Unlimited [Classics Book] ↠ Remember - by Karen Kingsbury Gary Smalley ✓


  • Title: Remember
  • Author: Karen Kingsbury Gary Smalley
  • ISBN: 9781414304014
  • Page: 192
  • Format: ebook

  • Convinced she could make it on her own, Ashley Baxter has kept the most important people in her life at a distance her family, the man who loves her, and the God she is sure can never forgive her Now, just as she begins to open her heart, the events of September 11 rip into Ashley s world and she is led to heartbreaking and hope filled decisions that will forever changeConvinced she could make it on her own, Ashley Baxter has kept the most important people in her life at a distance her family, the man who loves her, and the God she is sure can never forgive her Now, just as she begins to open her heart, the events of September 11 rip into Ashley s world and she is led to heartbreaking and hope filled decisions that will forever change her life This story vividly illustrates that we must value others than ourselves, and it drives home one of Gary Smalley s key messages Honor one another Remember is second in the five book Redemption series by Gary Smalley and Karen Kingsbury that centers around the Baxter family As readers follow the hopes and struggles of the family, they will explore key relationship themes as well as the larger theme of redemption, both in characters spiritual lives and in their relationships Each book includes study questions for individual and small group use as well as a teaser chapter of the next book in the series.
    Karen Kingsbury Gary Smalley
    Karen Kingsbury, 1 New York Times bestselling novelist, is America s favorite inspirational storyteller, with than twenty five million copies of her award winning books in print Her last dozen titles have topped bestseller lists and many of her novels are under development with Hallmark Films and as major motion pictures Her Baxter Family books are being developed into a TV series slated for major network viewing sometime in the next year Karen is also an adjunct professor of writing at Liberty University In 2001 she and her husband, Don, adopted three boys from Haiti, doubling their family in a matter of months Today the couple has joined the ranks of empty nesters, living in Tennessee near five of their adult children.See at authorsmonandschuster K

    Remember With the aid of a fellow Auschwitz survivor and a hand written letter, an elderly man with dementia goes in search of the person he believes to be responsible for the death of his family in the death camp to kill him himself. Remember Definition of Remember by Merriam Webster Choose the Right Synonym for remember remember, recollect, recall, remind, reminisce mean to bring an image or idea from the past into the mind remember implies a keeping in memory that may be effortless or unwilled. Remember Define Remember at Dictionary Remember, recall, recollect refer to bringing back before the conscious mind things which exist in the memory Remember implies that a thing exists in the memory, though not actually present in the thoughts at the moment to remember the days of one s childhood. Remember Synonyms, Remember Antonyms Thesaurus Synonyms for remember at Thesaurus with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions Find descriptive alternatives for remember. Remember film Remember is a drama thriller film directed by Atom Egoyan and written by Benjamin August.Starring Christopher Plummer, Bruno Ganz, Jrgen Prochnow, Heinz Lieven, Henry Czerny, Dean Norris and Martin Landau, it was a co production of Canada and Germany. Remember Rotten Tomatoes Remember tells the story of Zev Guttman Academy Award R Winner Christopher Plummer , a year old struggling with memory loss who is living out his final years in a serene retirement home A


    Commentaires:

    Stephany
    This book. Oh, my goodness, this book. Tugged at my heartstrings more than any other book has. I am in love with the Baxter family. In love with their stories, their heartaches. I feel like they are a part of me now.I knew beforehand that Karen Kingsbury does not write books that are full of fluffy Christianity, puppies, and rainbows. She writes about things that are tough and hard. Christians who are persecuted. Christians questioning their faith. Christians going through good times and bad tim [...]

    LadyCalico
    An OK fast light read for when you are in the mood for a soap opera. YA level of writing makes it a good choice on evenings when you are too tired to concentrate or engage your brain, but it would be a more enjoyable novel if any of the characters would grow a brain and engage it--but that would make it a shorter, leaner novella. This sausage was made with too much filler and not enough meat.

