A Thousand Tomorrows / Just Beyond the Clouds

A Thousand Tomorrows Just Beyond the Clouds In A Thousand Tomorrows Cody Gunner a talented but angry cowboy meets Ali Daniels a lovely and mysterious barrel racer The two are national champions top of their game alone and intent on stayin

  • Title: A Thousand Tomorrows / Just Beyond the Clouds
  • Author: Karen Kingsbury
  • ISBN: 9781599954196
  • Page: 241
  • Format: ebook
  • In A Thousand Tomorrows, Cody Gunner, a talented but angry cowboy, meets Ali Daniels, a lovely and mysterious barrel racer The two are national champions, top of their game, alone and intent on staying that way Cody has rejected everything about his past, and only has room for his little brother, Carl Joseph, born with Down Syndrome Ali embraces life, making the most ofIn A Thousand Tomorrows, Cody Gunner, a talented but angry cowboy, meets Ali Daniels, a lovely and mysterious barrel racer The two are national champions, top of their game, alone and intent on staying that way Cody has rejected everything about his past, and only has room for his little brother, Carl Joseph, born with Down Syndrome Ali embraces life, making the most of every moment because of a secret she keeps hidden from the public, connecting her with a sister who died before she had a chance to live Before their paths intersect, competing is all they need, but what fears must they face if together they ignite a love that burns brighter than both of them In Just Beyond the Clouds, Cody is nursing a broken heart over the death of the love of his life, when he meets Elle Dalton, Carl Joseph s teacher Cody can t bear the thought of losing his little brother, too, so when Elle begins championing Carl Joseph s independence, she finds herself at odds with Cody But even while they battle it out, they can t deny the instinctive connection they share, and Cody faces a crisis of the heart What if Elle is the one woman who can teach Cody that love is still possible In the brand new omnibus edition, Karen Kingsbury s continuing story of devotion, tragedy, and renewal, comes to life, teaching that while love often causes the heart to break, it s also the only thing that can mend it again.

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    1. //ebookA Thousand Tomorrows is about the sort of love that is patient and kind, a love that always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. A love that never fails. Cody and Ali showed us that love is not the way around our problems. It is the way through them. Remember, when all things have passed away, these three remain: faith, hope, and love. But the greatest of these is love.Read this book alone, especially when you don't want others to see you cry. This is a Christian book [...]

    2. Really enjoyed the first book, A Thousand Tomorrows. It was a easy read. It actually was a great love story with a sad ending. I cried a few times throughout the book. The love story was so powerful and real. It took Cody so long to find love and then it was gone.As soon as I finished the first book, I started into Beyond the Clouds. I just couldn't get into this one. I lost interest and didn't think the love story would be as powerful as the first book. I stopped reading and didn't make it thro [...]

    3. This Cody Gunner Series Compilation has made me a fan now of Karen Kingsbury's writing. Her books are under the Christian Romance category but it didn't exaggerate topics that related to religion and to God. Her way of writing is quite inspirational and gives us messages of hope at the end of every chapter. I am now looking forward on searching for more of her books on the bookstore because this writer and her works are all gems.

    4. There is a reason why Karen Kingsbury is one of my favorite authors. Her writing touches your heart. She pulls you into the world of the characters that she writes about, you feel their triumphs and their losses, her stories move you, and I always continue to think about the characters long after the story ends. This compilation of stories is no different, they draw you in and keep you reading, teaching us valuable lessons in faith and love.In "A Thousand Tomorrows", Cody Gunner is the best bull [...]

    5. A Thousand Tomorrows - 5 stars (finished 7/31/2013)I absolutely loved the first novel. As one of the other readers said, this is a really sad story, but its also incredibly beautiful. At a couple of points I was crying so much that it was hard to see the words on the page. Hopefully I'll enjoy the second novel as much as the first. Just Beyond the Clouds - 4 stars (finished 8/07/2013)To a large extent, I'd describe this as a nice, sweet story with an inspirational bent. It wasn't quite as drama [...]

