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Running Barefoot by Amy Harmon. by Amy Harmon on April 22, Deeply romantic and poignant, Running Barefoot is the story of a small town girl and a. by Amy Harmon. by Amy Harmon on June 19, Original TitleMaking Faces; CreatorAmy Harmon; Languageen Running Barefoot by Amy Harmon. Harmon, Amy Sutorius, Running Barefoot: a novel / by Amy Harmon. - 1st edition Summary: When awkward musical prodigy Josie Jensen meets Samuel.
Why was it that no one saw her, yet she was the first thing I saw? If heaven was the octagon, then she was my angel at the center of it all, the girl with the power to take me down and lift me up again.
The girl I wanted to fight for, the girl I wanted to claim. Get A Copy. More Details Original Title. The Law of Moses 2. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
To ask other readers questions about The Song of David , please sign up. Is there going to be any cameo of Georgia and Moses????? Amy Harmon More than a cameo - there is a lot of Moses in this book. Georgia too, but Moses actually narrates the book with Tag. It is something that isn't done …more More than a cameo - there is a lot of Moses in this book.
It is something that isn't done very often if ever? A book narrated by the main character and his best friend. Hope you love it.
This question contains spoilers… view spoiler [Hi Amy how long after his son's birth does David dies?
Sophie This answer contains spoilers… view spoiler [ I believe this ending is vague on purpose. I make sense that Tag died shortly after his wedding with Millie when we know how sick he was and that they …more I believe this ending is vague on purpose. I make sense that Tag died shortly after his wedding with Millie when we know how sick he was and that they only got one child and just the thought brokes my heart!
See all 12 questions about The Song of David…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Apr 15, Christy rated it it was amazing Shelves: And no one can deliver such beautiful, powerful and profound stories consistently like she does.
All of her stories are special and unique. Her characters are perfectly flawed and wonderful. Figuratively and literally. Tag never had much to live for, except his friends and fight 5 Tag Team stars!
Tag never had much to live for, except his friends and fights, until he met Millie. Then everything changed. Millie and her brother Henry change everything for Tag. Millie is one of those heroines that have so much strength.
She takes care of herself and her brother Henry. Speaking of Henry, Ms Harmon has this way about writing secondary characters that become your favorite. Henry is such a special guy. I loved his relationship with Millie and especially Tag. This book had me in tears more than once.
I know people are going to be curious about the ending, but honestly, I think it ended perfectly for the story.
As well as it could. At our lowest. At our weakest. True intimacy happens when nothing is perfect. View all 55 comments.
Jun 03, Penny Reid rated it it was amazing Shelves: Amy Harmon is a master storyteller, and 'The Song of David' is-- in typical Harmon style-- completely unpredictable, atypical, heart-wrenching, inspiring, and passionate. I'm going to keep this review completely spoiler free and just tell you what you need to know: This is an incredible story.
This book has soul. I cried. You're probably going to cry, too.
Just let it happen. You'll feel better after.
I Amy Harmon is a master storyteller, and 'The Song of David' is-- in typical Harmon style-- completely unpredictable, atypical, heart-wrenching, inspiring, and passionate. In fact, you're probably going to smile after you're done crying. So, enjoy. And do yourself a favor, go into it "blind". View all 7 comments. Kristin KC - Traveling Sister. Amy Harmon nailed me in chest with the feels!!! Tag is a lot of things to a lot of different people: MMA fighting is how Tag channels his energy and feelings.
Women have always danced. Even though she has obstacles in her path they don't prevent her from living her life. Millie makes no excuses or apologizes for who she is but instead lives with purpose.
Unlike any other female Tag has ever encounter he is drawn to her on a deeper level. Harmon nailed it again when she created Henry. Secondary characters are a Harmon specialty. She has a knack for creating the most phenomenal supporting characters. He touched my heart and made me smile.
Facing the giants that stood in their way was what made them strong and bonded them together. Putting into words how I feel about this book make me feel inadequate. I just know that this passionately told love story gripped my heart and made me fall in love with all the characters.
If you enjoy unique and poignant stories then this book is a must read. June 13, Pre-order order: This is a stand-alone story, but it is highly recommended that The Law of Moses be read first to avoid spoilers. View all 79 comments. This is what happened to me after I finished The Song of David. I want to keep this story in my heart forever. I loved this story so much and I cried, I laughed and simply melted for it!
