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by Karen Kingsbury

A CBA Bestseller

It's been three years since 911, but FDNY widow Jamie Bryan keeps waking up to the aching pain of that morning. Determined to find meaning in her grief, Jamie pours her life into volunteer work at St. Paul's, the small memorial chapel across from the site of the Twin Towers. In the stream of broken, grieving people who make their way through the church doors, Jamie connects with two men. Can she open herself to the possibility of loving again?

Download Beyond Tuesday Morning (September 11 Series #2) epub
ISBN: 0786277211
ISBN13: 978-0786277216
Category: Other
Subcategory: Humanities
Author: Karen Kingsbury
Language: English
Publisher: Thorndike Press (December 16, 2005)
Pages: 503 pages
ePUB size: 1729 kb
FB2 size: 1935 kb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 125
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Love at first sight is definitely possible. God put Clay in the right place at the right time. Jamie was in trouble. I loved the way the feelings between them was intertwined with the sadness of 911. It was a very moving story of something this country can never forget. It was sad that Jamie's husband who was killed as a firefighter in the towers didn't live to see her accept her savior. But, I'm sure he knew. This was a wonderful story of love, sorrow and hope.
One Tuesday Morning:

This is the first book I ever read by, Karen Kingsbury. I saw it at the store not long after 911, and because of that, wasn't sure I was up to reading anything about 911. Only because of the fireman on the cover, I bought it. My husband's a fireman.

Well, I was quickly drawn into the story. It was well written and a great read, keeping you turning the pages, wanting to see what happens next.

I finished the book, and thought it was really good; I couldn't get the brother, Clay, out of my mind. I really like his character and felt so bad for him. Little did I know, there was another book. Beyond Tuesday Morning. And guess what...Clay's back!

Beyond Tuesday Morning:

I can't tell you how excited I was to not only find out there was more/another book, but that it was about my favorite character from the first book...Clay!

This is one of those books that stay with you forever. Someday I'll probably read it again. For now, I've convinced my twelve-year-old to read it. I had passed my copy on to a friend; I thought it was that good. I then had to purchase another copy for my daughter to read, but I thought it was well worth it.
This is the second book in a 3 part series. I loved both the first book and this one as well. I am now reading book three of the series. Every time I pick the book up to read I don't want to put it down. Karen Kingsbury is a great writer and I have enjoyed all of her books.
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I loved this trilogy. It was a great story following a women's journey from before, during and after 9/11 and how her life and those of others were affected. This trilogy kept me on the edge of my seat wanting to know what was going to happen next.
This book was good as the 1st one. I hated the fact when I finished it. You get so involved in the book, you don't want to set it down. I highly recommend reading it, but only if you have read Tuesday Morning first. There is a 3rd book out which I am reading now and all 3 are very good reads. I have really enjoyed reading them
Great Series to 911. She really wrote a great sequel. I enjoy all of her books.. I haven't read one that I didn't like from beginning to end. I highly recommend all of her books and have with all my friends that enjoy a good book.
the second book ( follow up of One Tuesday morning) is not quite as good as the first, It is more of a romance but it also shows clearly the hearts of the people affected by the 911 terrorist attack of the Twin Towers.It gives a full ending to the first book. It does seem unusual that the events proceeding in the love between two people does not have to end after death but that life can go on. The child steals the show in this second book.
This sequel to Tuesday Morning is as good, perhaps even better than the first in the series. Karen Kingsbury weaves faith and God into her books in a way that makes a lasting impression. All things work together for good for those who love God, and this book personifies that Bible Quote. One of the best books I've read in a long time.