Sound the Trumpet MP3 CD – Mar 1 2002
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About the Author
Gilbert Morris is part of a father/daughter writing team (with his daughter Lynn Morris) who have combined their writing skills to form a powerful duo! Gilbert is the author of over 30 Bethany House books, including the popular HOUSE OF WINSLOW series. size : 4.3 x 7.0 --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
[Editor's note: The following is a combined review with SONG IN A STRANGE LAND.]--The first two books in the Liberty Bell series recount the history of two virtuous orphans forced into the harsh streets of London. After their father's death, Daniel and Linna Bradford's mother struggles to hold the family together until she succumbs to illness. Her last words to her children are to believe in Jesus as their salvation, according to John 3:16, and to seek God's will. They are accidentally separated for more than twenty years until they are joyfully reunited and learn that each has kept the faith and led a Christian life. Wayne Shepherd reads this smooth abridgment with a bright, friendly voice. He handles frequent, lengthy physical descriptions of characters without appearing to take a breath. However, his upbeat voice doesn't adjust when the material is tragic, failing to convey appropriate empathy. A.G.H. © AudioFile 2001, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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BY THREE O'CLOCK IN THE AFTERNOON, myriads of snowflakes had gathered in the dull skies over the royal palace and soon were drifting to earth, some of them as big as shillings. Read the first page Browse Sample Pages
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Top Customer Reviews
However, I do think the author did a good job in portraying how the war in the colonies pitted families against friends and split families between Tory and Colonist.
I would recommend this book.