One Tuesday Morning by Karen Kingsbury

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Registered: 12-18-2003
One Tuesday Morning by Karen Kingsbury
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Fri, 03-17-2006 - 11:27am

I have to admit that I was VERY leary about reading this book because it was christian lit, but all in all I am sooo glad I did. This book is so good, I'd recommend it to everyone. Although it was hard to read the first 100+ pages without tearing up (it brings you back to the memories of 9/11), I think I found it so hard to read because for the first time I could really see and feel how the victims of 9/11 felt, before I think I was just one of the many millions of people to watch it first hand on tv.

This book was about a case of mistaken identity. A man gets a second chance with his family and a woman learns to have faith in God. Eric Micheals has amnesia and is mistaken for a NYC firefighter. He goes to live with Jamie believing it is his wife. Then when he starts having flashbacks he has to live with the realization that he might not be whom everyone thinks he is. A real tear jerker, but so worth it!!

Has anyone read Beyond Tuesday Morning? I have a 2-in-1 edition but I started another book before I read this one. Does it measure up to the first?

Lacy

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Registered: 09-03-2005
Sat, 03-18-2006 - 9:14pm
I know a couple of others have read this book on the board.


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Mon, 03-20-2006 - 10:17am
I had the two in one version, too, but didn't read them back to back.
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Tue, 03-28-2006 - 6:13pm

I just finished the book.