Amazing book - I couldn't put it down. Sequel to One Tuesday Morning.
It's been 3 years since Jamie's FDNY husband perished during 9/11. Determined to help with her grief, Jamie pours into volunteer work at St. Paul's, a memorial chapel across from where the Twin Towers once stood. Jamie connects with two men-a firefighter forever changed by the attacks, and a Los Angeles police officer. Jamie opens herself to the possibility of loving again.
This book is a sequel to the book "One Tuesday Morning" which is a phenomenal book using the events of 9/11 with the characters of the book. You should definitely read the first book before you read this sequel because you may be lost. But, this book is a wonderful continuation of a beautiful story!!
Great conclusion to the One Tuesday Morning story. It brings back a lot of memories of the terrorist attacks but also gives hope.
The Sequal to One Tuesday Morning picks up the story of Jamie, young woman, widowed by the 9-11 Terrorist Attack. Through more twists of author Karen Kingsbury's storyline, Jamie comes face to face with the man who could be Jake's near-twin. She continues dealing with her grief wrapped in the comfort of the chapel at St. Paul's, surrounded by memories of 9-11-01.
This sequel to One Tuesday Morning was an awesome read. The story was nicely tied up, and the circle complete as the characters 3 years down the road begin to live their lives again after the terrible tragedy of 911. Our nation went through a very dark period, and the author helps us embrace the sadness, then move forward with the help of God just as she did with her main character, Jamie Bryan. The two part series is the first I have read from Karen Kingsbury, but will definitely not be the last.
She is an awesome author! Great book.
Absolutely wonderful. Everyone should be able to read this.
Truly loved this book. It shows that God is in control no matter what the situation and what our will is but His is the Perfect will. IF we give ourselves totally and unconditionally over to Him there are many miracles to be given to us.
After reading One Tuesday Morning, the best book I have ever read, this is a must. Karen Kingsbury has taken the letters and feeling from the 911 survivors and continued the story. A must read. Fantastic Book !
Excellent fiction reading regarding feelings after 9/11 tragedy and how several people may have felt a few years after. I have not read the first book in the series as it was not available but I have also read book 3, Every Now and Then, of the 9/11 series which includes some of the same characters and was an interesting story.
Great book that keeps your interest throughout.
the sequel to One Tuesday morning. A real tear jerker. A great read. These are the first two books of kingsbury I have read and I plan to read more.
This book was FABULOUS as is all of Karen's books. Enjoy it.
great sequel! Karen Kingbury is my new fave author definitely Read One Tuesday Morning... a story based around Sept 11th events not a true story however
The sequal to "One Tuesday Morning." A great read that will not leave you as emotionally drained as the first. It gives you a sense of completeness after reading OTM.
After reading the first book, I couldn't wait to get this one. It was a little predictable and I didn't care for the parts written in the little girl's point of view, but overall it was a great conclusion to the story.
Great sequel to her first moving account of Sept. 11. She's such a great writer her books are always real and enjoyable.
I loved the first book "Tuesday Morning" and was super excited to see there was a follow up. I think the follow up was excellent.
Awesome book! Even better than the first (One Tuesday Morning).
This book had a sweet story, infused with religious references.
Awesome book, sequel to One Tuesday Morning. Kingsbury does it again!
This book was fabulous!! It drew me in the first chapter and I couldn't put it down. A very feel good book!
A terrible tragedy; one woman's discovery. A chance to love again.
Beautifully written.This is the continuing story of One Tuesday Morning. WOW. I am giving this one 5 stars but truth be known I liked this one less then One Tuesday Morning. I felt the story was pushing a little to hard and some of characters were a little flat. I felt Kingsbury did a good job of telling a fiction story about a horrific time in all of our lives.
Jamie Bryan, the Sept. 11 firefighter's widow whose story was told in One Tuesday Morning, learns to live again without her husband. But can she open her heart to love again, especially if it means facing one of her worst fears?
Excellent book. The author had me following along right along with the characters. I also love that she incorporates faith an the bible into her writings. It gives me renewed hope.
Couldn't put this book down.After reading One Tuesday morning, I was really looking forward to reading this too. Great Author!!!