✓ June Bug ↠ Chris Fabry, June Bug, Chris Fabry, June Bug From the best selling author of War Room comes a Christy Award finalist now a Lifetime original movie called Child of Grace I believed everything my daddy told me until I walked into Wal Mart and saw my picture on a little poster For as long as she can remember June Bug and her father have traveled the back roads of the country in their beat up RV spending manyFrom the best selling aut ✓ June Bug ↠ Chris Fabry - June Bug, June Bug From the best selling author of War Room comes a Christy Award finalist now a Lifetime original movie called Child of Grace I believed everything my daddy told me until I walked into Wal Mart and saw

  • Title: June Bug
  • Author: Chris Fabry
  • ISBN: 9781414319568
  • Page: 456
  • Format: Paperback

✓ June Bug ↠ Chris Fabry ✓ June Bug ↠ Chris Fabry - June Bug, June Bug From the best selling author of War Room comes a Christy Award finalist now a Lifetime original movie called Child of Grace I believed everything my daddy told me until I walked into Wal Mart and saw

  • ✓ June Bug ↠ Chris Fabry
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June Bug

About "Chris Fabry"

  1. Chris Fabry

    Chris Fabry is an award winning author and radio personality who hosts the daily program Chris Fabry Live on Moody Radio He is also heard on Love Worth Finding, Building Relationships with Dr Gary Chapman, and other radio programs A 1982 graduate of the W Page Pitt School of Journalism at Marshall University and native of West Virginia, Chris and his wife, Andrea, now live in Arizona and are the parents of nine children.Chris novels, which include Dogwood, June Bug, Almost Heaven, Not in the Heart, Borders of the Heart, Every Waking Moment, The Promise of Jesse Woods, Looking into You, and his latest release, Under a Cloudless Sky, have won five Christy Awards, an ECPA Christian Book Award, and two Christianity Today Book Awards of Merit, but it s his lyrical prose and tales of redemption that keep readers returning for .Chris has also published than 70 other books, ranging from nonfiction and film novelizations, including the recent bestseller War Room, to novels for children and young adults He coauthored the Left Behind The Kids series with Jerry B Jenkins and Tim LaHaye, as well as the Red Rock Mysteries and The Wormling series with Jerry B Jenkins RPM is his latest series for kids and explores the exciting world of NASCAR.Visit Chris website at chrisfabry.

882 thoughts on “June Bug”

  1. Borrowed this book free from It was a pretty good story I really didn t know at first if her daddy was a good guy or bad guy The ending was a bit too cliche tidy, not to mention unrealistic My biggest complaint was that about halfway through, it became apparent that this is Christian fiction I just want to read a good book, not be preached too And it was a bit odd, since at the beginning there was only passing mention of Jesus in direct relation to 1 specific character then all of a sudden there [...]


  2. I had never read a book by Chris Fabry before, but this book was on my to read list from the second I read the blurb The thought of a child seeing her picture on a Missing board in Wal Mart messed with my mind.More times than not when I want to read a book really bad but don t get to it for a while, I m let down I guess I build it up to much in my head I expect it to be amazing and most times they fall short of that.This wasn t one of those books It was everything I was wanting it to be and then [...]


  3. This one had me in tears, so it definitely engaged my emotions June Bug is a story that focuses on a little girl and her daddy, John They have been living on the road in an RV for years One day June Bug sees her face on a missing children s poster in Walmart and all of a sudden her questions about who her mama is take on new meaning She starts wondering The story follows the two of them on their journey home to find closure and new beginnings The narrative is mostly written from June Bug s persp [...]


  4. Imagine you re a girl of nine, traveling around the country with you daddy in an RV, sea to shining sea, border to border, and points in between happy as lark Then one day you walk into a Walmart, like you ve done a thousand times before, and see yourself on a Bring Them Home missing child poster That would certainly upset your apple cart You d probably question everything you thought you knew about who and what you are But who could you go to for answers, if your daddy isn t your daddy And if h [...]


