Waiting for Morning Reader Reviews
Review by Josie Culbreth, May 26, 2011
Two years ago I started reading books by Karen Kingsbury, and Waiting for Morning was the very first book I read. To date, I have read ALL of Karen Kingsbury's books (except the children's books). I anxiously await her new releases to come out. Karen's books are very inspiring. They give people hope when they are experiencing difficult times in their lives. She is by far, the best Christian writer out there.
Review by J.n otailo, April 30, 2011
This book touched me and has affected my life in a big way. I cried all through the period, at school, that I read it. Thanks a lot K.K. I had issues with forgiving people but, after reading this blessed book, for two full days, I was not myself until I let go of all the pain in my heart. Thanks, once again! I can't wait to read your other books.
Review by Tina, January 21, 2011
This This book is awesome. It is about forgivness. I read in it a week. I am a big reader of all and anything by K Kingsburg. You will be touched.
Review by Alexzandria, June 12, 2010
I have just recently read Karen's book, Waiting for Morning. This book is now in my top % to read. This story really touched my heart, so I shared it with others. My teacher is the one who recomended this book to me. As a christian myself, I know that God's Word is Truth! I can't relate to the main character, only because I am still young ,go to school, and am not married. But, nevertheless, I was still moved by this book, and I hope others enjoy reading it as much as i did....
Review by sara, January 26, 2009
I believe this book is an impact to a young womens walk with the Lord. I cried and cried but I found this book to be amazing. I really feel that any one who loves karens books this one is the best by far.
Review by Debra Honeycutt, December 25, 2008
Waiting for Morning is a life-changing, must read. Through the unbearable heartbreaks and heavy load that both Hannah and Jenny carry, they learn that God is a loving God and is truly there in their darkest hours. He is the Mighty Counselor. I rejoiced as I inhaled this wonderful book and can't wait to read more about Hannah, Matt and Jenny.
Review by Amanda Claassens, September 6, 2008
I found myself angry with Hannah most of the way, after the initial shock of the accident, because of the way her anger towards God ruined her relationship with Jenny. However,also made me realize that this was a painfully human response! The turnaround was dramatic - I cried my eyes out... can't wait to read the 2nd in the series.
Review by Kaitlyn Jordan, February 27, 2008
Karen Kingsbury has done it again. Each time I pick up one of her books, I see to cry sometime in the book. This book had a wonderful message and how great God's love is to us even though we aren't perfect.
Review by Melanie, August 3, 2007
After the first few chapters of this book I had to stop. I almost didn't finish it because the grief was so much, but I'm glad I did! What an amazing story of trial, going through the valley of death, and the deep realization that God's mercies are new every morning!
Review by West Jordan, August 3, 2007
After the first few chapters I almost put this book down and left it due to the heavy grief involved. It was so gripping! I'm so glad that I decided to finish it. What an amazing story of deep heartwrenching sadness, a journey through the valley of death and darkness, and then the gripping truth of God's mercy being new every morning! Thank you Karen.