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The Awakening
The Awakening
Author: Angela Hunt
Aurora Rose Norquest is different from her neighbors, different from most people. Still single at thirty-five, she spends every hour of her days and nights in an elegant Manhattan apartment, quietly caring for her invalid mother. — Then her mother dies, and Aurora's world spins on its axis. Reality shatters into startlingly realistic nightmares, ...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780849944819
ISBN-10: 0849944813
Publication Date: 7/7/2004
Pages: 336
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3.8 stars, based on 65 ratings
Publisher: WestBow Press
Book Type: Paperback
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A parable about how God brings us out of lies and deception into a love relationship with him. I liked the supernatural parts to the book.
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Helpful Score: 4
This book is a story with a deeper spiritual meaning. It is about Aurora, a woman struggling with agoraphobia and panic attacks. She cared for her ailing mother without leaving their Manhattan apartment for 10 years. Her mother dies and with the help of a "geekie" young man in the neighboring apartment Aurora searches for information about her famous father who she's never met.
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Helpful Score: 4
Had I known this was Christian fiction I wouldn't have bought it. It would have been a mistake, as this is a lovely book. There isn't Christian content, and the religious content relates strongly to the story and isn't intrusive or overdone. Another reminder that you can't judge a book by it's cover!
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This book is a little different than your normal everyday Christian fiction. It has a good message, but you have to pay attention to the details.
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This is a wonderful tale of a young woman caught by agorophobia & having to care for her ill mother for 10 years. Her life has existed only in the 'truths' that her mother has given her until a new neighbor moves in & challenges those "truths" as well as encouraging her to get some help with her agorophobia. His challenges hurt her but cause her to begin to really think for herself. Plus a series of "nightmares" begin to reveal to her the truth around her that she has denied for so long. I highly recommend this book. Angela Hunt does an excellent job of telling a story on 2 levels while allowing the reader to really feel what the main character is experiencing.
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Aurora Rose has spent a year being a caretaker for her ailing mother who has always dominated her life. When her mother dies, she finds she is unable to leave their 15th floor home for fear of what lies beyound her usual surroundings. Her next door neighboor, Clara was her mother's closest friend and now Aurora's enabler, getting her anything she wants or needs that lies outside of her home. Awakening is the story of Aurora's baby steps as she slowly tries to breakout of her fear and of her need to stay within the walls of her home. The characters are well developed and likeable. I enjoyed this book.
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I was sucked in. Definately good for someone who has lost a loved on. One that they took care of.

Sheri
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I liked this book but it didn't draw me in like the author's other books;The Debt and The Note. I know it was loosely based on the fairy tale characters from sleeping beauty but I just couldn't match it up. It is an interesting book though. I would recommend it to everyone.

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Aurora Norquest has been bound all her life to a lie that she has believed. After the death of her mother, that lie starts to unravel and come to a touching end. It is a roller coaster ride until you get there, so buckle up and read!


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