  5. June Bug by Chris Fabry is an excellent novel I thoroughly enjoyed it and glad that I read it The characters are so life like and you can really live the story through them I really came to loveJune Bug and her Dad Usually I don t care for books that are told through the eyes of a child young person To me it seems to be lacking something, but with June Bug it wasn t that way June Bug was not only told through a young girl, but also others June Bug talks about Walmart and WV which are close to me [...]


  6. Chris Fabry is a nice change of pace from typical syrupy Christian fiction Natalie Edwards is nine years old and sees her face plastered on a missing children poster at Walmart Is John her father And where in the heck is her mother Some parts of this novel were implausible and the Christianity seemed tacked on often than not, but unlike most CF the characters were likable and believable I am glad I gave this author a try Fabry is a darn good story teller And if you are wondering why I m saying [...]


  7. A very detailed book about deceit, trickery, love, and second chances The author spent a lot of time developing each character in the book.


  8. As a story on its own, June Bug is charming, sweet, and colorful The characters are intriguing, though Fabry occasionally bunny trails in to unnecessary details of some of the minor characters back stories in a manner that s confusing But the prose is lovely, and the details paint an excellent picture of America.Taking this as Les Miserables retelling, however, it falls WAY short The important themes of oppression, futile revolution, and eternal grace are completely missing In fact, the only one [...]


  9. I was curious about the teaser on the cover describing the book as a modern retelling of Les Miserables To be honest, I saw a few parallels but the big connection the author apparently had was lost on me The story follows a nine year old girl who lives on the road out of an RV with her dad A mystery unfolds after she discovers an age progression photo of herself on a missing child poster hanging in a Walmart I liked the book, but it is no Le Mis.


  10. This is a beautiful, but sad story about the love between a father and his daughter I enjoyed reading this story Een mooi geschreven boek over de liefde tussen vader en dochter Het boek is goed opgebouwd en volgt 2 verhaallijnen, deze van vader en kind en daarnaast de verhaallijn van grootouders op zoek naar hun vermist kleinkind Het blijft interessant om het verhaal te volgen al is het wel een heel trieste achtergrond Zeker 4 sterren waard.


  11. This was my first Chris Fabry book and it won t be my last.I enjoyed the story of June Bug After reading the back I wasn t sure if I was going to like it but it sucked me in right away The relationship between June Bug and her dad was what every little girls dream of.


  12. I love and hate when I read a book this good I love it so much because the characters warm my heart heart, the storyline is so very unique, the love in it made me laugh, cry and nearly broke heart, but I soooooo hated that it ended Oh what a lovely book I don t want to give away a single sentence of this it Anyone wanting to read it would miss out on the opportunity of discovering this gem all by themselves.But for my memory s sake I add a synopsis for most of the books I read Please don t read [...]



  13. June Bug has spent her life driving the back roads of America with her dad in an old RV, often staying in Wal Mart parking lots at night Their nomadic existence is happy, but when June Bug walks into a Wal Mart one day and sees her own face looking back at her from a missing child poster, she learns that there are secrets her father has never shared with her That discovery fills her with questions and ultimately sends them both back to Dogwood, West Virginia where June Bug finds answers and her [...]


  14. Back Cover Description June Bug believed everything her daddy told her That is, until she walked into Wal Mart and saw her face on a list of missing children The discovery begins a quest for the truth about her father, the mother he rarely speaks about, and ultimately herself A modern interpretation of Les Miserables, the story follows a dilapidated RV rambling cross country with June Bug and her father, a man running from a haunted past Forces beyond their control draw them back to Dogwood, Wes [...]


  15. From the opening scene when nine year old June Bug is startled to see her picture on a missing persons poster to the surprising yet satisfying ending, readers accompany the precocious girl and her father on a journey of discovery that forces her father to face his past so that June Bug can find her true future Throughout the story June Bug s delightful personality shines through She is spontaneous, free spirited and loving, a healing balm for her emotionally scarred father, a veteran of the war [...]


