Summer time's Out At Hope Corridor by Pam Rhodes
Hope lives here
Summer's Out At Hope Hall by Pam Rhodes is the most delightful Christian contemporary novel about community and caring. It is the second book in the Hope Hall series.
Hope Hall always gives the reader a warm welcome. It's like a hug in a book and makes you smile.
Pam Rhodes has created a wonderful, eclectic mix of characters that can be found in any city. In the heart of the village stands the Hope Hall – literally and at the center of village life. From babes to seniors, life happens for everyone at Hope Hall.
Summer's Out At Hope Hall is a charming breath of fresh air. When life opens, we share laughter and tears.
People take care of Hope Hall. You see needs and those needs are met. Hope really lives there.
The novel celebrates the old and looks forward to the new. People recognize the victims of others.
While Hope Hall commemorates the fallen from World War I remembering the deaths of the brave young men, this contrasts with the atmosphere of light and life and love in Hope Hall. Past, present and future stand side by side.
I am absolutely thrilled with this Hope Hall series. I can't wait for the next book until autumn 2022.
I received this book for free. A positive rating was not required and all views expressed are my own.
"Summer's Out at Hope Hall" is one of those novels that will make you hear laughter in the hall
Darkness reminding you that the sun will really come up tomorrow. "
Sheridan Voysey, BBC 2 radio host and author of Reflect with Sheridan
"Gentle and humorous" shows Summer & # 39; s Out in the Hope Hall powerfully the strengths
of community and the importance of faith. “Debbie Duncan, author of Brave
HOPE HALL pulsates with activity under the summer sun. Naval cadets march in the courtyard
and happy chatter topics from English as a Foreign Language during the week
The Food Bank addresses those in need.
Kath is determined to honor the origins of Hope Hall, which was founded in memory of
those who were lost during the two world wars. On the occasion of the 100th anniversary, all hands are on deck
continued, but Kath's efforts put her on a collision course with Celia Ainsworth, a
Descendant of the family who donated the land.
In addition, it is difficult for Sheelagh to identify a mysterious homeless person
The pretty stranger looks like he's leading Kath to a happy dance …
SUMMER'S OUT AT HOPE HALL is a fun and deeply moving story that celebrates that
Power of hope.
About the author
Pam Rhodes is known worldwide as the host of BBC Television & # 39; s songs
of Praise and their popular Hearts and Hymns program on Premier Christian Radio.
Pam is a natural storyteller with 25 different books
Novels full of down-to-earth characters and situations that inspire and entertain
"I can almost relax as the story unfolds," LoveReading
"Brilliant, funny and full of down-to-earth humor" JB Gill, television presenter
NetGalley Reviewer "A Relatistical and Heartfelt Read"
“One of my favorite readings for the year,” NetGalley Reviewer
"Definitely 5/5!" NetGalley Reviewer
"Would like to have a Hope Hall near me!" NetGalley Reviewer