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- Book 3 of 3 in Coming Home (3 Book Series)
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I’ve never been homeless like Austin, nor have I been as rich as Richard and Shelia, but through Hungry for Home, I got a taste of each, and was also able to feel what it might be like to be in the shoes of each. I wrestled with some of their choices, rejoiced in the good news, and wanted to advise them in their tough choices. With fiction, you can immerse yourself in a situation to see how you might react. In this story, there were actions they took that I found I’d be cautious, even resistant in, which got me thinking about truly faith-filled actions. Fiction sometimes allows readers to test their bravery through the situations cast on the page, some ideal, some not so ideal.
I wanted to keep reading to find out how it would turn out leading to a few late nights. I think this is a good indication of a worthy read. There were shockers/unexpected turns.
I like how Anderson brings up the sacrifices that come with huge promotions, and how these affect the spouse and children. So often people gloss over these issues making it seem like you can have it all, which is totally not true. Someone or something loses or is lost in the choices we make. I like that Anderson isn’t afraid to tell the truth about real issues and the consequences that can follow.
Anderson also does an excellent job of capturing on the page a number of ranges of emotion.
I also appreciate how she weaves faith into her story and that her characters react realistically to crises. There was only one decision that Richard made that I thought was hasty and maybe not as realistic because of the time span involved.Read more ›
Hungry for Home is a heart-tugging story. The characters are so genuine, and their circumstances so trying, you can’t help but love them and want to see things work out for them. From homelessness and hunger to teen pregnancy and drug abuse, Brenda Anderson doesn’t shy away from the realities of the world around us. Her characters see God working in and through their situations in a way that offers hope to each reader, that He is able to do the same in each of our lives as well.
Hungry for Home is the fourth book in the Coming Home series, and I am sad to see these characters’ stories end. It could probably be read as a stand-alone, but the story is much deeper when you understand the background from the previous stories. If you haven’t read them, start at the beginning. You won’t be sorry! :)
(I received a complimentary copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review. The thoughts expressed here are entirely my own.)
My heart is heavy when I read the last word in the book It was saying goodbye to old friends.
This is the final novel in the Coming Home series. You could read it as a stand alone but to give justice to the characters you need to read the entire series.
Richard and Sheila's story is finished in this book and I cried wanting more.
Dare you ask an author to pray about continuing a series? Well I am !!!
I loved every character and how they interacted. Matt, Richard's son is precious.
The true meaning of home is demonstrated in bringing to light the plight of homeless youth in this country.
We need to help youth reach their full potential because they are our future leaders.
If I could give a rating more than 5 ,I would.
Thank you for the privilege of reviewing this series and giving me advance copies in exchange for my honest opinion.
This book didn’t disappoint. It picked right up where the last one ended and I was immediately transported back into the family. I loved every single chapter and ended up reading it in one day, something I haven’t done in ages because I didn’t want to put it down. I love Sheila, Richard, Sheila’s parents, Matthew, Austin, Brittany, and the whole family. It was an amazing story and one I didn’t want to end. In fact, it hasn’t ended because I’m still thinking about them long after I read “The End.”
The book had many different layers and stories within the stories. I was entertained, I cried, laughed, thought, and was inspired and challenged and encouraged. It had all the elements of a great story because it touched me deeply and personally. I love Ms. Anderson’s style of writing and how she creates such believable characters - people who are humanly flawed yet keep looking to God to help them change more into his image daily.
I’m sad I don’t have any more in this series to look forward to, but I’m excited to think about what other series I will get to read from this amazing author. Great book - you will want to read the whole Coming Home series and have a chance to fall in love with the Brooks family like I did.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I loved going along the journey with the Brookes family. The story is well-written with complex characters. Read morePublished 16 days ago by macilravy
Was one of the greatest series I have ever read! Hated for it to end!!!Published 1 month ago by Joyce Drawdy
Alicia Kay-This book shows you that God's dreams are much better than our own. You have to trust Him to follow his dreams for you. Read morePublished 2 months ago by KSK with Alicia Kay
Wow! Love this book. Great story of entertaining characters. Love the various stories woven together. Didn't want to put this one down.Published 3 months ago by Mel Taylor
Thank you for the journey with this family. Our relationships with families can be very complicated and it is sad to to see people struggle when that don't have Christ in their... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jonette Finley
I have loved getting to know Richard and Sheila, their family and friends. Their challenges are real life situations which God helped them thru. Well worth the readPublished 4 months ago by Rachelle
Great book. Enjoyed greatly. Will buy from this author again.Published 4 months ago by Addie E. Craine
The first book I ever read by BRENDA S ANDERSON was CHAIN OF MERCY, about Richard Brooks. So when I spotted
HUNGRY FOR HOME and discovered it was a continuance of Richards... Read more
I just loved this book! The best one in this series! The depth of each character was so real and I got wrapped into this story in such a deep way! I was so sad to see it end. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Kelly Y.
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