  16. June Bug by Chris Fabry is a fresh take on the classic tale Les Miserables Nine year old June Bug is mostly content with her life on the road with her dad, Johnson, until she sees her own picture on a poster for a kidnapped child The poster says she was kidnapped seven years ago, and that her real name is Natalie Ann and has an age progressed photo that looks just like her, down to the small birthmark on her cheek Her discovery sets a chain of events in motion that will change her entire life an [...]


  17. This story is mostly told from a 9 year old girl s point of view She sees her face on a missing persons poster and all of a sudden, her life is turned upside down She along with the reader begins to wonder just WHO is this person who she s called Daddy as far back as she can remember Does she have a mother somewhere The book is a result of her journey to find the truth about her life.We see two sides of the story, June Bug s grandparents, who have never given up hope of finding their granddaught [...]


  18. June Bug is seeing the country with her father via RV travel we come across them as the walmart manager is getting tired of them parked in the parking lot of his walmart and Sheila a kindly widow who works there takes them to her house until the part that will get the RV up and running again While at Walmart June Bug sees a picture of herself age progressed to the present, and questions start forming The story is wonderfully written and the author does well with characters making one love or hat [...]


  19. I really liked this book picked it up as a daily find had never read anything by this author before liked it from the very first word June Bug and her Daddy are characters that will stay with you for some time It is very well written and true to life It is a story of love and forgiveness I would recommend it.


  20. This must be my summer for reading about people from West Virginia or stories set in West Virginia Chris Fabry has provided a story that literally tugs at your heart strings It was impossible to read about June Bug and her father and not feel emotionally invested This is a wonderful story about how a little girl is saved by her father and in turns winds up being his saving grace as well.



  21. Never thought I would like the kidnapper but I did Was he really that The book held me captive from the very beginning I couldn t wait to read it after I had to put it down.


  22. Loved it I was nervous whether it was all the way clean or or, just based on imagination from the teaser But it is very clean, very well written and a great story I will be recommending this book


  23. June Bug by Chris Fabry caught my eye both because I have enjoyed others of his books, plus this one was said to be based on Victor Hugo s Les Miserables, one of my top two all time favorite novels.It begins with 9 year old June traveling around the country with her father, John Johnson, in an old RV It s the only life she has ever known They home school or RV school, as they like to joke and have seen much of the country But one day a part in the RV breaks down, and they park in a Wal mart park [...]


  24. Award winning author Chris Fabry s latest release, June Bug, is NOT to be missed It tells the story of a little girl living on the road with her dad, traveling from place to place in their RV The story opens when June Bug enters a Walmart store and sees a picture of herself in a collection of photos of missing children.The story that follows is poignant and beautiful, and proves the sovereignty of God how He can take something painful and horrible and bring incredible good out of it I laughed an [...]


  25. Wow Another spectacular Chris Fabry story He never disappoints I couldn t put this book down and it kept me guessing until the very end This is a must read Apparently, this is a retelling of Les Miserables But since I never read that book or watched the play movie, I had no idea what that story was about But I absolutely loved this book The only thing that would have made this book better is if it were an audiobook and narrated by Chris Fabry himself who is a very talented performer So I had to [...]


  26. It s been so long since I ever cried for a book This is just touching In the entire book, Johnson has told almost everyone they met on the road how much he loves June Bug and how much she means to him Every time I encountered this kind of sentences, I burst into tears Ever since the first day he met the little girl, he became another person He tried so hard to be a good father, to protect his little girl And the most touching point is that at the same time the little girl is protecting her fathe [...]


  27. Not only is this story filled with compelling characters and enough challenges twists to keep one guessing but it is the only story I ever remember sobbing at the end and when my husband said, So you didn t like the book I answered It s one of the best I ve ever read but I hated it because it didn t HAVE to end that way Clearly, Chris Fabry writes in a way that draws readers into a story Well done


  28. What a wonderful book I had already seen read War Room which is also by Chris Fabry and will be definitely looking for of his writing I can t tell you how much I recommend the reading of this book and all others by this authortalented turn of phrases, great characters and an underlying Christian themeRead this


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