    Tamara Tilley
    REMEMBER, the second installment in the Redemption Series traveled at a quicker pace than it’s predecessor. While still keeping the reader in touch with the entire Baxter family, this book centered more on Ashley – the self prescribed black sheep of the family, and Luke – the perfect son whose life isn’t so perfect anymore. Ashley has never felt like she’s fit in. Her close-knit Christian family is what others would consider ideal. But Ashley would call them “safe”. Ashley sought o [...]

    Donna
    What a good book, I liked it better than the first one in the series. It brought back memories of 9/11 and what a horrific day in our Nations history. Very well written, Ashley was so compassionate with the patients she cared for, thank goodness Belinda finally got her due. Now on to book 3.

    Allison
    I'm not much of a reader of Christian fiction, though I have read it in the past. I was mostly expecting to make fun of this book and I certainly wasn't expecting to get pulled completely into the story. But of course I was! Yes, it was a little soap opera-ish and sometimes felt a little too much like a Victorian morality story from a pamphlet preaching the consequences of sin, and there were parts that grated just a little too much with my worldview, but overall I found it a pretty fun read. Th [...]

    Elizabeth
    This was an emotional book for me, I found myself in tears throughout. September 11 though many years ago still effects me greatly and when reading about those days events or seeing them on the screen it takes me back to the sadness of that day and the days that have followed. So between the fact that this book takes place during those events and then add in some adorable older people struggling with Alzheimer and it was a recipe for tears. This was another great read in the Baxter Family Series [...]

    Mayda
    The overly dramatic rendition in this audio version does nothing but add to the melodrama of this tale. The sad saga of the Baxter family moves ever onward in this second installment. Perhaps I would find this series more credible if the characters didn’t seem so stereotypical and plastic and didn’t constantly tear up and cry so consistently. I found myself focusing in on the characters, just trying to find one that could make it through to the end of the book dry-eyed. (I didn’t find one. [...]

    Cydnie
    The second in the Baxter Family / Redemption series. In the first novel we meet the Baxter family, but the novel is centered on the daughter Kari.In Remember, the focus is on Ashley. Ashley went to Paris for a year just after high school and came home pregnant, no longer religious, and harboring a secret that shapes and affects all of her personal relationships. In this novel, we relive the events of September 11, 2001. Many of the characters in the story are shaken by these events and it affect [...]

    Ashley Montgomery
    This is the 2nd book of the Redemption series and focuses on the daughter Ashley, and how she comes to realize who she is in this world. This is a more slower-paced book then the 1st book, (hence the 4 star rating) however it is just as great. Ashley is a very relatable character that has given into the worldly scene which has left her with a son without a father. She seems to pass her son off on her parents as they raise him the majority of the time while she discovers who she is in this life a [...]

    Michael
    The Redemption series is remarkable mainly for showing real people, real Christians, handling very much real world problems. Not for the faint of heart. If you just want a feel good romance type novel, go see Beverly Lewis. This is more modern day, and the characters are not perfect, nor does everything always have a happy ending. Parts of this book were difficult to read, because you weren't sure that Christian ideals and principles were really going to be upheld, or whether it would descend to [...]

    Cathlee
    I have read many books by Karen Kingsbury. When I first started reading them I couldn't get enough.d it seemed to take "forever" for her next book to come out. After a while though, I felt I knew what was going to happen once I had started reading each book. I stopped reading her books after that - I don't like to waste my time by pretty much knowing the outcome once I've started reading. Her books are wonderful - if I felt I was reading a complete different series that would have a different ou [...]

    Kate
    Didn't realize this was of Christian novel genre when I picked it up and generally wouldn't have given it a second look. There is an interesting possibility in developing the Baxter family characters, unfortunately itdoesn't happen. It reads like a soap opera and provided a "jelly read" (your mind turns to jelly if you read too many of these). Evidently part of a series, but have no intention of reading any more of the series. I've struck out twice on latest reads.

    Laura
    Light read. Missing some substance in parts. Enjoyed some parts more than others. just okay.

    Dana Smith-wells
    I like this series of books because everything is not just "happily ever after". I think it's more realistic than some.

