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The Promise of Jesse Woods [Paperback]

By Chris Fabry (Author)
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The summer of 1972 was the most pivotal of Matt Plumley?s childhood. While his beloved Pirates battle for back-to-back World Series titles, Matt?s family moves from Pittsburgh to Dogwood, West Virginia, where his father steps into the pulpit of a church under the thumb of town leader Basil Blackwood. A fish out of water, Matt is relieved to forge a fast bond with two unlikely friends: Dickie Darrel Lee Hancock, a mixed-race boy, and Jesse Woods, a tough-as-nails girl with a sister on her hip and no dad in sight.As the trio traipses the hills and hollers, Matt begins to fall for Jesse, and their promises to each other draw him deeper into her terrifying reality. One night, the wrath of the Blackwoods and the secrets of Jesse?s family collide, and Matt joins Jesse in a rescue that saves one life and ends another . . . and severs the bond of their friendship.Years later, Matt is pulled back to Dogwood and to memories of that momentous summer by news of Jesse?s upcoming wedding. He could never shake the feeling that there was more to the story of that fateful night, and he?s determined to learn the truth behind the only promise Jesse Woods ever broke.

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Pages   415
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.2" Width: 5.4" Height: 1.1"
Weight:   0.75 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Jul 1, 2016
ISBN  1414387776  
ISBN13  9781414387772  


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More About 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 a 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, and his latest release, Every Waking Moment, have won three Christy Awards and an ECPA Christian Book Award, but it's his lyrical prose and tales of redemption that keep readers returning for more.

He has also published more than 65 other books, including nonfiction and 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.

Chris Fabry currently resides in Chicago, in the state of Illinois. Chris Fabry was born in 1961.
Chris Fabry has published or released items in the following series...
  1. Christian Large Print Originals
  2. Red Rock Mysteries (Paperback)
  3. Wormling


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Another Great Book by Author Fabry  Nov 7, 2016
The Promise of Jesse Woods by Christy award winning author Chris Fabry is a Christian novel about life in 1970's Appalachia. It is a poignant coming of age Southern novel. It is about friendships, love, secrets, and life with a minister's family. Set in the beautiful West Virginia mountains this book tells the tale of Jesse Woods and Matt Plumley. These two teenagers are somewhat misfits and as such find common ground for friendship. It is also about Dickie Hancock, a bi-racial boy, and the boys are good friends.

Matt's father is the new minister that has just moved back to his hometown of Dogwood, making 14 year old Matt the new kid. He meets Jesse and falls for her. Something happens and Jesse starts withdrawing from her friends. Matt's love stays strong throughout all the years and he needs to find out what happened.

This is a nostalgic tale. It is written in a time when kids could play outside until dark and ride their bicycles all over the countryside. This is a tale of innocence and secrets. It is about not understanding and enlightenment. While it is a little over 400 pages it is a quick, easy page turning read. The storyline is interesting, well planned, and researched. Dialogue is authentic and smooth.

Author Fabry has a lovely style of writing. It picks readers up and gently sets them down in the middle of his book's setting. As I read my emotions were up and down with those of the characters. I could see and smell the things they did. I felt like I was there. He writes back and worth between 1972 and 1984 in such a way that readers are interested and not confused. There are some twists and turns provided to keep things interested. There is mystery, intrigue, romance and inspiration as well as things you just don't discuss.

I would definitely recommend this emotionally moving book. It would be great for a book club as there are certainly things to discuss within its pages. The author has included discussion questions at the back of the book to aid groups. Those are always a plus. I rated it a 4 out of 5 stars. I was given the book by Book Fun (The Book Club Network) and this is my honest review.
 
Interesting coming of age story, NOT predictable!   Nov 5, 2016
The Promise of Jesse WoodsThe Promise of Jesse Woods by Chris Fabry
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I really struggled with this book at the beginning, and, to be honest, I'm not sure why. It seemed to drag in places and took me a bit to get into it.

I am a pastor's kid, so I expected eventually to somewhat relate to Matt, but I never really did. Maybe because his father would bend, and my father preaches the whole counsel of God...period. Plus, we as a family were all involved in the church ministry. Matt seemed to be totally disconnected from it.

