The Scarlet Thread

About the Author: Francine Rivers

New York Times bestselling author Francine Rivers continues to win both industry acclaim and reader loyalty around the globe Her numerous bestsellers include Redeeming Love, A Voice in the Wind, and Bridge to Haven, and her work has been translated intothan thirty different languages She is a member of Romance Writers of America s coveted Hall of Fame as well as a recipient of the Lifetime New York Times bestselling author Francine Rivers continues to win both industry acclaim and reader loyalty around the globe Her numerous bestsellers include Redeeming Love, A Voice in the Wind, and Bridge to Haven, and her work has been translated intothan thirty different languages She is a member of Romance Writers of America s coveted Hall of Fame as well as a recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award from American Christian Fiction Writers ACFW www.francinerivers.comwww.facebook.com FrancineRivers Twitter FrancineRivers


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  • Paperback
  • 462 pages
  • The Scarlet Thread
  • Francine Rivers
  • English
  • 12 July 2019
  • 0842342710

The Scarlet Thread This Best Selling Novel By Popular Author Francine Rivers Is Now Available In Mass Paper When Sierra Discovers Her Young Ancestor S Handcrafted Quilt And Reads Her Journal, She Finds That Their Lives Are Very Similar By Following Her Ancestor S Example, She Learns To Surrender To God S Sovereignty And Unconditional Love.

10 thoughts on “The Scarlet Thread

  1. Marianne says:

    The Scarlet Thread by Francine Rivers is NOT my favorite book It probably never will be, no matter how many times I read it I can t even say I like Sierra, the main character of the novel, or what she does, or Alex, the other main character Why not Because reading this book is like holding up a mirror and looking at myself, square in the face Never did I feel I was inside Sierra s mind, but often I felt she had invaded mine This novel actually is a story within a story, telling the story o The Scarlet Thread by Francine Rivers is NOT my favorite book It probably never will be, no matter how many times I read it I can t even say I like Sierra, the main character of the novel, or what she does, or Alex, the other main character Why not Because reading this book is like holding up a mirror and looking at myself, square in the face Never did I feel I was inside Sierra s mind, but often I felt she had invaded mine This novel actually is a story within a story, telling the story of Sierra along side the story of Mary Katherine Both left their comfortable life among family to follow their husbands, and did this unwillingly Though many years separated them, the two stories Mary Katherine s narrativ...

  2. Jessica says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I didn t end up reading the entire book Personal preference, but I was horrified when the husband up and announced they were leaving their home, moving somewhere glamorous , and putting their house of ten years up for sale With NO forewarning or previous com...

  3. Jenn says:

    I just read this book for the second time I think it s a good portrayal of what can happen in a marriage when both parties are selfish However, there s got to be some way that people can talk about finding God in their lives without being completely cliche It s frustrating to be reading along and enjoying the book when suddenly, WHAM, there s a phrase that just makes you groan One of Rivers as well as many other inspirational fiction writers trademarks is using one ...

  4. Geri Reads says:

    I m seeing a disturbing trend among Christian fiction where husbands engage in extra marital affairs and it s always, ALWAYS ends up being the wife s fault ALWAYS Plus, the women ALWAYS end suffering and losing everything, pride, dignity, self esteem , and the husbands get off with nothan a slap in the wrist And not only that, it s the wife who always ends up apologizing to the husband because it s their fault the husband had an affair Unbelievable I m all for love and forgiveness I m seeing a disturbing trend among Christian fiction where husbands engage in extra marital affairs and it s always, ALWAYS ends up being the wife s fault ALWAYS Plus, the women ALWAYS end suffering and losing everything, pride, dignity, ...

  5. Natalie Vellacott says:

    I had high hopes for this book due to having enjoyed The Atonement Child and And the Shofar Blew, however, I was disappointed There are two stories which are meant to be running parallel and presumably woven together But, they don t actually fit with each other and could easily be extracted from the book and told independently The first story is about a gradually declining marriage leading to an affair and the other is told through the journal of a girl that used to live in the first couple s I had high hopes for this book due to having enjoyed The Atonement Child and And the Shofar Blew, however, I was disappointed There are two stories which are meant to be running parallel and presumably woven together But, they don t actually fit with each other and could easily be extracted from the book and told independently The first story is about a gradually declining marriage leading to an affair and the other is told through the journal of a g...