Such a powerful, unique, beautiful, emotional, heartbreaking and sweet story!! I'm not going to forget this story Amy Harmon proved once again what an amazing and talented author she is!! Each time I read a new story from her I fall more and more in love with her writing!! I thought my favorite was Making Faces..
From the first pages I was captivated in Tag's story and I can say that I was a little concerned about where the story was heading!
I try to be strong and I keep reading.. Everything in this story is beautiful.. Tag, Millie and Henry are so lovable characters! I can't express how much I loved them! Each one of them has something in their personalities that made me love them!
Tag is a fighter! He cares for his friend and he will do anything to help them!! I adored Millie, she is strong, sweet and funny. It was beautiful seeing Tag and Millie getting to know one another. Henry is Millie's brother and he is so unique and sweet!
It was nice seeing Georgia and especially Moses again both of whom play very important roles in this book!! Whenever I finish a book from Amy Harmon, I'm left thinking about my life what I have done and what I should do to make myself a better person and this is simply amazing because no other author has done this to me with a book! The influence a book can have to us! You should read The Law of Moses before you read this book because you will understand this story much better. I highly recommend it!!
She will captivate you with her beautiful stories!!! Thank you so much Amy for this amazing story!!! I can't wait to read more books from you!! ARC provided in exchange for an honest review. View all 64 comments. Her stories leave me breathless, they are emotionally invigorating tales that simply need to be experienced moment by moment as the reader unfolds the tightly packed layers allowing the tapestry of them to envelop their senses.
The Song of David is unique in its premise and telling, a story of life, love, hope and fight. A story that made my heart swell with emotion and my angst levels fly. I smiled, I loved, I wondered, I cried and I sobbed uncontrollably. This story touched my heart and gave me the deep feelings I crave from my reading material, feelings that I wish I could bottle and savour forever.
The Song of David begins 3 years after The Law of Moses with the main focus now on the story of David Taggert and Millie, and sensitively entwined with the thoughts and feelings of Moses. The way Amy Harmon proceeds to tell the story of Tag is simple yet extraordinarily effective and utterly unique.
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I was enchanted by the prose, captivated by the dialogue, in awe of her character relationships and completely immersed in the ebb and flow of the elements within the story telling. Tag, despite his tough guy persona, has so much heart.
He's gentle, sweet caring, and thoughtful. Readers discover the beginning of his emotionally heart breaking story in The Law of Moses but for those who decide to jump straight into The Song of David, or need a recap, the scene is perfectly set and the necessary story details are revisited.
David or Tag, as his friends call him, has become a man of pride and integrity whose current aim in life is to do the right thing by his friends, family and the people he loves the most.
Millie is strong, resourceful, courageous and confident. The perfect heroine whom I have the utmost respect for. Amy Harmon, for me, is the Queen of the perfect slow burn story sprinkled with engaging magic.
The abundance of integrity and truth makes the story overflow with beauty and warmth evoking raw authentic emotions that are deep, exquisite and often life affirming.
The desperation that builds throughout the story arc is palpable. It made me catch my breath and like a tidal wave it hit me and flooded my heart with tears. She pulled me in, took hold of my mind and rewarded my patience with the most intense and exquisite angst levels that drive the story forward. I basked in it. I savoured the feeling; I read and reread sections of the flawless writing, even the parts that made me sob The characters in the Song of David held my hearts in the palm of their story This author always makes me think on a deeper level, she has such a beautiful way of presenting life and sadness whilst edged with happiness and love.
The emotion and angst captured when sprinkled with a dose of Amy Harmon is pure gold. On Saturday, I thought I saw them once, beyond the wall of windows along the front of the gym, but when I looked again they were gone. I shrugged, deciding Henry must not have been as excited by the idea as Amelie thought he would be.
They were garnering some strange looks—Henry with his crazy bedhead, his darting glances, and jittery hands and Amelie because she stood so still and looked so out of place in a gym filled with muscles and men.
