A Vow To Cherish (A Vow To Cherish, #1)
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A Vow To Cherish (A Vow to Cherish #1)

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The award-winning classic novel turned bestselling movie by beloved author Deborah Raney

When his precious wife of thirty years received a devastating diagnosis, John Brighton's world fell apart. As his wife slipped from him day by day, his love was tested as never before, and he found himself confronted by a weakness he never knew he had. A confidante desperately needed i

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Paperback, 280 pages
Published June 1st 2006 by Steeple Hill (first published 1996)
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Danette
I balled through the first half of the book as I am living a similar story with my mom who has Alzeheimers. I didn't think the book was particularly well crafted, but I really appreciated that the right/moral choice was made and that we see the benefit of that choice.
Lindsey
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Saskia
Wat een prachtig mooi emotioneel boek is dit zeg! Ik heb m in een kleine drie dagen uitgelezen dus dat zegt wel wat. De ziekte van Alzheimer word erg goed beschreven vind ik en je leeft helemaal mee met John wiens vrouw op nog geen 50-jarige leeftijd de diagnose Alzheimer krijgt. Dit is een prachtige christelijke roman maar de christelijke stukjes in het boek overheersen niet zoals bij sommige boeken van Karen Kingsbury wel het geval is. Het eind word vergeleken bij de rest van het boek wel wat...more
Lisa
This book would be good for someone who has had a family member with Alzheimer's. The description of the disease and the strain it puts on a family were very accurate. The story line was somewhat dull for me. New characters were introduced in weird spots, and the transitions did not flow very well. The only good part was the insight into Alzheimer's disease and how a family might react to the diagnosis.
Rita
I don't usually read books like this for two reasons. First, too sad. Second, too cheesy. Although I will say, it was nice to read about people with control and integrity who turn to God in their lives.
Natasja
Een prachtige roman waarin je kan zien wat alzheimer met je kan doen,maar toch ook zeker wat doet het met je partner of familie.
Een boek met veel liefde en verdriet.
Ben benieuwd naar de film.
Dorraine
I read this book some time ago but it has stuck with me as being a powerful testament to the vow of marriage. It is a book I would recommend everyone read!
Janet
I liked it but not as well as I liked the first one I read by her. I think she does a good job of portraying true feelings and emotions!
Melissa
I really liked the insight this story gave into the lives of those dealing with Alzheimer's disease and what a difficult journey that is.
Jess
I thought it was very sweet, yet it showed the heartache and caring that families go through when a family member is ill.
Kyla
It was a well written book that had a good lesson to it but the subject matter was kind of depressing.
Chrisandmelissa Hall
Good story....ending was kind of different, but overall a good book!
Darlene Wilson
Well done story of a Christian outlook on Alzheimers -- a love story!
Lori
A great heart-felt read about dealing with a sick family member. The love that was shown in this book toward the sick character was truly amazing. I laughed and cried with this family from the start.
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DEBORAH RANEY's first novel, A Vow to Cherish, inspired the World Wide Pictures film of the same title. Her books have since won the RITA Award, ACFW Carol Award, HOLT Medallion, National Readers' Choice Award, Silver Angel, and have twice been Christy Award finalists. THE FACE OF THE EARTH released in May 2013 from Howard/Simon & Schuster, and SILVER BELLS released from Guideposts in October....more
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