Book of Days

Book of Days in Your book all my days were recorded even those which were purposed before they had come into being Psalm Young Cameron Vaux s mind is slipping Memories of his wife killed two years earlier

  • Title: Book of Days
  • Author: James L. Rubart
  • ISBN: 9781433671517
  • Page: 115
  • Format: Paperback
  • in Your book all my days were recorded, even those which were purposed before they had come into being Psalm 139 16 Young Cameron Vaux s mind is slipping Memories of his wife, killed two years earlier in a car accident, are vanishing just as his dad predicted they would Memories he knows he has to remember His father tells Cameron that to save his mind he must fi in Your book all my days were recorded, even those which were purposed before they had come into being Psalm 139 16 Young Cameron Vaux s mind is slipping Memories of his wife, killed two years earlier in a car accident, are vanishing just as his dad predicted they would Memories he knows he has to remember His father tells Cameron that to save his mind he must find the book with all days in it the past and future record of every soul on earth When an obscure clue leads Cameron to a small central Oregon town, he meets enigmatic Taylor Stone, a possible guide to finding the book who seems to carry secrets far deeper than anyone imagines Local hotshot TV personality Ann Bannister thinks the legend of the book is a farce, but she has her reasons to join Cameron s search anyway Finally, there is fanatical New Age guru Jason Judah, who will stop at nothing to find the book of days before Cameron does.

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    1. James L. Rubart

      James L Rubart is a 28 year old trapped in an older man s body, who loves to water ski and dirt bike with his two grown sons He s the bestselling, Christy, Carol, INSPY, and RT award winning author of eight novels, including his latest, The Long Journey to Jake Palmer He lives with his amazing wife on a small lake in eastern Washington.


    1. Summary: Cameron’s father, dying of Alzheimer’s Disease, instructed him to find the Book of Days, in which the past, present and future of every soul are recorded. His wife mentioned the same book in her dying moments. So Cameron sets off to find it when his own memory starts to fade, at age 33. In the tiny Oregon town in which he starts his search, he encounters some strange and strong personalities, who can only be with him or against him in his searchI requested this through LibraryThing [...]

    2. James L. Rubart ran to the top of my favorite authors list this week. After reading both "Rooms" and "Book of Days," I find myself astounded by his story-telling. His descriptions inspire me. I enjoy phrases like “something about you crumbled his Oreos” on nearly every page. His wordsmithing is refreshing, like ice cold sweet tea on a hot summer’s day.Both novels are deep, searching, and thought-provoking. They challenge a believer to reflect on their faith, looking for a deeper relationsh [...]

    3. Psalm 139: 16 tells us that our days were all recorded in God's Book of Days before any of them came to be. The idea of the physical existence of such a book, with past, present and future histories of every man and woman written in it, is fascinating. As the characters in this story search for such a book, I was looking forward to getting stuck into it.There is an Indiana Jones quest type feeling about it from the very start. The hero, Cameron Vaux, believes his wife and father found it when th [...]

    4. Book of Days was interesting in a totally Rubart sort of way. What I mean is that the mind-twisting content reminded me of Rooms, his first book. Now whether or not the third book, The Chair, has the same feelwe'll see. Regardless, I found myself enjoying the story. At first I was thinking, "where is this all going?" and "When will they decide what they want to do?" I enjoyed the flashbacks of Cameron's time with Jessie. I found that heart-wrenching and beautiful. I also found the history betwee [...]

    5. Cameron is in his early 30s but he’s losing chunks of his memory. His only hope lies in a cryptic mission from his father: to find the Book of Days. If such a thing exists, it holds everyone’s memories – past, present and future.Supposedly this is God’s Book, based on Psalm 139:16. Cameron doesn’t believe in God, either, so that’s not much help. But his father did, and so did his wife.Cameron’s quest forces him to turn to his dead wife’s foster-sister Ann for help, and it takes h [...]

