The Beloved Land (Song of Acadia #5)

by Janette Oke

Other authorsT. Davis Bunn (Author)
Paperback, 2002


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Bethany House Publishers (2002), Edition: Reprinted, 285 pages


Just before the French were expelled from Nova Scotia early in the 18th century, two women, one French, one English, became as sisters. Now their daughters Anne and Nicole are just as close, although one lives in England and the other in America. But when they each receive a letter from Nova Scotia, they are suddenly called on a journey back to their families' beloved homeland.

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LibraryThing member Lynngood
Against the backdrop of the American Revolution, two daughters make dangerous journeys in an effort to see their ailing father.
LibraryThing member SherylHendrix
The many threads of this series begin to pull together as the French and English families move toward reconciliation and peace while the Revolutionary War plods on; the promise of a "surprise" is unleashed as Catherine's father searches for his long-lost sister's family. I enjoyed this book as much
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if not more than all four that preceded it because it brought hope and restoration after many disappointments and conflicts that arose through the earlier books.
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8.5 inches


076422722X / 9780764227226

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