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Come Spring

3.03 of 5 stars 3.03  ·  rating details  ·  143 ratings  ·  26 reviews
- This is a tale of faith, belief and encouragement.
- Tim LaHaye is the biggest selling author in America with sales in excess of 100 million copies to date.
- His exhaustive catalog of more than 75 books, have been translated into 35 languages.
- In 2003, Dr. LaHaye and his writing partner Jerry Jenkins were ranked among the most powerful men in Hollywood by Entertainment W
Hardcover, 112 pages
Published February 1st 2005 by Kensington
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This is a good read for passing time while waiting for something else, or if you just don't feel like heavy reading. It's a love story in the background of World War I, between an older man and a lovely young ballerina. We never really learn how old she is, but it appeared to me that she would be around 22-25, old enough to be out on her own but not old enough to be jaded.

This story built well and had good moments, but ended rather abruptly in a way that fit the reality of the story, but could
Not a satisfying ending. John McDonough's reading was best part of the book.
This book was a four-star til the very end. The last 20 pages contained far too many war details, and the ending was a HUGE disappointment. It was left very open-ended. If the intent was for a sequel, LaHaye should have progressed the story a tad further rather than just cutting it off. The book could easily have used another 50-100 pages. Final review: I did enjoy; it was a quick, heartwarming read that kept me smiling as I turned the pages. The ending left much to be desired, ending with a 3.5 ...more
Needs a sequel or could have continued.
Richie Mae Andrei Zuniga
Come Spring is a great story but had me hanging in the end i felt like i did not finsihed this book at all i was like thats it?? But then again a good story is not based on the happy ending! This is worth reading and kept me busy at the end of the day!
I enjoyed this entire book, up until the last two pages. I found the ending to be sad and not at all what I was expecting from such a short and sweet book. The rest of the book was very uplifting and fun to read. I would recommend it, but be forewarned the ending is not everything you hope for.
This was a very cute book. I truly did enjoy the reading. I could only give it 3 stars though because of the ending. When a book ends bad, or in the case of this book, doesn't really end, no matter how good it was up to the ending it is somewhat ruined. But a pleasant book just the same.
I really liked this book. I wish I had listened to it before I listened to the "Best Christmas Gift". It was the same characters but explained everything that had happened prior to the "Best Christmas Gift".
I really enjoyed reading this. It was well written and a quick read. The ending was not at all how I expected though. Seems like it could have continued on for another chapter or two.
This was lovely. It was very quick and not in depth enough for me to love it, but I enjoyed it. I was disheartened to get to the last couple of pages and realize that it was a series.
2 Scottish people have a chance meeting in an art gallery, and fall in love. Sweet story, but want more! Gotta find the next part of the story.
The story was good, but I did not like the end. I think he could have done better. I am not passing this book on.
It was hard to get into in the beginning, charming in the middle, and the ending left me saying, "huh?"
Sorry, but found this book to be boring all the way through and the end was disappointing....
ummmmmmm......k, when did i read it? like to long ago. remembered i liked it though...
Christian fiction/historical fiction/romance of the tamer sort
A very blah story with an abrupt ending that didn't satisfy.
Patricia Robinson olson
Not knowing this author...I took a chance. It was a quick, nice read
Pleasant story, nothing spectacular - but enjoyable.
This one could have ended so much better than it did
Cute story easy read but ended too abruptly. Disappointed
Joyful Reader
It was alright. There should be a sequel
Very predicable and somewhat boring.
Nice love story in the year 1918.
I just didn't get it...
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Timothy "Tim" F. LaHaye is an American evangelical Christian minister, author, and speaker, best known for the Left Behind series of apocalyptic fiction, which he co-wrote with Jerry B. Jenkins.

He has written over 50 books, both fiction and non-fiction.
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