that her ex-husband is not who she believed him to be. Lorna also learns that he has put people's lives in danger because of the secrets he has kept. The Master Bedroom Suite by Shenette Jones tells about Minister Hall and her husband, Markus, who have both stepped outside of their marriage. Once their affairs are out in the open, the Halls, will have to decide whether they will restore their trust and love in their marriage. The Nursery by Bernard Boulton is about twin brothers who cannot get along. One brother's betrayal will cause a family to go a long time before the healing and forgiving can become a reality. The Family Room by Tavares S. Carney is about Louise and Roland who have kept important information from their daughter. Once Tasha finds out she will have to decide if she can forgive her parents. The Back Porch by Linda F. Beed is about friendship and going over and beyond to help others. Charmayne does just that and pays the price. After she has done her time, the same friends she helped will help rebuild her trust in God.
These nine stories give readers a glimpse into the lives of family and friends and their healing process. I enjoyed this collaboration of restoration. Each author gives readers a different glance at love, friendship, and caring for others. I recommend this book to others.
This book was provided by author Wanda B. Campbell for review purposes.