Summary

Football season becomes a time of realization that life's most important victories are won off the field. A star running back with much to learn, a younger player with much to give, and a woman with a heart for underprivileged kids - all three are thrown together into a time of self-discovery and a new awareness of the things that matter most.
©2007 Karen Kingsbury (P)2007 Zondervan
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"Kingsbury's fans like her novels sweet, and this one may motivate them to get involved and make a difference with some of the neediest kids." ( Publishers Weekly)
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5 out of 5 stars
By Odoyewo on 26-03-15

Between Sunday's indeed

Enjoyed listening to this book.....what happens between Sunday's really does matter. Will recommend to anyone looking for a relaxing reading book.

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3 out of 5 stars
By margherita morgante on 06-02-18

So disappointing !

Would you try another book written by Karen Kingsbury or narrated by Kathy Garver?

I love Karen Kingsbury in spite of Kathy Garver and I have read most of her books. I have another book by Karen in my Audible library and I do hope that Joyce Bean has done a better job than this with Oceans Apart.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

I love listening and I bought Between Sundays because I loved the novel. I can listen for hours but this time one hour is more than enough! I enjoy reading more than once books that I really like and Audible has made ‘reading again’ especially enjoyable. Not this once. I am sorely tempted to hand this one back.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Jennifer on 30-12-12

Great Narration

My husband was frequently around when I was listening to this audio book for the second time. Because it is sports-related (NOT a true story about the 9er's, btw), his interest was drawn. He liked the story, and does not read much fiction - preferring history/biographical books and spiritual studies in his busy world instead.

Between Sundays has some solid direction for fathers and is narrated with simplistic language - for instance, Kingsbury captures a child's thoughts as a child would think them. The narrator is easy to listen to with properly placed inflections and some voice changes for various characters. Karen Kingsbury attacks real contemporary social problems in this book, as she does in her other books. I typically prefer period history pieces, however, I have enjoyed every one of her books I've read (over a dozen of them so far) or listened to.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Heather on 28-05-08

Kingsbury Fan

I have read and listened to most of Karen Kingsbury's books. As a result, I am a big fan. Between Sunday's was not my favorite title of hers. The story is great but it seems to move a little too slowly. There were times I couldn't stop listening and other times I just wanted the story to move on. Towards the ending, I felt it was so predictable that the pace could have been picked up a bit. I still think it is worth the read, but I am not giving it five stars.

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