As for the difficulty in finding friends, I did very much relate to that. I liked the characters in the book, and I actually found that I really liked the ending.

I guess this book just wasn't particularly my cup of tea, but I'm not disappointed I read it. If you like coming of age stories, this is for you. It did a great job of showing how certain circumstances shape and mold our life.

I received this book from bookfun. This is my honest opinion.

 
Innocence and Secrets  Nov 1, 2016
To Jesse Woods, a promise to be honored no matter what. That’s why Matt never understood how Jesse could break the most important of those long-ago promises…The fragile-appearing girl was the first person Matt met when his father, a pastor, moved their family to Dogwood, WV in 1972 to answer his call to the church where he had been raised. Matt and Jesse became friends while trying to untangle a beautiful horse from barbed wire it was entangled in and Jesse was the only person Matt could find who might have tools to help.

This gripping novel begins in 1984 when Matt is called by a childhood friend from that first year in Dogwood, telling him that Jesse is getting married and to whom. In spite of the commitments he has to the children he works with in Chicago, Matt takes a few days off and drives all night, back to 1972 WV where his memories come to life again.

Matt knows in 1972 that his life is easy compared to Jesse’s, especially as he keeps more of her secrets in the upcoming months. She cared for her ailing mother and little sister. Challenges he suffered, though, were how to be a preacher’s son in a small town where eyes of the church folk were always on him, and that his parents didn’t approve of his friends – Jesse, not their type of people, and Dickie, of mixed heritage. No matter how hard they tried, his parents could not split up the friendships yet they finally accepted his friendship with Dickie until Jesse let slip, in a moment of anger, one of the few secrets in Matt’s family.

Matt’s struggles with his faith, then and in 1984, are real. Some seemed like kid’s stuff, but if those kid’s stuff challenges aren’t resolved they may become deeply rooted in the adult one becomes, choking out tender faith. The mystery of why Jesse stopped hanging out with Matt haunted him, and whether he allows it to change his faith may change with the truths he has to go forward with. I’d love to see how he changes after 1984.

We get to know the characters, in particular Matt and Jesse, in such great depth that I wondered what it was for the author to live so closely in their heads and hearts. They are as very real people, so skillfully and caringly developed through behaviors and dialog. Dialog between Matt and his father as adults, between Matt and Jesse as adults was affirming and gave each the choice to move ahead. In a way I felt sorry for Matt’s father, as in those years there was much less grace then than now, and he endured much to keep his position.

Alternating between 1984 and 1972 is smooth and comfortable. The novel pulled me in and held me, suspended in time, with Matt and Jesse. In some ways I see this as a commentary of how we lived in those two decades; I also see how our choices have long-reaching results. Growing up about the same time as Matt, I remember many things mentioned so clearly – transistor radios, Faygo, baseball. Descriptions were so vivid I could picture even those things foreign to me, such as small town West Virginia.

The ending, not quite what I anticipated, was satisfactory. There are several spiritual lessons one can find, to each as the Lord would desire. I highly recommend it, especially to those coming of age in the 70’s and fans of the author’s writing.

From a grateful heart: I was given the book by Book Fun (The Book Club Network) and here is my honest review.
 
Growing up is so hard to do  Oct 25, 2016
The Promise of Jesse Woods by Christ Fabry is a wonderful book that draws you into the everyday lives of his characters. It is an engaging book that brings you to small town West Virginia and tells the story of three children who are best of friends and have secrets that must be kept and promises that may change as time goes by. Fabry gives a gritty view of poverty and broken families, of racism and bullying, and the grief of wartime decisions and death. The characters are realistic and evocative and you either love 'em or hate 'em! The story unfolds through a flashback type construct and flows well and quickly with a little humor, twists and turns and a satisfactory ending. Woven throughout is the truth of faith. When horrible things happen, is God really there? Does He even care? And when you find the truth what do you do with it? The Promise of Jesse Woods is a provocative and poignant coming of age story not to be missed.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Book Club network. A favorable review was not required and opinions are my own.
 
