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Sunrise on the Battery by Beth Webb Hart
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Oct 08, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: christian, christian-living, christmas, family, forgiveness, friendship, mother-daughter-relationship
Recommended to Meagan by: Book Sneeze
Read from October 01 to 06, 2011 — I own a copy , read count: 1


By Beth Webb Hart

Mary Lynn Scoville seems to have it all, and is on the verge of being invited into the last club that polite Charleston society has to offer. But when Mary Lynn experiences a miracle on Christmas Eve, she prays that her husband and three daughters will experience God’s touch as well. But when her prayer is answered in a way she never expected can Mary Lynn every truly be happy and what will her happiness cost? And will Charleston, South Carolina ever be the same?

Sunrise on the Battery looks at life and what is important. Are accolades of human achievement all important in living a fulfilling life? Is it possible to heal old wounds by climbing the social ladder? The Scoville family is about to find out what is truly important. The pinnacles of society, the homeless on the street who will have the biggest impact?

Sunrise on the Battery also touches on teen substance abuse – drinking and pharming.

Sunrise on the Battery looks at friendship and what true friendship really is. Is it tied to your checkbook? Your address? Who your parents are? Or is it a giving of oneself just because with no strings attached?

Sunrise on the Battery is an enjoyable read that has a lesson to teach.

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