Katrina's Wings (Paperback)
WaterBrook Press, 9781578562930, 352pp.
Publication Date: May 16, 2000
A rich, reassuring, coming-of-age tale for the dreamer in us all
For every woman who has come into her own or is striving to find her way in the world, Katrina's Wings honors and explores the desire to break free from childhood constraints and soar into the future. A tale of redemption, love, and triumph set entirely in the Deep South, Patricia Hickman's novel offers an intimate, occasionally painful, and frequently humorous glimpse into the lives of two sisters who take different paths in life, yet wind up at the same discovery: Miracles show up in the most unexpected places.
Praise for Patricia Hickman and Katrina's Wings from other best-selling authors:
"I was captivated by Katrina's Wings, an irresistible novel with unique charm and depth. This is Ms. Hickman's absolute best!" —Robin Lee Hatcher
"The pain of growing up is dramatized skillfully by Hickman, and by the time
Katrina reaches her goal, the reader has identified with her. A fine treatment of the growth of an artist-and of a human being!" —Gilbert Morris
"Katrina's Wings takes the reader on a journey through the introspective places of the soul to a place where love is launched and faith begins." —Karen Kingsbury
"Keep some tissues handy, and be prepared to laugh as well. Beautiful language,
fascinating characters moving about the pages, and a richly woven story make this a delightful read!" —Lawana Blackwell