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Home for Erring and Outcast Girls An emotionally raw and resonant story of love, loss, and the enduring power of friendship, following the lives of two young women connected by a home for fallen girls, and inspired by historical events In turn of the 20th century Texas, the Berachah Home for the Redemption and Protection of Erring Girls is an unprecedented beacon of hope for young women consigned to the dangerous poverty of the streets by birth, circumstance, or personal tragedy Built in 1903 on the dusty outskirts of Arlington, a remote dot between Dallas and Fort Worth s red light districts, the progressive home bucks public opinion by offering faith, training, and rehabilitation to prostitutes, addicts, unwed mothers, and ruined girls without forcibly separating mothers from children When Lizzie Bates and Mattie McBride meet there one sick and abused, but desperately clinging to her young daughter, the other jilted by the beau who fathered her ailing son they form a friendship that will see them through unbearable loss, heartbreak, difficult choices, and ultimately, diverging paths.A century later, Cate Sutton, a reclusive university librarian, uncovers the hidden histories of the two troubled women as she stumbles upon the cemetery on the home s former grounds and begins to comb through its archives in her library Pulled by an indescribable connection, what Cate discovers about their stories leads her to confront her own heartbreaking past, and to reclaim the life she thought she d let go forever With great pathos and powerful emotional resonance, Home for Erring and Outcast Girls explores the dark roads that lead us to ruin, and the paths we take to return to ourselves. Best Read Home for Erring and Outcast Girls [ Author ] Julie Kibler [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – quickpaydayloansonlineuk.co.uk

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  1. Julie Kibler is a great writer I fell madly in love with her book Calling Me Home , her debut novel published in 2013 Her irresistible novel often had me laughing or crying Julie is gifted in her ability to portray the perceptions and emotions of her characters She writes with sensitivity, and insights, rendering meticulous attention to details This second novel Home for Erring and Outcast Girls..has been a long anticipated wait Many of Julie s fansme includedare excited hap Julie Kibler is a great writer I fell madly in love with her book Calling Me Home , her debut novel published in 2013 Her irresistible novel often had me laughing or crying Julie is gifted in her ability to portray the perceptions and emotions of her characters She writes with sensitivity, and insights, rendering meticulous attention to details This second novel Home for Erring and Outcast Girls..has been a long anticipated wait Many of Julie s fansme includedare excited happy campers with this new book Its wonderful The research is impeccable..crafting is easy to follow and storytelling is vibrant Julie once again delivers an evocative emotional sorrowful captivating story.She engages and educates us about a little known time in history A little backgro...

  2. Based on the synopsis, this was a book that I was really looking forward to reading I love historical fiction books and I thought a story about the real life Berachah Home sounded like it had a lot of potential Unfortunately, I had a hard time connecting with the characters so this turned out to just be an okay read.The Berachah Home was pretty unique back in the early 1900s Let s face it, if a single woman back then was pregnant, she wasn t treated too kindly Many women were sent away to li Based on the synopsis, this was a book that I was really looking forward to reading I love historical fiction books and I thought a story about the real life Berachah Home sounded like it had a lot of potential Unfortunately, I had a hard time connecting with the characters so this turned out to just be an okay read.The Berachah Home was pretty unique back in the early 1900s Let s face it, if a single woman back then was pregnant, she wasn t treated too kindly Many women were sent away to live in homes with other pregnant women until they gave birth and put the babies up for adoption What made the Berachah Home different from these other places was the women there were allowed to keep their babies and got the opportunity to learn job skills which wou...

  3. Home for Erring and Outcast Girls tells the story of real life inhabitants of the Berachah Industrial Home for the Redemption of Erring Girls, established near the turn of the 20h century in Arlington, Texas The home, run by the Reverand J.T Upchurch and his wife, Maggie May, provided a safe place for women, who often arrived on their doorstep pregnant These girls or women were considered fallen, either because they had lost their virginity due to rape, had become pregnant out of wedlock, o Home for Erring and Outcast Girls tells the story of real life inhabitants of the Berachah Industrial Home for the Redemption of Erring Girls, established near the turn of the 20h century in Arlington, Texas The home, run by the Reverand J.T Upchurch and his wife, Maggie May, provided a safe place for women, who often arrived on their doorstep pregnant These girls or women were considered fallen, either because they had lost their virginity due to rape, had become pregnant out of wedlock, or had lived lives of prostitution, drinking or drugs Unlike other Christian establishments, these women were allowed to keep their babies, and were cared for as long as needed.This historical novel centers around two main characters, Mattie and Lizzie, who found their way to the home and became lifelong friends after suffering abuse and rejection by their fa...

  4. I enjoyed this book it definitely wasn t one that I could fly through in a day I read it off and on for about a week and a half.It was probably about 100 pages longer than it needed to be, and it got confusing with all the different points of view and timelines There was Mattie POV in 1904 and forward, and then Lizzie s POV in 1904 and forward, then there was Cate as a teenager, and present day Cate and Laurel It was just a lot I could have absolutely done without Cate s entire story line I enjoyed this book it definitely wasn t one that I could fly through in a day I read it off and on for about a week and a half.It was probably about 100 pages longer than it needed to be, and it got confusing with all the different points of view and timelines There was Mattie POV in 1904 and forward, and then Lizzie s POV in 1904 and forward, then the...

