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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: WaterBrook Press
Publication Date: 2009
Availability: In Stock
To step into a Susan Meissner book is to be blessed by a craftsmans tender touch. In Susans hands, we move carefully into compassion, entering the ordinary lives of people who could be our neighbors, ourselves, each doing what we can to staunch the pain of memory. This book opens a gate in the white picket fences of our lives, helping transform memory and secrets so we are no longer held hostage by the past. Beautifully written by a keen observer of the human condition, White Picket Fence will keep you reading into the night and make you sigh with satisfaction at the end. Jane Kirkpatrick, award-winning author of A Flickering Light
This compelling story with its wonderful cast of characters offers hope to all of us who live less than perfect lives behind our white picket fences. Susan Meissner skillfully weaves together parallel storylines to show how healing can come when we risk sharing our secret pain with others. Lynn Austin, author of Until We Reach Home
Susan Meissner just keeps getting better and better. This novel is a deftly woven portrayal of family and friendships, of secrets and sacrifices, one that tiptoes beyond the white picket fence to look at what happens when people stop talking to each other. Siri Mitchell, author of Loves Pursuit
Poetic prose and a cant-put-it down plot make White Picket Fences a great read. A thought-provoking look into a dysfunctional family that thinks it is functional and how an outsider can serve as a means of grace. Caution: be ready to lose a few hours of sleep! Elizabeth Musser, missionary and author of The Swan House, The Dwelling Place, Searching for Eternity and Words Unspoken
White Picket Fences is a beautiful, yet haunting portrayal of what lies beneath a seemingly perfect suburban family. Susan Meissners powerful storytelling woos the reader into the lives of flawed, needy characters, making us ache with them, rejoice with them. Meissner deftly weaves old and new, producing a seamless, satisfying and enduring story. Mary DeMuth, author of Daisy Chain and A Slow Burn
Writing as incandescent as pure flame. Susan Meissner delivers again with a family story that wraps you up and stays with you long after the last page. James Scott Bell, bestselling author of Deceived and Try Fear
Jeannie DonaldsonStatesboro, GAAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Truth behind the "White Picket Fences" of life.August 28, 2012Jeannie DonaldsonStatesboro, GAAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5A wonderful story of truth and restoration. We learn the secrets in the lives of several people and learn the mystical way they overlap in each other's lives. We are drawn into the personal lives of the Janvier family, their niece, her father, and two old men in a nursing home, and as their stories are told we discover the unexpected thread joining them together in a marvelous way that only God can be orchestrating.
In my opinion, the author does not make use of the many opportunities to speak of God, use prayer, or teaching in the situation that present themselves in this story. Certainly not like the books I am accustomed to read. It is not what I would have classified a "Christian Fiction", but certainly a great story of the power of God over the circumstances of our lives.
It's a great book, and I wholeheartedly recommend it.
Kay MonroeTelford, PAAge: 55-65Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5EnjoyedJune 7, 2012Kay MonroeTelford, PAAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4enjoyable, not sure how true to life, how did a girl brought up the way she was get so much wisdom?
LolaAZAge: 18-24Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5March 5, 2012LolaAZAge: 18-24Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4This book was amzing. I did not want to put it down. I was somewhat disappointed with the end as it kind of left me hanging. I would hope that there will be a sequel.
Art Hershberger3 Stars Out Of 5January 13, 2011Art HershbergerQuality: 3Value: 3Meets Expectations: 2I had read 2 of Meissner's books and really enjoyed them. I was looking forward to enjoying another one of her books, but was disappointed to find that she would use swear words in a Christian fiction book. I would be embarrassed to give this book to anyone because of the language that was used in the book.
M. PieperMount Dora, FLGender: female5 Stars Out Of 5March 29, 2010M. PieperMount Dora, FLGender: femaleSometimes our deepest family secrets are the ones we refuse to admit--even to ourselves. Sixteen-year-old Tally Bachmann forces more than one issue when a sudden death and an absentee father thrust her into a new environment. Her sudden encounter with what appears to be the perfect suburban life of the Janvier family (her San Diego aunt, uncle, and cousins) exposes her own wounds. But it also brings to the surface the hidden hurts of her new family members as they struggle to relate to one another and to a girl they barely know.Powerful storytelling draws us in. Believable characters keep us reading. Layers of intrigue--including an unusual link to the Holocaust--add depth. And an underlying theme of redemption provides needed impetus to look behind our own white picket fences and seek relational transparency. Bravo to this award-winning author and White Picket Fences for another thoughtful read.