    Ashley
    Love Ashley Baxter and her story! You find out why Ashley is the way she is, and her rediscovery of her faith!

    Amy
    This family is becoming so dear to my heart. I wish they were real instead of fictional. While reading I tend to forget this is just a piece of fiction, instead of a story about a real family.

    Anne Marie
    This book primarily focused on Ashley Baxter. Since coming back from a trip to Paris to hopefully become a successful artist, she has been withdrawn from the family and doesn't seem to fit in. She's lucky to have to her parents to baby-sit her son, Cole. Landon Blake has wanted to be a part of her life since their school days, but Ashley doesn't think it would work since they're so different. They start spending more time together anyway. Landon loves Cole, and Ashley slowly realizes that she ac [...]

    Cafinated Reads Molly
    Another re-read review for me. I haven't read through the Baxters in some time, and lately I've been missing my momma, so I am glad to be back to the Baxters. They bring me closer to her since she hooked me on them. So, when I finished Redemption, I jumped into Remember and was not disappointed. Much like the first book, you feel like coming home with this one, too. Remember is a story that hits home with me. I was lost for a time, but with my mother's love and my father's love and the love of t [...]

    Nathania
    The second book of Karen Kingsbury’s “Redemption” series was just as heart gripping as the first one. On September 11, 2001, everyone in New York suffered from the loss of the Twin Towers, including Ashley Baxter and her family. Now working to take care of Alzheimer’s patients, Ashley’s ability love is coming back after losing it in Paris. She now sees Landon Blake, a firefighter who has loved her since middle school, in a different light. But Landon’s friend Jalen Hale is caught in [...]

    Jeanne
    This is ther second book in the Redemption series. The main focus is the relationship between Ashley Baxter and Landon Blake, though the story follows the entire Baxter family. I liked Ashley's interaction with Alzheimer's patients through her job. The September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks are prominent. I find that even after 16 years, I am not ready for this, and actually experienced a cold chill in the room while reading. My major criticism of this series is that the books do not stand alone. [...]

    Rachel Anders
    This book is the second in the Redemption series. This book tells the story of Ashley Baxter and her life after her growing up in a Christian home. After taking a job in an Alzheimer's patients home Ashley slowly starts to learn what love is--then 9/11 happens and tragically a Baxter sibling falls victim to the aftermath that shakes their faith to the core.This is a book of tragedy and healing, hurt and forgiveness. Redemption and a powerful lessons about remembering.

    PJ
    This book made me cry. I could identify with many of the feelings of the characters in this story. The details about September 11, 2001 were very sad and very well described. LOVED the part about the Alzheimer's patients where Ashley works. I loved how she made their lives better and more meaningful. This series is getting better with each new book. I am loving the Baxter family and can't wait to read the next book.

    Allison Sullivan
    It's so refreshing to see characters stumble and question their faith and also to find their faith in the midst of tragedy. Some people don't like stories like that but it makes the characters that much more real and I can relate to them more as well as the story. I was rooting for Ashley and Landon, Kari and Ryan, and for Brooke and Peter. I loved the Alzheimer's story line. I was able to learn more about it, having no real life experience with it. Excellent novel!

    Jeanne
    Remember - Karen KingsburyAnother incredible book I could not put down.I am seeing life differently through your books.It's truly life changing fiction.Thank you Karen and God for your AMAZING talent and sharing it with us.God bless

    Heatherhh
    I loved the nursing home storyline. It was engaging and wonderful, and not a typical plot focus. There was a brief scene which very realistically dealt with the great temptation to not remain pure and made it clear how easy it can be to go too far if you're not really careful. Christian fiction rarely deals very accurately with this real temptation. I used that scene to have a really good discussion with my teens and preteens.The amount of melodrama happening in just one family grates on my nerv [...]

    Cydney Eliza
    I've had enough of these two idiot sisters! I doubt I will continue the series. This one was especially boring.

    Frieda
    Wow. wow.

    AlegnaB †
    4.5

    Nicole Rezler
    I love this series. It is emotionally overwhelming but o couldn't put it down

    Desiree Lumpkins
    Love it too!

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