    6. This was the first "Christian" book I've read, and I really hope it doesn't represent the genre as a whole, though it seemed on par with most Christian films I've seen. First, the Christian aspects did not bother me. In fact, they were fairly downplayed and generally referred to belief in God rather than straight up Christianity. At times they felt a little shoehorned in, and characters that were supposed to be overtly religious um didn't do anything overtly religious except tell people they wer [...]

    7. MOM'S REVIEW:Two stars for those who might like reading about the possibility of finding God's book that records our lives according to Psalm 139:16. The characters were genuine and believable, but the plot was not. I was encouraged with the ending to the story, though, and with the focus on God knowing and caring about all the details of our livesOK OVERVIEW:"… in Your book all my days were recorded, even those which were purposed before they had come into being." —Psalm 139:16 Young Camero [...]

    8. From this moment What a great read! Memories are a most precious gift. If you can't remember it, you never experienced it, in your mind. Alzheimer's is such a tragic illness that steals our memories of knowledge. I know this all too well, as my mother was taken slowly away over twelve years. There are those precious moments of innocence and love borne by becoming as a child, the regression of the disease. I treasure the moments I was given, the days that hold precious memories of my life. In the [...]

    9. The Book of Days owns a fascinating and engaging story, that will have you turning page after page despite the poor writing and very rushed story telling. Had the author spend a significantly larger amount of time on character development and creating a more thoroughly described setting, the plot could have been delivered with the support it deserves. Throughout the read, The Book of Days was riding a delicate surf between a one and two star rating. Due to a handful of pages towards the conclusi [...]

    10. Wow! Fast paced and well-crafted, I couldn't put this thriller down. I love it when I find an allegorical thread woven beneath the surface of an exciting book. Like Rooms, Book of Days robbed me of a night's sleep. James Rubart is a Master Storyteller. Novel Journey and I highly recommend Book of Days—it's a 5 star read!

    11. What a great book!Mr. Rubart's books NEVER disappoint. I would love to see a sequel to this one.I believe it would be quite interesting. If you need a great read may I humbly recommend the following three by Mr. Rubart: ROOMS,The CHAIR, and BOOK of DAYS. Just do yourself a favor and read them all!:D

    12. The story sounded intriguing and it was mostly. It was a bit slow in the middle third and I was thinking 3 stars. Jason, the apparent antagonist, was interesting and I was a bit disappointed at Rubart's ending for him. However, the last 150 pages were very good and kept my interest exceedingly so I bumped it up a star. I'm a Christian and didn't want to overrate "The Book of Days" just because it is very much in that vein. I think most people could enjoy it, Christian or not. James L. Rubart is [...]

    13. Kept my interest the entire storyI've read several Rubart books and consider myself a fan. This story is very intriguing and keeps you guessing what is really going on with the Book of Days. I was a little confused on what Jessie's visions were really tied to but overall, this book is worth reading and I do recommend it.

    14. Interesting story with many elements of fantasy though ultimately too unrealistic. Kept my interest the whole way to see what would happen in the end and had some twists (some I saw coming and some I didn't). Dialogue was often cheesy and made me laugh out loud. Not as good as Rooms but similar in feel. Worth reading if you liked Rooms but definitely could have been better.

    15. A man was told by his dying father that he saw a book written by God that had recorded everyone'slife. Each day recorded of the living. It became an obsession to locate this book because the young man's memory was fading. "Psalm 139:16 All my days were written in Your Book and planned before a single one of those began."

    16. In true Rubart form.s are and are not as they seem. I thoroughly enjoy Mr. Rubart intrigue and thoughtful approach to the what ifsIn all of his books and the thread of forgiveness that weaves its way through His books. He is one of my favorite authors.

    17. I read it so fast the first time because I was eager to find out what happened in the end that I had to read it again because I had forgotten so much and missed so much. I really loved this book!

    18. My 2 stars pretty much sums this up, and that might be generous. The book was okay at best (I just finished reading this 2 days ago and I already forgot the two main characters names.) I never connected to the lead characters, they felt pretty one-dimensional to me - actually all the characters were. I also wasn't sure how to feel about the religious aspect of the book. I don't mind books that are spiritually focused, in fact, if they are done right, I really appreciate them, but this one veered [...]

