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Leaving (Bailey Flanigan Series) Paperback – March 15, 2011
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After another audition,she waits anxiously to hear if she's made it. Bailey's parents brace themselves for the inevitable day when she leaves the family nest. Meanwhile, Cody, Bailey's once boyfriend, has disappeared without a word, leaving a hole in her heart...and in her family's. Why hasn't he contacted them? Ashley and Landon are friends of the Flanigans, and Ashley worries about Landon's cough. As a firefighter, he volunteered at Ground Zero, and Ashley wonders if he has suffered side effects. Their son, Cole, will soon be aging out of the Little League and is growing up. Leaving is about families and relationships and the different kinds of 'leaving' that occur in life. Well-drawn characters and hometown stories make this another Kingsbury hit. -- CBA Retailers & Resources <br><br> (CBA Retailers & Resources) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Top Customer Reviews
This Cody/Bailey storyline has been going on for years already. Now, I see that Karen's going to drag it our over four MORE books. Ugh. I'm really struggling to finish and I'm not sure I have it in me to read all four of them.
First of, as another person mentioned in their review- the Cody and Bailey drama is OLD AND TIRED. I wish they would either get together or be done with each other. I'm not sure I'll be able to read three more books about them and their drama.
The next problem I had with this book (and with some of Karen's other books) is that everybody's dreams come true and everyone has plenty of money. I feel like she gives very little credit to people who want to have normal lives and normal careers. It would be nice to read about normal people honoring God through normal jobs such as teachers, bus drivers, stay at home moms, coaches who don't get famous or win all the time, librarians, waitresses, etc. People who don't have money all come from broken homes or bad situations. What ever happened to honest hard working middle class families?
My last problem with this book is that Karen can't keep her character's straight. Her information has been so inconsistent that it's hard to keep up with. I thought Brooke was the oldest sister? This book says it's Kari. Janessa was born "Janessa Belle" in Sunset and in this book she was "Janessa Faith." Another thing I have found is that the age gap between Connor and Bailey is forever growing. The book says they're three years apart, but I don't see how that is possible if she is 21 and he's a junior in high school. That would make them four or five years apart. Those are only a few examples, but there were several little botched details like that throughout the book and they were kind of annoying.
Overall, I would have to say this book was ok, but pretty disappointing. Hopefully the next one will be better.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I didn't feel Ike I couldn't wait to find out what would happen. It wasn't one of Karen's best works.0Published 12 days ago by Marilyn Hammma
Love all your books. They are so inspirational. I end up being a better Christian, or at least trying to be.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I Love Karen Kingsbury books! This was a great book of hers. I liked being able to hear some more about the best characters, the Baxters, but also starting another family series.Published 5 months ago by Daidra Jagger