There Will Be Stars



Ebook There Will Be Stars Author Billy Coffey Vinoschilenos.eu In A Life Full Of Lies, He Settled Finally For The Truth No One In Mattingly Ever Believed Bobby Barnes Would Live To See Old Age Drink Would Either Rot Bobby From The Inside Out Or Dull His Senses Just Enough To Send His Truck Off The Mountain On One Of His Nightly Rides Although Bobby Believes Such An End Possible And Even Likely It Doesn T Stop Him From Taking His Twin Sons Matthew And Mark Into The Mountains One Saturday Night A Sharp Curve, Blinding Headlights, Metal On Metal, His Sons Screams Bobby S Final Thought As He Sinks Into Blackness Is A Curious One There Will Be Stars.Yet It Is Not Death That Greets Him Beyond The Veil Instead, He Returns To The Day He Has Just Lived And Finds He Is Not Alone In This Strange New World Six Others Are Trapped There With Him.Bobby Soon Discovers That Rather Than The Place Of Peace He Had Been Led To Believe He Was In, It S Actually A Place Of Secrets And Hidden Dangers Along With Three Others, He Seeks To Escape, Even As The World Around Him Begins To Crumble The Escape Will Lead Some To Greater Life, Others To Endless Death And Bobby Barnes To Understand The Deepest Nature Of Love.There Will Be Stars

Billy and his wife, Joanne, live with their two children in the foothills of Virginia s Blue Ridge Mountains A product of his small town locale, Billy counts as assets his rural authenticity, unwavering sense of purpose, and insatiable curiosity all of which tend to make his front porch a comfortably crowded place.

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  • Paperback
  • 416 pages
  • There Will Be Stars
  • Billy Coffey
  • 01 February 2018
  • 0718026829

10 thoughts on “There Will Be Stars

  1. says:

    Whoa Wow Dude This book was deeeeeep As other reviews have stated this story is really about the human condition, the heart of man It was as powerful and poignant as it was haunting I finished the book at 1 45 this morning, and I m still sitting here wondering how I could cry for the town drunk And I think that s some masterful writing by Coffey to pull that off At first, I thought There Will Be Stars was simply hard to get into But it wasn t It was dizzying and that was intention Whoa Wow Dude This book was deeeeeep As other reviews have stated this story is really about the human condition, the heart of man It was as powerful and poignant as it was haunting I finished the book at 1 45 this morning, and I m still sitting here wondering how I could cry for the town drunk And I think that s some mas...

  2. says:

    Nobody thought Bobby Barnes would live to see old age If drink did not rot his insides it would be while he was driving his truck on the mountain.Bobby thinks neither of these situations is possible so it does not stop him taking his twin sons with him one Saturday night The collide with another vehicle Will Bobby surv...

  3. says:

    2.5 StarsRead all my reviews on I think this one might find itself the most confusing read of the year.Set in some kind of a Groundhog day limbo, Bobby Barnes and a group of other people are forced to relive the same day over and over again Strangely though, they go through this together, even though they died at different times and are forced to reenact there final day in quite some detail.I was curious about the book, I think that is one of the main reason 2.5 StarsRead all my reviews on I think this one might find itself the most confusing read of the year.Set in some kind of a Groundhog day limbo, Bobby Barnes and a group of other people are forced to relive the same day over and over again Strangely though, they go through this together, even though they died at different times and are forced to reenact there final day in quite some detail.I was curious about the book, I think that is one of the main reason wh...

  4. says:

    I wasn t sure if I would like this book because the plot seemed a bit out there the parallel world or alternate heaven story line isn t something I ve read much about and haven t had much interest in But this book was impossible for me to put down This was a very deep story that delves into the choices we make and the effects of those choices.This book was packed with twists and turns, I never knew what to expect with each turn of the page The story was very unpredictable, but in a good way I wasn t sure if I would like this book because the plot seemed a bit out there the parallel world or alternate heaven story line isn t something I ve read much about and haven t had much interest in But this book was impossible for me to put down This was a very deep story that delves into the choices we make and the effects of those choices.This book was packed with twists and turns, I never knew what to expect with each turn of the page The story was very unpredictable, but in a good way The characters were richly developed I really felt like I knew each person in the book They each had their own issues they were gritty, very flawed, and dimensional.The author is very gifted at story telling while reading this book, I was in the town of Mattingly, walking beside Bobby, Dorothea, George, and all the other characters I will definitely be picking up...

  5. says:

    This is one of those books that takes a look at the human condition and what drives each of us as individuals How one situation can be heaven, hell, or purgatory based on your own experiences or outlook on life When Bobby ends up in a crook of time that resets every night, he learns about the others trapped there too and how they may view things a little differently than he The culmination of their beliefs is what makes this such a good read Bobby is the catalyst that seems to make everythin This is one of those books that takes a look at the human condit...

  6. says:

    In the world it is called Tolerance, but in hell it is called Despairthe sin that believes in nothing, cares for nothing, seeks to know nothing, interferes will nothing, enjoys nothing, hates nothing, finds purpose in nothing, lives for nothing, and remains alive because there is nothing for which it will die Dorothy Sayers I sat here for quite some time, wondering how I can put into words what Billy Coffey s newest novel, There Will Be Stars is, without giving it away I m probably sure In the world it is called Tolerance, but in hell it is called Despairthe sin that believes in nothing, cares for nothing, seeks to know nothing, interferes will nothing, enjoys nothing, hates nothing, finds purpose i...

  7. says:

    Please check out all of my reviews at Will Be Stars is a quirky southern gothic with a rather slow pace The novel shares it s setting of Mattingly with several other books by Coffey each can be read on its own, but many of the same characters pop up throughout the novels This novel focuses on Bobby, a man who is unlikely to reach old age due to his heavy drinking Although he is aware of his dangerous behavior, he still takes his young twin sons out f Please check out all of my reviews at Will Be Stars is a quirky southern gothic with a rather slow pace The novel shares it s setting of Mattingly with several other books by Coffey each can be read on its own, but many of the same characters pop up throughout the novels This novel focuses on Bobby, a man who is unlikely to reach old age due to his heavy drinking Although he is aware of his dangerous behavior, he still takes his young twin sons out for a drive late at night, drinking a six pack of beers along the way Bobby s truck goes off the road, swerving to avoid another vehicle Bobby s last thought is there will be stars With Bobby s final conscious thought, he i...

  8. says:

    A hearty thank you to Thomas Nelson for the ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.I went into this book with almost no expectation I d never heard of the author, let alone read one of the other books in the Mattingly collection of stories I knew nothing about the publisher, which I ve come to learn publishes primarily Christian novels In truth, had I known this, I might not have given the book a chance, since I am an agnostic, with several years of Catholic school in my upbringin A hearty thank you to Thomas Nelson for the ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.I went into this book with almost no expectation I d never heard of the author, let alone read one of the other books in the Mattingly collection of stories I knew nothing about the publisher, which ...

  9. says:

    I wasn t sure what to expect with this novel, particularly after I looked it up onand found that it is listed under Christian lit I m not sure I agree with this What a fascinating book Really interesting take on what happens after death, how people cope, how their lives can change, and how people can find redemption You don t have to remain the same and change is a state of mind Even a small change creates big ripples in life I found the writing very easy to follow and Bobby is a v I wasn t sure what to expect with this novel, particularly after I looked it up onand found that it is listed under Christian lit I m not sure I ag...

  10. says:

    I received a copy of this book for free through NetGalleyThat cover It s not that I thought that this was going to be light hearted, but I didn t think it was going to be so deep There Will Be Stars is beautifully wr...

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