A coming of age novel...slow start.   Oct 19, 2016
I really struggled with this book at the beginning, and, to be honest, I'm not sure why. It seemed to drag in places and took me a bit to get into it.

I am a pastor's kid, so I expected eventually to somewhat relate to Matt, but I never really did. Maybe because his father would bend, and my father preaches the whole counsel of God...period. Plus, we as a family were all involved in the church ministry. Matt seemed to be totally disconnected from it.

As for the difficulty in finding friends, I did very much relate to that. I liked the characters in the book, and I actually found that I really liked the ending.

I guess this book just wasn't particularly my cup of tea, but I'm not disappointed I read it. If you like coming of age stories, this is for you. It did a great job of showing how certain circumstances shape and mold our life.

I received this book from bookfun. This is my honest opinion.
 
How long should a promise be kept  Oct 11, 2016
I do love Chris Fabry books!! “The Promise of Jesse Woods” does not disappoint! This is a work of fiction. It is clean and easy to read and understand.
The story takes place in two different times. It jumps back and forth between 1972, when our three main characters meet as kids, and we learn some of the details of their relationships. And then it switches to the current day, which is in 1984, where we read about some of the decisions they made as adults.
The lives these three kids, Jesse, Dickie and Matt, live were very challenging, each in a different way. Matt is the preacher’s kid, the fat boy. Jesse is poor as dirt. Dickie is of mixed race. None of them are very accepted in the town of Dogwood. But, they had each other, and their friendship goes deep! Matt falls in love with Jesse, but his parents want to keep the kids apart. Jesse makes Matt a promise, but will she keep it?
It was interesting to read the current day parts and see why they made some of the decisions they did. Matt was able to see that his preacher father needed to be set free from some bondage, but his dad was oblivious to it. Should Jesse be set free from her promise? Can Matt’s relationship with his dad improve?
This was a good read, the time period was realistic, the freedom children had to bike and hang out together all summer was great! There is a tad of a mystery, but mostly this story is about freedom, innocence and truth!
I received this book from The Book Club Network in exchange for my honest opinion.
 
Life in the Appalachian Mountains  Oct 9, 2016
The Promise of Jesse Woods is an emotional story of young love in the Appalachian Mountains of West Virginia. The two main characters of Jesse Woods and Matt Plumley are well written. At times the story moved a little slow for me with the antics of adolescents. Jesse's life was pretty unbelievable to me but may not have been that unusual for that area in the 1970s. As in real life, many people had secrets. The truth came out in the end and set several people free including Matt's preacher father.

I received a free copy of The Promise of Jesse Woods by Chris Fabry from www.bookfun.org. This is my honest opinion of the book.
 
Great Read  Sep 29, 2016
An unlikely trio of childhood friends, sticking together in spite of adults who “know better.” This book encourages me to see people as people—like God does—rather than a skin color, a weight, a gender or a socioeconomic status. We were created uniquely and we have varying circumstances; not for the purpose of division but of unity. We need each other and this book is a great reminder.
I received this book from TBCN in exchange for my honest review.
 
Everyone Needs a Savior  Sep 17, 2016
Matt Plumley is the new kid in the town of Dogwood, West Virginia. What makes his situation more difficult is that he is overweight, awkward, and to top it off, he is the Preacher’s Kid. Who will be looking to be his friend? As with most teenage friendships, it is usually other outcasts who befriend an outcast. The cool kids never have the time or the inclination. Dickie is the mixed race son of a soldier in Vietnam and Jesse Woods lives in more poverty and depravation than Matt has ever known. Matt’s parents do not encourage either of these friendships. During that summer in the 1970s, they enjoy riding their bikes all over town. Matt feels accepted and content. The problem is that there are many secrets. Matt doesn’t want anyone to know, Dickie especially, that his brother is a draft dodger who fled to Canada. Jesse doesn’t want anyone to know that her mother has died and she and her sister are alone. To add more intrigue to the plot, Matt’s father lives his life trying to appease a powerful member of his church who is bullying the whole neighborhood.
Fast forward twelve years, Matt is now a college graduate working as a counselor with at risk youth and keeping his options open for acting opportunities in Chicago. He gets a call from Dickie telling him that Jesse Woods is getting married. Feeling he must rescue her from making a mistake, he returns to Dogwood to try to stop the wedding. Matt envisions himself as Jesse’s savior. As he, his father, and Jesse are forced to face choices they made in the past and motivations for the future, the books comes to a satisfying conclusion.
This is the first book I have read by Chris Fabry and it won’t be my last. The writing is beautiful and the story is great. While it goes back and forth between 1972 and 1984, it is never difficult to follow the transition. It is a book with much to consider and would be a great book for a book club.
I received this from The Book Club Network in exchange for my opinion.
 
