A Thousand Tomorrows
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About "A Thousand Tomorrows"
Bestselling author Karen Kingsbury weaves a powerful story of a young couple whose love must face the ultimate challenge.
Meet the Author
Karen Kingsbury is America's favorite inspirational novelist with over 5 million books in print. Her Life-Changing Fiction has produced multiple bestsellers including Even Now, One Tuesday Morning, Beyond Tuesday Morning, and the popular Redemption Series. An award-winning author and newly published songwriter, Karen has had several movies optioned for production and her Christmas novel, Gideon's Gift, is as a major motion picture.
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I absolutely loved this book. From the very first chapter I was engrossed in the lives of the characters, and could hardly put the book down! Unlike other books I have read by Karen Kingsbury, 'A Thousand Tomorrows' is not explicitly a 'Christian' book. Don't get me wrong - there are very strong themes on forgiveness, true love and life after death, and the characters do indirectly talk about prayer and faith, but it is done a lot more subtly that other Kingsbury books (e.g. the Bailey Flannigan series). For this reason, this book would make a good choice if you were look for a 'good' book to give to a non-Christian, without scaring them off by something they might find 'too preachy'. A Thousand Tomorrows is the first book in a series, but can be read as a standalone book. If you enjoyed books such as Nicholas Sparks' 'A Walk to Remember', then you will like this one. Just one last comment - I purchased the 'mass market' edition, and while it was fine, the text is quite small and close together. I'd recommend getting one of the other editions.
I read a review that said Karen Kingsbury is the queen of Christian fiction which spurred me into buying a pile of her novels. This one was particularly different from the others that I read. It didn't have bible texts throughout it nor did it have the recurring themes which tend to make Kingsbury novels rather "samish'. The character development was good but as far as literature goes I found it a bit weak. I wouldn't lend it to a friend saying that it was worth reading.