I called a quick halt to my bout, escaping Axel, who was trying to pummel me into next week, and slid between the ropes that cordoned off one of the octagons. But Henry started backing up, pulling his sister with him. Hold up, man. Benny Leonard vs. Mickey Walker. God bless Netflix.
The mention of the radio had made me think of Henry and the sportscast blaring from his bedroom. What else did you find out? I laughed. But they could both probably kick my ass. It's not a sequel, but it is a spin-off, and I would wholeheartedly recommend reading The Law of Moses first because not only is it a 5 star read but reading it adds a provenance, depth and a rich feeling of knowledge pertaining to Tag's story.
Both books will stay with me forever. View all 46 comments. They meet, they fall… and after that they go through an unbelievable road of learning when to be strong, learning when to fight, and how to love the other person in their worst moments. Get in and get ready for an amazing journey of romance and strength. This one was no exception. And I know, that whenever I need an unusual and amazing romance, whenever I need a story that will take trough an unforgettable road, her books are always a great choice.
Characters Development: I liked both protagonists, especially the fieriness of Millie. Some heated scenes. Sensible Subjects: View all 16 comments. Apr 15, Brandi rated it it was amazing Shelves: A beautiful, thought-provoking novel, with a phenomenal cast of characters.
Honestly, Amy is a master at creating a stories that just resonate in your heart and soul. I adored The Song of David and I wish go on all day about how wonderful this story was, but Amy tends to render me wordless.
I just can't put into words what this story meant to me, how special and honest it was, how it just made me FEEL everything. So I urge everyone to read it, to experience the story for themselves, and hopefull A beautiful, thought-provoking novel, with a phenomenal cast of characters.
So I urge everyone to read it, to experience the story for themselves, and hopefully you will love it too. View all 43 comments. Her stories are always thought provoking and heartfelt. They evoke every single one of my emotions and I loved every minute of it. Just know that it was an amazing and touching story that will fill your heart.
He had experienced a loss that set him and Moses off on a journey. Tag returned a different man in some ways but still a fighter. He was a protector and he was a fierce friend. From the moment Millie reaches out and touches him, Tag knows she is unlike the other woman and wonders if he is strong enough to claim her.
She was a survivor. She had a powerful spirit that made her beautiful. She needed to be loved and accepted for who she was. She would be the woman to bring Tag to his knees. Their relationship will see the sunshine and the storm. There is sweetness and sadness. For those that have read this what do you think Is Tag still alive?
My initial thought is yes. What do you think? View all 58 comments. Apr 15, Shelli Proffitt Howells rated it it was amazing. Except, you never really can know what to expect. Her books are different. And in that respect, The Song of David is no exception. Harmon excels at creating intriguing and unusual characters. It sounds like the beginning of a bad joke, but remember — this is Amy Harmon. She saves her characters from becoming caricatures by adding depth and realism, strength and weakness, by stepping aside and letting Tag and Millie simply be themselves.
Neither does Harmon give her secondary characters short shrift. Henry is endearing and has some of the most funny, tender, and heart-rending moments in the book. Harmon knows how to do sexy without the ick factor of so many romance novels these days.
She makes our toes curl and our hearts beat faster. She makes us yearn to find our own soul-mate, or to be grateful for the one we have. Through their strength, Harmon reminds us that life is unfair to all of us, some perhaps more than others, yet life also gives us miracles that make it all worth it. On the one hand, those who have just finished The Law of Moses and want more Moses are going to be thrilled.
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On the other hand, those who want to jump right into Tag's story may be a little annoyed at the intrusion. However, his contribution is essential, and I don't think the story would work any other way. The epilogue, in particular, told in the way that only Moses could, is beautifully devastating. The Song of David is a brilliantly written and deeply satisfying story. It lingers. I highly recommend this book. I received an advance copy of the book as a gift, with no requirement or expectation of a review.
But I loved it, so you get the review. View all 5 comments. She was a brand new species, an intoxicating mix of girl and enigma, familiar yet completely foreign.
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If you have read The Law of Moses then you will be familiar with who David is. Make it to Twenty-One Always Be Grateful Wrestle Don't be Afraid of Dying Catch a Bad Guy Take Care of Fern Go to Penn State Get Married Epilogue Acknowledgments About the Author. Read Online Swipe version. Read Online Continuous version. Download now. download a paper book. Related Titles Making Plans by J. Making Merry by Alexa Land. Making Time by Nicola Claire.
