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Kaleidoscope Eyes (Family Honor #2)

PDF I find comfort in quotes.There’s often a lot of wisdom packed in a small number of words.It strikes me that they were the original tweet!(But somehow infinitely more fulfilling than today’s technology enhanced staccatos.)I used to think chapter quotes were a superfluous addition.I read quickly over them (or skipped them) to get to the ‘real stuff’.But, as I’ve gotten older, I love it when an author takes the time and care to highlight the tone and direction of a storyline with perfectly matched quotes.Ball pairs hers well with the theme of each section of narrative and the character’s emotions.I can’t imagine the hours of research and debate that lead to the 90+ quotes she uses.Here are some of my favorites from this book:

Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do.So throw off the bowlines.Sail away from the safe harbor.Catch the trade winds in your sails.Explore.Dream.Discover. (Mark Twain).

The heart has eyes which the brain knows nothing of. (Helen Keller).

None of us knows what the next change is going to be, what unexpected opportunity is just around the corner, waiting… to change all the tenor of our lives.(Kathleen Norris)

There seemed to be endless obstacles…it seemed that the root cause of them all was fear. (Joanna Field)

The wise man in the storm prays to God, not for safety from danger, but deliverance from fear. (Ralph Waldo Emerson)

We turn to God for help when our foundations are shaking, only to learn that is it God who is shaking them.(Charles C. West)

In the midst of our dark and foggy times, all sorts of voices are shouting orders into the night, telling us what to do, how to adjust our lives.Out of the darkness, one voice signals something quite opposite to the rest-something almost absurd.But the voice happens to be the Light of the World, and we ignore it at our peril. (Paul Aiello Jr.)

Show me a man who knows his own heart and to him I shall belong.(Jewel Kilcher)

Once again, Ball has created an engaging story with characters you root for.The plot is not intricate or veiled.You can predict “who done it” early.But you still want to ride it out and see the pieces all come together in the end.I especially enjoyed learning about search and rescue.What dedication.And, synesthia.What a fascinating condition!

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