Beyond The Night

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Multnomah Books, 2008 - Fiction - 298 pages
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They say love is blind. This time they're right…

As a woman lies unconscious in a hospital bed, her husband waits beside her, urging her to wake up and come home. Between them lies an ocean of fear and the tenuous grip of memories long past. Memories of wonder. Of love. Memories of a girl named Madison and a boy named Paul…

Madison Foster knew she was going blind. But she didn't want pity–not from her mother, not from her roommate, and especially not from her best friend Paul–the man she secretly loved.

Paul Tilden knew a good thing when he saw it. And a good thing was his friendship with Maddie Foster. That is, until he started to fall in love.

With the music of the seventies as their soundtrack and its groovy fashions as their scenery, Maddie and Paul were drawn together and driven apart. Then one night changed everything…forever.

And only now, when life tiptoes past the edge of yesterday, along the rim of today, can they glimpse the beauty that awaits them…beyond the night.
 

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User Review  - Karen Peale - Christianbook.com

The person who gave this book two stars very clearly did not understand this book, it's message and how the storyline went. I won't go into too much detail because I would spoil the ending for a ... Read full review

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User Review  - nu-bibliophile - LibraryThing

In this book love is truly blind. From the first pages of this book, I was already hooked. Such entrancing story !! The ending was a complete surprise to me and when I turned to the last page and finished it, I felt a glimpse of love, joy, and peace. Read full review

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Marlo Schalesky is the author of several books, including Veil of Fire, Only the Wind Remembers, Cry Freedom, and Freedom's Shadow. A graduate of Stanford University, Marlo also has a masters of theology with an emphasis in biblical studies from Fuller Theological Seminary. Married nearly twenty years, she lives with her husband, Bryan, and their four daughters in California.

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