    6. I chose these books because they were rated 4.5 stars on . I noticed when I was getting them from the library that the description included a characteristic of the author as a "Christian author." I decided to read the books anyway. Here's what I thought.A Thousand Tomorrows was a nice little love story. It showed passion and pain, though not too much of either. There was not much religion in the story, and I was intrigued enough to want to read the second book to know what happened next.Beyond t [...]

    7. I enjoyed these two books in one. Karen Kingsbury does an excellent job of using description to set up the problems in her books. Her characters are believable and endearing to the reader. In this novel set, I grew to love her male and female characters, both rodeo riders. It was a subject I wasn't familiar with and I feel I know more about Rodeo riders, people who have Cystic Fibrosis, and Downs Syndrome from her vivid descriptions. In the second novel, a continuation of the first, she captivat [...]

    8. It is a sad story but, also a story of love and triumph. I did not really think I would like this book because I've never read one of Karen Kingbury's books before but, I will now. The story involved rodeo bull riding and barrell racing, I just didn't think I could be interested in the book when I first started reading it but I do love horses! Just hope her other books are not sad and about crippling diseases and death. Karen Kingsbury has a wonderful writing style.My son was actually tested for [...]

    9. I really enjoyed reading "A Thousand Tomorrows" & "Just Beyond the Clouds". My friend April Verdon had cystic fibrosis. She died on October 31, 1998. She was only 20 years old. Her birthday is August 18, 1978. I was born on August 10, 1978. It will be 14 years on October 31st since she died. She was always a positive person. I know some people who have Down Syndrome. They are sweet, smart, and always smiling. I believe they can be independent if they are given guidance and support. I work at [...]

    10. Beautiful storyI loved these books. The story of love and loss, the story of pure love of a person with Downs Syndrome. The characters were honest and true to life. For Karen Kingsbury these books were different, but not in a bad way. The message that God loves you and has a plan for your life is there, it's just done in a different style in these stories. I couldn't put the book down, finished it in one day! Very good and so happy I bought this book.I wish she would write more books about them! [...]

    11. Loved the first book, a Thousand tomorrow's, much better than just beyond the clouds. Took me some time to really get into the second book and understand Cody again. The ending of the second book made up for the rest of the story. I was just a sucker for the power of love in the first book though I was happy to finally see that power again in the second book by the end. And I mean in more ways than just love between a man and a woman. :-)

    12. Although this book was extremely sad it was in general a good book. It made you think that the years of life you have left should not be counted in years, but in tomorrows. (so three years of life is a thousand tomorrows. I would definately reccommend this book to others, but they should be prepared for a moving ending.

    13. Bought this book for my trip to Hawaii. I'm sure I missed some of the sights because I couldn't get my head out of the book. I loved it! But then I always have had a weakness for cowboys. It will definitely tug at your heartstrings.

    14. These two books changed my view in life, it changed me. Books that talk about the goodness of having to love, of love itself, hoping and believing in God. Praying is a life skill (Book 2)! Both books are beautifully written.

    15. Not bad. The first book had more romance than the second. And more emotion, I think. The only teary scenes were in that book. However, the second book had ideas I'd never really seen in fiction before (characters, really). Overall, a good light read.

    16. I absolutely LOVE all of Karen's books! They are so heartwarming and inspiring. I always shed a tear or two if not more because they touch my heart so much. Great Job as always!!

    17. She did it againAs always Karen Kingsbury gives us another good book. She never disappoints us with her heart stirring words and encouragement in our spiritual lives.

    18. Curious as to why I gave A Thousand Tomorrows two stars and this one four? That's because Just Beyond the Clouds is a thousand times better.

    19. An excellent story that is a follow up to A Thousand Tomorrowshas many personal emotionsStrong love, family, and faith expressed. Just a "warm-hearted" story.

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