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From Sand and Ash by Amy Harmon. The Bird and the Sword by Amy Harmon. Be the first to reply. Even cleaned up for church on Sundays her face glows and sadly, it isn't from the Holy Spirit. On the other end my Aunt Louise, my mom's sister, provided cuts, color, and good company for most of the women in Levan. Out in front of the 'mall' there were a couple of gas pumps, and when I was younger, a snow cone shack called Skinny's that Louise's kids my cousins ran in the summer time.
Louise's husband Bob was a truck driver and was gone a lot, and Louise had five kids she needed to keep busy while she cut hair. Louise decided it was time for a family business.
Skinny's Snow Cone Shack was born. Bob built a simple wooden shop that ended up looking a little like a tall skinny outhouse, hence the name Skinny's.
The general store sold blocks of ice so they had a convenient source for 'snow. It was a pretty simple business model with a very low overhead. My cousin Tara, who is the same age as me, ate so many snow cones that summer she made herself sick. She can't stand them to this day; even the smell of snowcones makes her retch. There was a tiny brick post office down the street and a bar called Pete's right next to the church - interesting location, I know.
And that was Levan. Everybody knew which skills each person possessed, and we had blacksmiths, bakers, even candlestick makers. My dad could shoe a horse better than anyone; Jens Stephenson was a great mechanic, Paul Aagard, a handy carpenter, and so on.
We had talented seamstresses, cooks, and decorators. Elena Rosquist was a mid-wife and had delivered several babies who had come without much warning, leaving no time to make the drive to the hospital in Nephi.
We made due by trading on our skills, whether we had an actual sign out front or not. Eventually, a few new families moved in to Levan, deciding it wasn't all that far to commute to the bigger cities.
It was a good place to settle in and a good place to have and create roots. In very small towns the whole town helps raise the kids. Everybody knows who everybody is, and if something or someone is up to no good, it gets back to the parents before a kid can get home to tell his side of it. The town wasn't much bigger than a square mile, not counting the outer lying farms, but as a child it was my whole world. Perhaps the smallness of that world made my early loss more bearable, simply because I was looked after and loved by so many.
It made my later loss harder to recover from, however, because it was a collective loss, a very young life snuffed out on the brink, a shock to the sleepy community. No one expected me to move on. Like a shoe that has lost its mate is never worn again, I had lost my matching part and didn't know how to run barefoot.
The early loss I refer to was the death of my mother. I was just shy of nine years when Janelle Jensen, wife and mother, succumbed to breast cancer. I remember clearly how terrified I was when her beautiful hair had fallen out, and she wore a little pink stocking cap on her baby smooth head. She laughed and said she would get a blonde wig to finally match the rest of the family. She never did; she was gone too soon. She had been diagnosed with cancer just after Christmas.
The cancer had already spread to her lungs and was inoperable. By the 4th of July she'd already been dead for two weeks. I remember hearing the first sounds of celebration commemorating our country's independence, hating the independence that had been suddenly forced upon me.
The jarring crack, boom, and wizz of neighborhood fireworks had my dad's lips tightening and his hands clenching. He'd looked at us, his four somber tow-heads, and tried to smile. So she named each of her babies a 'J' name to fit the mold.
She wasn't terribly original, because in Levan you'll find families with all 'K' names, all 'B' names, all 'Q' names. You name the letter, and we've got it. People even have 'themes' for their children's names - giving them monikers like Brodeo and Justa Cowgirl. I'm not kidding. I don't know why I remember this, small as it was, but in the days and weeks before my mom died, I don't ever remember her tripping over any of our names.The end of the novel is great and at any stage, no one can predict the final outcome of the story best the author final words.
Progression 5. I did this every time I needed a new recipe. This question contains spoilers… view spoiler [Hi Amy how long after his son's birth does David dies? Amy Harmon was a puppet master and my heart and emotions were her toys.
This is an amazing book that left my emotions all over the place. The five year age gap between Samuel and Josie as teens does present a slight "forbidden" tone, however that particular line is never crossed due to our incredibly classy and dignified hero. View all 64 comments.