Finally Home

Can Two Searching Souls Ever Find Common Ground After Being Injured In Vietnam, Brian Lowe Returns Home In A Wheelchair To The Family Mansion On The Mississippi River In Missouri And To A Nation That Has Seemingly Turned Against The Very Men And Women Fighting For Its Freedom As If Life Couldn T Get Any Complicated For Brian, He Is Assigned A Beautiful, Sassy Physical Therapist Who Just Happens To Be An Outspoken War Protestor Kathy Nowlin Has Lived Her Life With Passion, But Her Passions For Her Career And Her Strong Feelings About The War Collide In The Person Of Brian Lowe Can These Two Searching Souls Ever Find Common Ground Set Against The Nostalgic Backdrop Of Bell Bottoms, Volkswagen Beetles, Tie Dye, And Rock And Roll, The Darker Rumblings Of The Vietnam War Era Cast Their Shadow As Raney S Novella Explores Timeless Questions Of Life, Love, And Faith.Finally Home

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 three times been Christy Award finalists At work on her 34th novel, Deb and her husband, Ken Raney, recently moved to the city after years of enjoying small town lif

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 88 pages
  • Finally Home
  • Deborah Raney
  • English
  • 09 July 2017

10 thoughts on “Finally Home

  1. says:

    But, but, butNO I need an epilogue, Mrs Raney Review to come P

  2. says:

    WHAT What is up with leaving me with that ending Ahem Loved the book It was centered around the Vietnam war yay which I really enjoyed There were a few parts I didn t love, and some things I didn t exactly agree with, but over all it was an amazing after memorial day read And, oh, I loved Brian His story was so sad, yet sorealistic at the same time Not many books go into the conflicts surrounding the Vietnam war that this o...

  3. says:

    A sweet short story that centers around a Vietnam Vet who needs physical therapy after coming home.

  4. says:

    Fighting the results of a terrible warA young man returns home from a war that left him unable to walk He fights the losses of friends that were with him Trying to get his life back together and his families a physical therapist Her skills and his drive and determination to walk again have both of them giving everything they h...

  5. says:

    Deborah I have enjoyed your books on kindle unlimited, reading them one after another Thank you for written about real people in trying circumstances They wrestle with faith as we all do and chose to keep believing in theDeborah I have enjoyed you books on kindle unlimited, reading them one after another Thank you for writing books that are full of real life circumstances and people that struggle with their faith You handle th...

  6. says:

    Memorable Being of the generation which lost so many young men in that war, I was interested to read a contemporary fiction book about that time I loved being reminded of shag carpet, songs of the times, bell bottoms and not so much of psyche...

  7. says:

    Good story I enjoyed every page of this book, but there really was not an ending It seemed to me that the book just stopped I Ann disappointed and would not read this author again.

  8. says:

    Finally Home by Deborah Raney is a Christian novella set in America 1972 during the Vietnam war.Brian returns from Nam in a wheelchair His parents alter their huge house to accommodate his needs, hire a physical therapist and then disappear to Columbia If money could buy a miracle, he was home free Brian s parents have everything money can buy However money cannot buy health or good relationships.Kathy is Brian s therapist and she believes in him She works with him and encourages him She is balm to his wounded body and soul But Kathy is hiding a secret.Kathy and Brian both fight for peace Literally in Brian s case And Kathy goes on peace marches against the war in Nam People in this nation were dying of apathy as fast as the innocents in Vietnam Their aims are the same but their approaches very different.Deborah Raney demonstrates the futility of war The lives it wrecks, not just physically but mentally She touches on the theme of PTSD She shows how war is complicated, even children can be brain washed Brian in spite of his situation still has a strong faith in God He drew his strength from his trust in God This is what will see him through whatever life throws at him Whatever we are facing, fixing our eyes on God and trusting Him will help us in all situations as we feel His peace.Finally Home is not just about returning in the physical sense but it s also in the mental sense It is about being at home with God for who He is and ourselves f...

  9. says:

    Growing up in the 60 s and during the time the Vietnam War was going on, some of the songs listened to by some of the characters in the story, and also some phrases used Far Out Out of Sight took me back in time It also took me back to the issues of war, and sadly the less than enthusiasm that was shown to troops coming back from Vietnam How that must have hurt, especially for the ones who had no choice, because they were drafted They were called Baby Kill...

  10. says:

    Very Good readI really enjoyed this quick read It was a good lesson that you don t have to have the exact same views as long as you respect the other person.

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