The Pages of Her Life



The Pages of Her Life New from the award winning author of The Five Times I Met Myself.How Do You Stand Up for Yourself When It Means Losing Everything Allison Moore is making it Barely The Seattle area architecture firm she started with her best friend is struggling, but at least they re free from the games played by the corporate world She s gotten over her divorce And while her dad s recent passing is tough, their relationship had never been easy.Then the bomb drops Her dad had a secret life and left her mom in massive debt.As Allison scrambles to help her mom find a way out, she s given a journal, anonymously, during a visit to her favorite coffee shop As the pressure to rescue her mom mounts, Allison pours her fears and heartache into the journal.But then the unexplainable happens The words in the journal, her words, begin to disappear And new ones fill the empty spaces words that force her to look at everything she knows about herself in a new light.Ignoring those words could cost her everything but so could embracing themJames L Rubart s writing always delivers characters that echo our own lives, living in a world not too removed from our own The Pages of Her Life is another captivating taste of who we really can be David Rawlings, author of The Baggage Handler I m a slow reader, but I couldn t put down The Pages of Her Life This intriguing story is brimming with wonderful characters and than a few surprises, including marvelous cameos by characters from another favorite Rubart novel Immensely thought provoking, this novel would make a fabulous book club read I can t recommend it highly enough Deborah Raney, author of A Vow to Cherish and the Chandler Sisters Novels The Pages of Her Life is quintessential James Rubart and showcases why his novels are automatic must reads Rubart s new novel explores courage and self discovery The right decisions are almost always hard, and Rubart s deft hand with character and theme shine in his new novel Highly recommended Colleen Coble, USA TODAY bestselling author of the Lavender Tides series New Read [ The Pages of Her Life ] by [ James L. Rubart ] – therehabboutique.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 384 pages
  • The Pages of Her Life
  • James L. Rubart
  • 06 June 2018
  • 0718099427

10 thoughts on “The Pages of Her Life

  1. Kimberly Dawn says:

    While undergoing tremendous life challenges, Allison receives a beautiful leather journal as a gift from a stranger As Allison pours out her heartache in the journal, the unexplainable occurs..written messages appear overnight in response to her journal entries Is it a supernatural intervention, as her mother believes Words of hope and strength appear in the mysterious journal Allison s fearful words are changed int...

  2. Joan says:

    Rubart has the unique skill of imagining possible ways God might work in a person Each of his novels is an adventure in seeing God and his angels busy in the transformation process In this one, a mysterious journal helps the main character, Allison, see her true character and who God wants her to be A secondary character is her brother God uses a stint on a fishing ...

  3. Gretchen Louise says:

    James Rubart is a gifted author and speaker I have always enjoyed how his way with words makes me think outside the box However, I was disappointed in his latest book, The Pages of Her Life I received a complimentary copy of this book from Thomas Nelson through NetGalley Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own I firmly believe, as Allison s mom said in the book, that, God hasn t lost his power of creativity He can still reach people in extremely unusual ways Thus it was d James Rubart is a gifted author and speaker I have always enjoyed how his way with words makes me think outside the box However, I was disappointed in his latest book, The Pages of Her Life I received a complimentary copy of this book from Thomas Nelson through NetGalley Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own I firmly believe, as Allison s mom said in the book, that, God hasn t lost his power of creativity He can still reach people in extremely unusual ways Thus it was disappointing that a character li...

  4. Becca (Reflections From My Bookshelves) says:

    Well, It s really hard to describe this book without giving away spoilers but I will do my best I enjoyed this book immensely The Pages of Her Life is a book that does not fit your typical story It s like an oreo.An outer layer and an inner layer The outer layer is your typical story Allison is an Architect who enjoys her job but it also pays the bills then something happens and she has to figure out what to do Everyone sees this The inner layer is the part where her inner thoughts, bel Well, It s really hard to describe this book without giving away spoilers but I will do my best I enjoyed this book immensely The Pages of Her Life is a book that does not fit your typical story It s like an oreo.An outer layer and an inner layer The outer layer is your typical story Allison is an Architect who enjoys her job but it also pays the bills then something happens and she has to figure out what to do Everyone sees this The inner layer is the part where her inner thoughts, beliefs and struggles are She struggles with who she is Everyone can t see this layer I liked how Jam...

  5. Paula Phillips says:

    As a Christian writer, I have always enjoyed James Rubart s books as they touch on the supernatural side of miracles In The Pages of Her Life, we meet Alison who is about to discover that her mother s life isn t as rosy and happy as she had imagined and that in learning about her mother s demise it will set her life on a completely different track that will change it eventually for the best, though it won t appear so for a wee while She will go through trials and tribulations The sto...

  6. Rissa says:

    Her father whom she loved so dearly has a secret and his secret left her mother in great debt Then while trying to help her mother she is given a journal that makes her question everything she once knew I didnt bond with the characters and I felt as though there was character development missing and just an overall introduction to what was happening We sort of just start and I didnt feel like I was brought into the story correctlyThank you so much to Thomas Nelson via netgalley for sending Her father whom she loved so dearly has a secret and his secret left her mother in great debt Then while trying to help her mother she is given a journal that makes her question everything she once knew I didnt bond with the characters and I felt as though there was character development missing and just an overall introduction to what was happenin...

  7. MJSH says:

    Climb the highest mountains that come into your world Scale the city walls Keep running even when this journey overwhelms you Believe your bonds have been broken, Believe Jesus carried the cross of your shame Believe in kingdom come Not in some age to come in the future, but right now Choose to believe the kingdom is in your midst and is here to set you free James Rubart really knows how to craft a compelling book that draws you in from the first page and has you pondering everything you Climb the highest mountains that come into your world Scale the city walls Keep running even when this journey overwhelms you Believe your bonds have been broken, Believe Jesus carried the cross of your shame Believe in kingdom come Not in some age to come in the future, but right now Choose to believe the kingdom is in your midst and is here to set you free James Rubart really knows how to craft a compelling book that draws you in from t...

  8. Andi says:

    Whenever I begin a novel by James Rubart I know I am in for an experience I won t likely forget any time soon and this book is no different.Like an onion this book peels off in layers with each layer revealing Allison s inner and spiritual struggles through the use of a journal Journaling is a very private act something I do daily and I was quite impressed with the way Mr Rubart used it and especially his ability to write from a female heroine ...

  9. Maureen Timerman says:

    I did enjoy the premise of this book, but at times it didn t seem realistic, but then this is a fictional book.The author has given us a story of a Mom, struggling with the death of her husband and not in the way you think , and focusingon the life of her daughter and some on her son We also deal with both of these children forgiving their dad f...

  10. Tanya says:

    The book was promising to be interesting, certain elements of the story such as a journal and a potential mystery introduced in the ad were intriguing However, the story just feels undeveloped, there is so much filler...

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