Book Reviews of The Colonists (American Family Portrait, Bk 2)

The Colonists (American Family Portrait, Bk 2)
The Colonists - American Family Portrait, Bk 2
Author: Jack Cavanaugh
ISBN-13: 9781564763464
ISBN-10: 1564763463
Publication Date: 12/1994
Pages: 482
Rating:
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.
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4.1 stars, based on 15 ratings
Publisher: Victor
Book Type: Paperback
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I love this author! He skillfully weaves history and fiction together. Great characters, decent writing and sound Biblical principles. Wonderful story that keeps you turning pages! I also like the lack of sex and obscene language.
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I am enjoying this series very much.
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christian historical fiction set in America in the early colonial days
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I love this series. Great history information as well as a great story. Very enlightening about the way life was in the past.
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Well written, good story. Enjoyed it immensely.
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The untimely death of Benjamin Norgan great-grandson of Drew Morgan, has splintered his Boston family into feuding factions. It appears that Drew's dreams of a strong Christian Heritage, passing without fail from one generation to the next is in jeopardy.

When Daniel Cole, an unethical merchant, forces each of the three children as well as their mother to points of crises and decision, God's Spirit sweeps through the colonies in a dramatic revival.

From the cobbled streets of Boston to a Narraganset Indian Village to the Atlantic's high seas, follow life in colonial New England throug the adventures of the Morgan family - one of American's first families of faith.