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This is book number 5 in the Baxter Family Drama--Redemption series.
Book 5 in the bestselling 5-book Christian fiction series that has sold nearly 2 million copies
A story of God's grace, redemption, and victory even in the most difficult times, from Karen Kingsbury, the #1 New York Times bestselling author of "heart-tugging and emotional" (Romantic Times) life-changing fiction, co-authored with Gary Smalley.
Reunion is the fifth book in the original Baxter Family Series, which has gone on to captivate tens of millions of readers and is currently being made into an original television series produced by Roma Downey and Will Packer.
A Deadly Diagnosis
In the fifth and final book in the Redemption series, plans are being made for a family reunion. Nearly all the Baxters have a reason to celebrate--except one. As the preparations get underway, a deadly diagnosis sends shockwaves through the family and threatens to tear them apart.
A Heartbreaking Secret
The reality of what might lie ahead brings each of the Baxters to a place of faith and honesty. In the process, John and Elizabeth come to grips with a secret they haven't shared with anyone, a secret they rarely admit even to themselves. At the same time, a young man is making his rise in Hollywood and wondering about his place in life.
A Glorious Celebration
Amid the threat of sorrow, the Baxters share in their most wonderful celebration of all--a moment to remember that love always wins out, no matter how long the struggle, and a reminder that God reigns, even in the darkest night.
Winner of Christian Retailing's Retailer's Choice Award for Best Series
This touching story allows us to see into the lives of the Baxter family as Erin and Sam attempt to adopt a child. As the family looks forward to a heartwarming reunion, they find out that Mr. and Mrs. Baxter have a secret that could change their lives forever.
Fans will enjoy a personal note from Karen Kingsbury and Gary Smalley as well as discussion questions for book group use.