  5. What a disappointment This could have been a fine, interesting book about the Berachah Home for the Redemption and Protection of Erring Girls built in 1903 in Arlington, Texas This was a real place and operated until 1935 It was a unique place at the time as it did not shame the girls, encouraged them to keep their children and taught them marketable skills to operate in the outside world It was full of love and compassion, the first that some of the women had ever experienced Then for som What a disappointment This could have been a fine, interesting book about the Berachah Home for the Redemption and Protection of Erring Girls built in 1903 in Arlington, Texas This was a real place and operated until 1935 It was a unique place at the time as it did not shame the girls, encouraged them to keep their children and taught them marketable skills to operate in the outside world It was full of love and compassion, the first that some of the women had ever experienced Then for some bizarre reason, the author threw in another story about Cate Sutton, an university librarian in 2017, apparently working on the archives of the Home It is really about her high school romance that she is still reliving years later It adds NOTHING to the story and is frankly aggravating I had to slog through those parts and eventual...

  6. Thanks to Netgalley and Crown Publishing for a digital galley in exchange for an honest review. This is a solid historical fiction about an important role that the Berachah Home for the Redemption and Protection of Erring Girls in Texas played in supporting and providing a place for women and their children Similar to other books of this genre, there is a contemporary timeline and a historical timeline early 1900 s The different women Cate, Mattie, and Lizzie represent the many women who haThanks to Netgalley and Crown Publishing for a digital galley in exchange for an honest review. This is a solid historical fiction about an important role that the Berachah Home for the Redemption and Protection of Erring Girls in Texas played in supporting and providing a place for women and their children Similar to other books of this genre, there is a contemporary timeline and a historical timeline early 1900 s The different women Cate, Mattie, and Lizzie represent the many women who have experienced trauma and heartache There s no doubt in my mind that this is a bookclub contender I just wished during my entire reading experience that I could have liked itI know, I know, we reviewers often fall back on that line and it might not appear genuine But this is one of those books that I REALLY wish that I could just rave about and sob into my pillow or have difficulty talking about with a reader friend Because these...

  7. Home for Erring and Outcast Girls was Julie Kibler s second novel and once again her writing was beautiful , insightful and meaningful After reading Julie Kibler s first novel, Calling Me Home, I was thrilled to see she had written a second book Thanks to Netgalley and Crown Publishing I was granted access to an ARC version and I was beyond thrilled I had high expectations for Home for Erring and Outcast Girls based on my feelings after reading Calling Me Home and I was not disappointed Juli Home for Erring and Outcast Girls was Julie Kibler s second novel and once again her writing was beautiful , insightful and meaningful After reading Julie Kibler s first novel, Calling Me Home, I was thrilled to see she had written a second book Thanks to Netgalley and Crown Publishing I was granted access to an ARC version and I was beyond thrilled I had high expectations for Home for Erring and Outcast Girls based on my feelings after reading Calling Me Home and I was not disappointed Julie Kibler had a distinct way of writing her books In both novels, she introduced several characters and told some of their stories in present time and some were told in the past I enjoyed getting to know the different characters in Home for Erring and Outcast Girls By the time the story ended, I felt a real connection to them While I read Home for Erring and Outcast Girls I laughed, cried, felt the pain some of the girls experienced and felt bewildered and...

  8. A lifetime apart, Cate Sutton discovers Lizzie and Mattie in the library where she works and in an old and unkempt cemetery nearby What exactly was The Home for Erring and Outcast Girls Was it a good option for young women and their mostly illegitimate children or something else With only a handful of ancient records and the cemetery as a resource, Cate sets out to discover just that While dealing with issues and struggles in her own life and mind, she takes on a young assistant with her o A lifetime apart, Cate Sutton discovers Lizzie and Mattie in the library where she works and in an old and unkempt cemetery nearby What exactly was The Home for Erring and Outcast Girls Was it a good option for young women and their mostly illegitimate children or something else With only a handful of ancient records and the cemetery as a resource, Cat...

  9. Let me begin with some personal prejudices I was adopted and my biological parents weren t married It irritates me to no end when we put labels on people, women in particular who through no fault of their own end up in difficult situations That said, I m a huge fan of Julie Kibler s first book, Calling Me Home.This story is told from three main characters point of view Lizzy and Mattie are women who are In need of the services of the Berachah Industrial Home which took in women who were preg Let me begin with some personal prejudices I was adopted and my biological parents weren t married It irritates me to no end when we put labels on people, women in particular who through no fault of their own end up in difficult situations That said, I m a huge fan of Julie Kibler s first book, Calling Me Home.This story is told from three main characters point of view Lizzy and Mattie are women who are In need of the services of the Berachah Industrial Home which took in women who were pregnant Cate is a archival librarian in modern day who works at the university in Texas where many of the records of the Berachah home reside The chapters alternate between thes...