  6. Meredith White says:

    After reading Redeeming Love, I couldn t wait to pick up another Francine Rivers book The Scarlet Thread highlights the life of two women, generations apart but of the same family Enduring differing but similar hardships, it is their ultimate reconciliation with their Savior that binds these two women together Per the title, the scarlet thread is represented in a quilt made by the earlier of the two women Interwoven throughout is a scarlet thread repres...

  7. Leila says:

    What can I say I don t expect a ton from Francine Rivers The most interesting parts of her books are people s conversion stories That s where this one disappointed Everything happened too easily and all the resolutions to each problem that took HUNDREDS of pages going through each minor issue took only a handful of pages to resolve I didn t feel that any of the characters grew, they just shifted into these obvious molds The moral of this story is unfortunate as wellit seems that no What can I say I don t expect a ton from Francine Rivers The most interesting parts of her books are people s conversion stories That s where this one disappointed Everything happened too easily and all the resolutions to each problem that took HUNDREDS of pages going through each minor issue took only a handful of pages to resolve I didn t feel that any of the characters grew, they just shifted into ...

  8. Mandy says:

    it is the men who dream of Oregon It is as though Heaven itself beckons them and we must all cross hell to get to it Set across different centures, The Scarlet Thread follows the lives of two women who are joined through an old, tatty journal as they each grapple with their husband s ambition.Twenty first century woman Sierra Madrid is less than thrilled when her husband Alex announces that he has accepted a job offer which means they must move hundreds of miles to Los Angeles She is so up it is the men who dream of Oregon It is as though Heaven itself beckons them and we must all cross hell to get to it Set across different centures, The Scarlet Thread follows the lives of two women who are joined through an old, tatty journal as they each grapple with their husband s ambition.Twenty first century woman Sierra Madrid is less than thrilled when her husband Alex announces that he has accepted a job offer which means they must move hundreds of miles to Los Angeles She is so upset about the family being uprooted that she fails to see how God could have a hand in any of this, despite her mother s insistance that God has a plan for her life Suspi...

  9. Sarah Miller says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I am facing an upcoming move with my husband, and a friend of mine saw how much I was struggling with it, and she gave me this book to help She had the best of intentions I think While the story was completely captivating I read it in 2 days , and I felt so attached to the characters, there were a few prevalent themes to this book that really bothered me 1 The main character, Sierra Where do I even start with her She was bland, boring, and I could not understand why Alex was so madly I am facing an upcoming move with my husband, and a friend of mine saw how much I was struggling with it, and she gave me this book to help She had the best of intentions I think While the story was completely captivating I read it in 2 days , and I felt so attached to the characters, there were a few prevalent themes to this book that really bothered me 1 The main character, Sierra Where do I even start with her She was bland, boring, and I could not understand why Alex was so madly in love with her She repeatedly state...

  10. Amy says:

    For me the Scarlet Thread made sense I could certainly relate to Sierra, her feelings about moving across country away from family and the life that they had established in her home town I could also relate to her husband s need for adventure, feeling like he needed to better provide for his family and follow his dreams I don t think it is always easy for a wife to follow her husband And many times it takes lots of work on our attitudes when we are faced with those kind of decisions In ligh For me the Scarlet Thread made sense I could certainly relate to Sierra, her feelings about moving across country away from family and the life that they had established in her home town I could also relate to her husband s need for adventure, feeling like he needed to better provide for his family and follow his dreams I don t think it is always easy for a wife to follow her husband And many times it takes lots of work on our attitudes when we are faced with those kind of decisions In light of the fact that Sierra didn t appear to be a Christian at the time, or at least had not had a personal relationship with God, it is evenunderstandable that she would feel the way she did I think the author portrayed things that many people go through in th...