A Promise is a Promise   Sep 5, 2016
If I could give this book ten stars I would. The writing is extremely beautiful and the story captivates an audience right from the beginning page. It will leave you wanting more. Be prepared for the ending, because it is a tear jerker.

The story takes place between 1972-1984. An unlikely friendship has developed between Matt, the new kid , Dickie, an African American boy and Jesse the girl from the wrong side of the tracks. Matt is a likeable kid and is trying to fit in at a new school and finds it hard to do at tines. His character is one that you want to be friends with because you know he is going to have a hard time making lasting friends. He is kinda chubby and of course other kids use that to make him feel self conscious . He has a great quality that a lot of people lack. He is a true friend to the end and he keeps his promises. He is also know as PK. I was a PK Aldo and know how hard it can be at times to have a dad who is a preacher.

The story follows the trio as they go through some tough times growing up. I have to say that Jesse was my favorite character. She is a tough as nails girl who ferociously protects her little sister. She has made a promise to her mother. What promise did she make? Does she keep her promise or forget about as she gets older? I loved that she never backed down from a fight and would do anything for you if you were her friend. She was made fun of because she was poor . She acted like it didn't bother her, but deep down her heart was broken. It's hard to feel unwanted and to alone in the world.

Dickie is a great kid but has to deal with his dad being away serving in the Vietnam War. Dickie misses his dad and is so proud of his patriotism. I loved the friendship between Dickie and Matt. Dickie has this wonderful saying that he tells everyone. "I'm looking for a breakthrough. " Does he ever find his breakthrough" Matt and Dickie seemed to be inseparable until a secret is revealed that causes their friendship to end. What secret destroyed their friendship? Will Dickie ever forgive Matt?

I loved the story that flowed with ease and kept me glued to the pages as Matt's life is told with humor, sadness, and promises. The story is emotional at times and I became attached to the characters. The blooming attraction between Jesse and Matt is sweet and a wonderful coming of age story. This is one story you will never forget. Why does Matt come back after all these years to his hometown? How important is it to keep a promise?

"Man looks on the outside but God looks at the heart."

"If you can't keep a promise, what can you keep?"

I received a copy of this book from The BookClub Network for an honest review.
 
Southern Fiction at its finest  Aug 29, 2016
This book is amazing. It is Southern Fiction at its finest and I could not put it down. If you enjoy beautifully written Southern fiction and a coming of age story that takes you back to your childhood memories, this is the book for you. The story alternates between 1972 and 1984 and absolutely keeps you hooked. It touches on subjects that many times are avoided and it demonstrates that Ministers and their families are not perfect, but God does work with willing vessels.

This story is about Matt Plumbley, the fourteen year old son of a Preacher who is moving back to his hometown to pastor a church. Matt is the new kid in town and such a sweet character. It is the story of the summer Matt meets and falls in love with Jessie Woods. It is a story of teenage misfits, who find friendship with each other. It is story that keeps you turning the pages long after bedtime. It is wonderful.
 
