After nursing her dying mother, Aurora Norquest feels isolated from the living. But when bewildering dreams reveal her mother's untold secret, Aurora questions who is speaking during these wakeless hours. With love as his ally, can neighbor Philip Cannon help her to discern between truth and falsehood, whispers of guilt---and the voice of God? 320 pages, softcover from Nelson.
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Customer Reviews for The Awakening
Review 1 for The Awakening
Date:November 22, 2006
Wow! An unusual story - but one which works on so many levels. In many ways this story is a parable - but it is also a powerful moving contemporary story. Very character driven - and the characters are well drawn. Initially the story started slowly - but once I got through the first 50 pages or so I could not put it down. After reading The Debt as well - I plan to read all of Angela Hunt's books. This is one gifted author!A wonderful read!!!!
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Review 2 for The Awakening
Date:October 24, 2006
What a great read! The characters are intriguing, the setting is different, but works perfectly - A must read for anyone!
What a great book! The story is intriguing and the characters are well written and well developed with realistic flaws and emotions. Occasionally the dream sequences got a little unrealistic, but the book as a whole was captivating.