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Tyndale House The Sea Glass Sisters - eBook

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Review 1 for The Sea Glass Sisters - eBook
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Fabulous characters

Date:June 4, 2014
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Bookworm
Age:25-34
I’ve never read anything by Lisa Wingate that I didn’t love.
The Sea Glass Sisters is a heartwarming, inspiring read. It’s a prequel to The Prayer Box, and introduces wonderful, warm, unforgettable characters.
Family is important, especially the relationship between women, the nurturers of the human race. This story reveals the dynamics between sisters and daughters.
If you’ve ever lived on an island, or wanted to, you’ll enjoy this book.
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Review 2 for The Sea Glass Sisters - eBook
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Interesting

Date:May 28, 2014
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Virginia
Location:upstate NY
Age:35-44
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This is a novella and prequel to the novel The Prayer Box. Because it is a novella, it is rather short and a light read. I did enjoy it but wished for more of the story and what happened to the characters. Maybe I will find out when I read The Prayer Box.
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Review 3 for The Sea Glass Sisters - eBook
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Light reading but interesting!

Date:January 16, 2014
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Location:The Maritimes
Age:55-65
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I enjoyed this book. Nothing deep but just a nice story about two sisters who have drifted apart and don't see eye to eye. Sometimes we just need to take the time to see life from someone else's perspective.
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Review 4 for The Sea Glass Sisters - eBook
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Weathering the Storms of Life

Date:November 1, 2013
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Barb
Location:Virginia
Age:Over 65
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Lisa Wingate uses, very effectively, a horrifying hurricane as an appropriate analogy for the life storms that strike us all at various times--threatening to demolish all that we hold dear and to render us victims rather than survivors.
The main characters are drawn into each others deepest heart issues by circumstances of life that could wreak disastrous emotional tolls if they do not lean into the LORD's grace and acceptance.
What a heart-tugging experience she weaves. This book is just too short; I would liked to have had a bit more closure on some of the issues!
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Review 5 for The Sea Glass Sisters - eBook
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Kept my interest

Date:October 27, 2013
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Soupie
Location:Sayre,pa
Age:55-65
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I liked it ok, a decent story line. I guess I just expected it to reference Christianity and faith more. Perhaps give the plan of salvation somehow.
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Review 6 for The Sea Glass Sisters - eBook
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Really great book!

Date:July 20, 2013
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eds803
Age:Over 65
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Sea Glass Sisters is another exciting story by Lisa Wingate!
A family disagreement causes a mother and her daughter to drive from Michigan to North Carolina's Outer Banks to see the sister, Aunt Sandy who owns Sandy's Sea Shell Shop, "An ocean of possibilities".
They arrive about the same time as a storm coming up the coast. The daughter and mother help Sandy prepare for the hurricane.
Really great lessons:
"Well, Iola Anne Poole is a woman of the Banks, through and through." Aunt Sandy says it like that explains everything. "This place gets in your blood."
"You don't always realize the golden moments in life when they’re happening. But when they’re gone, you miss them."
"No way out but through the storm." she whispers again. "We’re not alone."
"It's some life, here on these Outer Banks. It really is."
This is another outstanding, interesting and exciting book by Lisa Wingate. I highly recommend this book!
Ed
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Review 7 for The Sea Glass Sisters - eBook
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wonderful read

Date:July 18, 2013
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sandy pb
Location:florida
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This is a great book ! Enjoyed every word. Can hardly wait for Lisa's new book "The Prayer Box". I have read all of her books and they make great gifts for anyone. Even my husband reads her.
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