The third book in the Above the Line series follows filmmakers Chase Ryan and Keith Ellison as they celebrate their first successful movie. But in the midst of family relationships, broken budgets, and conflicting dreams, Chase and Keith must find their way through the maze of pain and questions that comes with everything they thought they wanted.
©2010 Karen Kingsbury (P)2010 Zondervan
Take Three is just as amazing as the previous books have been. It was great to get back in touch with the Baxter family and to learn more about their new friends. If you haven't read Karen Kingsbury, you are definitely missing out on some great reading. God has certainly blessed Karen with the gift of writing and leading many (I'm sure) to a close personal relationship with God Himself.
I have absolutely loved this series, Karen Kingsburg, and a big thank you to the narrators who are so talented. Thank you for making it audible, and if am beyond thrilled that Take 4 is available, I will definitely be buying it! I absolutely love the way you weave God throughout your stories, just like He is truly interwoven in our lives and nothing is to big for Him! About this story, I have a testimony of an angel who God sent who saved my life after a very bad accident, so I know He does still send angels! God bless you all, Anthea
I look forward to more of Karen Kingsbury's books. I have listened to two of hers and both were excellent.
Yes, I love Karen Kingsbury and I get so wrapped up in all of the characters in her books :)
Andi....I could relate to her the most, but I also liked Bailey and loved how close she is to her mom. I have a close relationship with my mom also.
I love this author and series. I have read about these characters since the Redemption series and when I found this on audio I listened to it everywhere! Karen Kingbury never disappoints and the narrators were awesome!
This is a great book for many reasons. First the narration was superb; the use of many narrators added a depth that made the story seem more alive and the transition between narrators was seamless. Two, this was just a well written story that really touches the heart. These two points coupled together led me to give it five stars. Kingsbury does a wonderful job balancing background details to the point that it is not boring for those who have followed this series and but enough for those not familiar with it. Much better than Take Two and I look forward to Take Four.
I think I have read all of Karen Kingsbury's books. I love this series because it not only is a great story, it also includes some of the Baxter and Flanigan family members from her past series. It just feels like coming home.
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