Book Review: Waiting for Morning

Waiting for Morning
by
Karen Kingsbury

When Hannah Ryan’s husband and daughter are killed by a drunk driver, her life is forever changed. As she walks through this tragic time in life she questions her faith and wants nothing more than see justice served to the man who took her family from her. Hannah’s grief causes her to become an advocate for MADD, a cause that she throws herself into wholly. Unbeknownst to Hannah, her other daughter Jenny, who survived the fatal accident, is suffering from survivor’s guilt and depression. What Hannah thinks is just teenage moodiness is something much deeper and serious. Brian Wesley, the drunk driver who destroyed the Ryan’s life, is dealing with his own issues after the accident, one poor choice has altered his life forever. His life continues on a downward spiral and he feels hopeless. As Hannah, Jenny and Brian travel through this time of trial in their life, they all must learn that they need to trust in God and his unfailing love. What results is a beautiful tale of grace, love and forgiveness.

Written in a way that is super real and raw, Waiting for Morning is a book that really engages the reader and draws them into the story. Kingsbury deals with the issues of hate, teen suicide, depression, faith, and forgiveness in a way that readers could picture themselves dealing with it. This is a great book, once you start reading it you won’t want to put it down. Just make sure when you to have a box of tissues handy when you start reading. 🙂

Disclaimer:
I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for this review. All thoughts are my own and I was not required to write a positive review.

Buy the Book:
If you’re interested in checking out this book you can find it on Amazon and Barnes and Noble, as well as many other retailers.

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