    19. I was thankful for receive a review copy of such an intriguing and thought provoking book. James L. Rubart brings up an interesting topic I hadn’t really thought about before. I hadn’t thought about the idea of recording life in a book for all to see. What kind of life am I recording? What happens to our memories? And what would someone give to be the owner of the book of days which held a person’s past, present and future? This author brings up great questions.This book reminded me of an [...]

    20. When I first read the back of this book, I was a little skeptical. A physically book somewhere that God has the past, present, and future of every person that ever existed? That is impossible. I wasn’t sure if I was going to like this book – at all. However, after finishing the last page of this book, I was pleasantly surprised. I thoroughly enjoyed every moment in this book! Mystery filled this book from nearly the very beginning and suspense carried me through every page.The characters wer [...]

    21. Book of Days by James L. Rubart is a fascinating look at memory, forgiveness, and God. Cameron Vaux watched his father die eight years ago, but even more terrible than his death was watching him lose his memories to a devastating illness. Now, two years after the death of his beloved wife Jessie, Cameron is starting to worry that he may suffer from that same illness. He's forgetting conversations moments after they happen, missing appointments, and reading notes in his own handwriting as if for [...]

    22. I recently had the opportunity to review Book of Days, James Rubart's upcoming novel. The book draws from Mr. Rubart's personal experience as his father, who passed away during the writing, dealt with Alzheimer's disease. About the book:Cameron Vaux's mind is slipping. Memories of his wife, killed two years earlier, are vanishing, just as his dying father said they would. So Cameron goes on a quest to find "the book with all the days in it" that both his father and his wife had mentioned to him. [...]

    23. Title: BOOK OF DAYSAuthor: James L. RubartPublisher: Broadman & HolmanJanuary 2011ISBN: 978-14336-7151-7Genre: Fiction/Christian/SuspenseInspired by Psalm 139:16, which reads, “Your eyes saw me when I was formless; all my days were written in Your book and planned before a single one of them began.” (HCSB), BOOK OF DAYS is also a very personal work for author James L. Rubart. He was led to write this book as he saw his own father’s memory failing. He writes in the afterword, “I start [...]

    24. I found it a little slow going and the ending a bit predictable but I enjoy his writing and the concepts in the story are intriguing.

    25. "All of my days were written in Your book and planned before a single one of them began." ~ Psalm 139:16Cameron's dad was in the hospital because he was forgetting pieces of his life, like who his son was, who his wife was and where he was. Just days before he dies, he asks Cameron to visit. In a moment of clarity, he tells Cameron to find the book. He has seen it and touched it. He promises that what is happening to him will happen to Cameron too. If he doesn't want to lose his memories and be [...]

    26. As expected, I loved this novel by James Rubart. Although I enjoyed Rooms, as well as The Chair, and eager to read others, I believe Book Of Days is my favorite thus far by this author! :)I found this book to be inspirational and encouraging for anyone who has a loved one, or themselves, who suffer from Alzheimers or other Mental IllnessesI've always been curious if there is an actual Book of Days, and the way James Rubart expressed his idea of such a concept with such depth is how I envisioned [...]

    27. Cameron Vaux is desperate. Though only 33 years old, he’s starting to lose his memories. Memories of all-too-few years with his wife, Jessie. Memories of his dad, who had Alzheimers and died too young. And memories of things he’d done last week. Or even yesterday.Both his dad and Jessie had spoken of something they’d seen in the Oregon mountains, a book that showed the future and the past. A book, his dad said, that contained all one’s days. Before he died, he told Cameron it would cure [...]

    28. Eight years ago, as Cameron Vaux’s father was dying, he told instructed Cameron to find the book. The book of all days. Cameron didn’t spend much thought on his father’s incoherent words. Now, eight years later, Cameron is forgetting things. It is like Alzheimer’s. Though Cameron is too young to have Alzheimer’s yet. It is like someone has taken an easer to Cameron’s past. No matter how hard Cameron tries to remember events it is getting harder and harder to remember. Cameron does ha [...]

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