Childhood, choices and consequences collide...  Jul 19, 2016
SUMMARY:
Spanning from 1972 to 1984 while moving alternatively between the years, The Promise of Jesse Woods tells the tale of three preteens growing into adults. With secrets, traumas and actions shared between them, the now adults must come to terms with promises, stories and consequences, some of them known, others unknown at the time. Matt, Dickie and Jesse live separate lives yet are bonded by events shaping their lives many years ago…

A PENNY FOR MY THOUGHTS:
In this deeply emotional and moving “coming-of-age” story, author and Christy Award Winner, Chris Fabry, shares characters so real, you may just personally recognize them. Always an author of truly passionate and stirring novels, The Promise of Jesse Woods is no exception. Bouncing between the time periods, from past to present, I found myself drawn into story, always reading just “one more page” which ultimately turned into chapter after chapter. With childhood, choices, consequences, forgiveness, faith and life combined into structuring preteens into adults, this is a storyline that may remind you of your own growing up. Well done.

RATING:
4.5 (out of 5) pennies

*I received a complimentary copy of The Promise of Jesse Woods from Tyndale House Publishers for my honest review*
 
Awesome Story of Friendship  Jul 18, 2016
The Promise of Jesse Woods is written by Chris Fabry, author of War Room. Matt Plumley moved to Dogwood with his parents. He quickly becomes best friends with mixed-raced Dickie and a very poor tough girl, Jesse. Matt's father is the new pastor in town to a church controlled by a prominent and controlling man, Mr. Blackwood. Mr. Blackwood used getting the pastor's home finished as a means to try to control the pastor and his family.
Matt left Dogwood after school and had no contact with his friends. Years later Matt is contacted by Dickie, Jesse is getting married to Earl Blackwood. While growing up Matt promises to marry Jesse. Now he is troubled with what he should do, he still loves Jesse. Matt's return home brings back a lot of memories of the summer of 1972 and reveals to him a lot of things that happened while he was growing up that he did not know.
I really like this book. It is a book of growing up and moving on. Matt did the same thing a lot of people do, he moved away from home, started a career and did not keep in touch with childhood friends. This story shows how strong the ties to our childhood friends can be and how they can affect our lives. I really like how the book shows what it was like for a Matt as a pastor's son. He grew up in a Christian home but confused being a Christian with being someone who rescues others. I would recommend this book to anyone.
I received a copy of this book from Tyndale House Publishing for an honest review.
 
Pubescent Promises & Offsets  Jul 12, 2016
“But she was the same girl I had fallen in love with, the same girl who had cast a spell I wasn’t sure I would ever escape,” Matt recalls in Chris Fabry’s novel, The Promise of Jesse Woods.

~ What ~
This four-hundred-nineteen-page paperback targets those who enjoy a romantic fiction of youths making important decisions and understanding life changes. With no profanity, topics of sexual abuse, pregnancy, and death may not be appropriate for immature readers. The ending includes acknowledgments, the author’s biography, a dozen discussion questions, and advertisements.

~ Why ~
This tale set in 1972 and 1984 is written in first person by thirteen-year-old Matt Plumley, a preacher’s kid whose family has moved to the small town of Dogwood, West Virginia. Always being on the outside of society, Matt befriends Dickie, a boy of mixed race whose father is serving in Vietnam, and Jesse Woods, a poor Appalachian girl who has to take care of her three-year-old sister.

Against Matt’s parents’ wishes, the three become best friends, sharing some of their deepest secrets. When Jesse and Matt make promises to each other, he believes they should be kept, even twelve years later when he returns to Dogwood to see her get married.

~ Why ~
Typical of Fabry’s writing style, the story engages readers as they are pulled into one after another dilemma of Jesse’s sad and challenging life of never being in control or getting what is expected. With Matt’s parents promoting Christianity, sometimes they cross bounds when loving their children. Containing twists of emotional and spiritual outcomes, it is not until the ending that Matt understands self-sacrifice and love.

~ Why Not ~
Those who do not like stories written in first person about three coming-of-age preteens, interpersonal relationships, family dynamics, and hardships may not be interested in reading this one.

~ Who ~
Winner of several Christy Awards, Fabry has authored over seventy books for adults and children. He is a native of West Virginia and is married with nine children.

~ Wish ~
I wish all pronouns of God were capitalized for reverence.

~ Want ~
If you want a story about facing the past while trying to move into the future and learning God is in control, this is a light read surrounding the pubescent years of a boy and girl.

Rated 4.5 of 5 stars.

Thanks to Tyndale for this book to read and review.
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