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From Dust And Ashes - Tricia Goyer (47)

  • ASIN: ‎ B07P5VXL4R
  • Publication date: ‎ February 26, 2019
  • Kindle: ‎ 536 KB
  • Print: ‎ 386 pages




Inspired by real-life stories and events, From Dust and Ashes takes place during World War II in 1945. A group of American soldiers liberate a Nazi concentration camp. Helene is an abandoned wife on the SS guard who has fled to avoid arrest. Overcome by guilt, she helps the needs of survivors. Throughout the process, she finds her own liberation – from spiritual bondage, sin, and guilt.

Readers will be intrigued and touched by this fascinating story of love, faithfulness, and courage amidst one of the darkest chapters of mankind's history.

From Dust and Ashes is perfect for:
  • men and women of all ages
  • readers that enjoy war novels and historical fiction based on true stories and actual events
  • homeschoolers, summer reading programs for teens and adults, and book clubs
  • instructors teaching lessons about the Holocaust, WWII, and Veteran’s Day

After reading, you’ll know:
  • facts about liberators during WWII
  • the horrifying emotional toll related to the concentration camps
  • more about the fundamentals of Christianity

From Dust and Ashes is book one of the Liberator Series. If you enjoy this book, check out the other novels in the series: Night Song, Dawn of a Thousand Nights, and Arms of Deliverance.


Tricia Goyer is a busy mom, grandmother, and wife. A USA Today bestselling author, Tricia has published over 40 books and has written more than 500 articles. For more information visit Tricia at www.TriciaGoyer.com. Tricia, along with a group of friends, also runs www.NotQuiteAmishLiving.com, sharing ideas about simplifying life.

Other reviews of Tricia Goyer's books:
My review for All Things Hidden
My review for Songbird Under a German Moon
My review for Life, In Spite of Me
My review for Love Finds You in Victory Heights
My review for Love Finds You in Glacier Bay, Alaska
My review for Remembering You
My review for Lead Your Family Like Jesus
My review for A Christmas Gift For Rose
My review for The One Year Book of Amish Peace
My review for The Memory Jar
My review for The Promise Box
My review for The Kissing Bridge
My review for Mom's Night Out
My review for Plain Faith
My review for An Amish Garden
My review for Where Treetops Glisten
My review for Balanced
My review for An Amish Second Christmas
My review for Made With Love
My review for Prayers That Changed The World
My review for The Buggy Before The Horse
My review for Planted With Hope
My review for Chasing Mona Lisa


REVIEW:
In lieu of Remembrance Day, I wanted to read a story with a WWII theme. Since I love Tricia Goyer's other books so much, I decided to give hers a try.
It was exactly what I knew the author would deliver. A solid story that pulled at my heart in so many ways. Helene is a strong woman that should be admired. I'm so glad she gets her happily ever after. Peter is such a gentleman. Michaela and Lelia show the bonds of friendship. Plus as always, God is ever present to lead the way.
The Nazi parts were tough to read, as they should be. It should also teach people how not to be. 
I don't normally read war stories, but I would read more from this author. She just knows how to blend the reader's emotions and keep them rapt. I guess now I'm off to save Night Song to my list!


4/5




**Compensation may be earned from the link within. This copy was purchased at Amazon. Opinions are owned by Freda's Voice.

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