Book Reviews of Tilly

Tilly
Tilly
Author: Frank E. Peretti
ISBN-13: 9781581345605
ISBN-10: 1581345607
Publication Date: 7/7/2003
Pages: 128
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 24 ratings
Publisher: Crossway Books
Book Type: Paperback
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you have to read it to love it
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"Kathy looked at the little gravestone again. Now she could see it clearly. It bore just that one name, Tilly....She couldn't take her eyes away. She didn't want to. She stooped down to look. Only one date. Only one. Nine years ago.?"

Kathy and Dan Ross are just like any other young couple. No one would ever imagine what secrets lie buried in their souls until Kathy is captivated by that simple name on a tiny gravestone and their lives are changed forever.

Originally presented as a radio drama on Focus on the Family, Tilly is a deeply moving novel-an unforgettable story of life, love and Christ's forgiveness.

A touching story. Quick read.
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This book is awesome! It is touching and healing for anyone who has had an abortion. It is also very good for anyone thinking about it as well. Frank Peretti is a great writer. I highly recommend any of his books!

~Andie~
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This a very short book about a young couple who is captivated by the one name -- Tilly -- on a tiny gravestone. Pretty good suprise ending.
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WOW!!! what a book! A very easy read....even for those who don't read books very often...I read this in a couple of hours. A great story of acceptance, forgiveness, and true love in Christ!
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A short but beautiful story.
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I was disappointed in this book. It was not as good as I had hoped. I normally like Frank Peretti. It was good, but it seemed there was a big piece of the puzzle missing.