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    ANGELS WALKING

    GREAT ENTERTAINMENT VALUE AS USUAL FOR KAREN KINGSBURY. VERY INSPIRITUAL AND KNOWLEDGEABLE ABOUT GOD'S WORD. A TEAR JERKER.
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    Angels Walking

    I just finished Angels Walking by Karen Kingsbury yesterday, and I enjoyed it immensely. Angels Walking was such a wonderful story that brought me to tears—in a good way—and left me reminded of how amazing God really is. Tyler Ames just wanted to make them proud. With intense determination, he wanted to show them all—his parents, Sami, everyone who doubted him—that he could do it, that he would make it in the big leagues. But along the way, he got a little lost. Without those who loved him most, Tyler failed remain focused, forgot to be real. So when he hit rock bottom, with nothing left and nowhere else to turn, he felt it. He had failed. Although he did not have a clue how he was going to get out of the mess he made, God did. He was working everything out in ways Tyler never could have imagined. After a series of miraculous events that led Tyler to a job he so desperately needed, there was one question that stood out above the rest. Was this the end, or just the beginning? Samantha Dawson had moved on. She had a nice apartment, a successful job, and a perfect boyfriend whom she had everything in common with. Although her life was different now, deep down inside, she still knew of herself as Sami. With her days almost as stuffy and boring as her grandparents’, it didn’t look like it, but she knew she was. Somewhere deep inside of her was the girl who was fearless, not afraid to live life, not always striving to be perfect. The girl who Tyler knew. But she had been shoved into a closet after Tyler left, along with all the memories of the year they had shared. Working towards her dreams, Sami still thinks of him, still wonders where he is, still knows that things would have been different if he hadn’t gone. She can’t help being curious if he misses her, if their happily ever after never was meant to be. Angels Walking is a heartwarming tale of loss, love, and forgiveness, full of God’s amazing grace and the small but significant acts of the unseen. It is a story that will strengthen your faith and your hope for the future, and for that I give it five out of five bookshelves. Karen Kingsbury has knocked it out of the park once more with this captivating story.
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    Another hit out of the park1

    One of the only books I could read over and over! Such an incredible story of Tlyer Ames a baseball player struggling to truly find the gift God has given him. A book combining the values of forgiveness and showing God's love to everyone you may encounter. You never know when you may be entertaining "Angels Walking."
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    Angels Walking

    Once again Karen Kingsbury has written a book that was very hard to put down until it was done. But, now I'm sad that it is over and I have to go through withdrawal until the next one is released. Angels Walking really showed the importance of letting go of pride and false perceptions in order to be open for love, healing and God's grace. My eyes are open to the possibility that angels are among us carrying out God's plans. I will look at everyday situations with fresh eyes and wondering if some of the people I encounter may be angels. Who knows, maybe the next person I help will have heavenly origins. I will also try to be more open and honest with my loved ones so that our relationships will always be centered around love. Thank you Karen for another wonderful book that I'm sure will touch many, many lives.
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    Great read

    This book was very well written and definitely made you think about afterlife & Angels. She made you believe that there really are angels around us, we just never who we encounter in life might actually be a angel. I love Karen Kingsbury's books, they are all so good.
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