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on April 11, 2003
I was confused by Tomorrow's Dream after finishing Another Homecoming just the day before. Tomorrow's Dream begins much later after Another Homecoming ends. Kyle and Kenneth are married, Kyle is pregnant, and something has happened among Kyle, Kenneth, and Kyle's adoptive mother Abigail. They are not completely reconciled, but they are speaking much more than at the end of the first book. Oh, and Joel, Kyle's biological brother, has proposed to Ruthie and the wedding is here. I feel the two books are disjointed. So much time passes between the books that it seems as if a book is missing. I honestly checked to see if Tomorrow's Dream was book three, not book two.
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on January 24, 2000
This book was a great sequel to Another Homecoming. It gives insights about coping with feelings when God's plan is not our plan. I suggest this book especially if you have read Another Homecoming.
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on July 15, 1998
Quite by accident I stumbled upon the sequel to Oke's "Another Homecoming." I could not put it down. A truly touching book that many can relate, patience, death, depression, misunderstandings, broken relationships, restored relationships, and much more. Oke's writes with such emotion that the reader is completely absorbed. Keep your hanky handy and enjoy.
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