Readers who have been on this emotional and romantic journey with the Anderson family will fall in love with this satisfying conclusion to the popular series.
About this author:
Gary Smalley is one of the country's best-known authors and speakers on relationships. He is the author and co-author of over 60 best-selling, award-winning books along with several popular films and videos, which have sold over 12 million copies.
In over 40 years Gary has spoken to more than two million people in live conferences and he has appeared on national televisions programs such as, Shawn Hannity radio show, Fox and Friends morning TV show, Kathy Lee’s TV show, ‘Oprah Winfrey’, ‘Larry King Live’, ‘NBC Today Show’, ‘James Robison Show’ as well as numerous national radio programs such as ‘Focus on the Family’, ‘Oliver North’, and many more.
Gary’s books and video, along with numerous small group curriculum, are continually providing the most practical principles on strengthening relationships. After all…with our country having the worst divorce rate in the world there is a great need for solutions to keep marriages vibrant and growing.
Gary and Norma Smalley still produce and create resources, relationship coaching, research and conferences on relationships with a focus on marriage. The center’s web site provides access to hundreds of practical articles, assessments and a weekly newsletter to encourage people in their pursuit of help and enrichment.
Gary and his wife, Norma, have been married for 49 years and live in Branson, Missouri. Their three married children, Kari, Greg, and Michael have produced 10 grandchildren. And all three of Gary and Norma’s grown children are in the work of helping couples and families through their own publishing and counseling careers.
I have thoroughly enjoyed each book in this series. The Legacy was an emotional roller coaster from start to finish. I am sad to see this series end, I would love at least one more. Even though this is the conclusion to the series, each of these books could stand alone. I would recommend starting from the beginning, you'll have a better understanding of the family.