Violins at Dawn Author:Rachael Borne Violins at Dawn reveals the love and power of Christ to lift two musically talanted twins -Joan and Joyce Manning- to a new life in Him. Early in life both girls are confronted with the callenge of Christ for their lives. Joan chooses a life service -mission work amoung the Indians of South America with her husban, Chet Inglis, whom she meets wh... more »ile attending Bible school. Joyce continues on the path toward her (and formerly her twin's) passionate goal of world-renown as a concert violinist.
Author Borne effetively reveals the inner lives of the characters on the pages of her drama of real life. Joyce's bitter, unyielding spirit, even in the face of a wayward son, death of parents, and the end of her cherished dream, is powerfully contrasted with Joan's peace and contentment of soul -in spite of the loss of her child and husband in the smouldering South American jungles.
You'll sympathize with Joyce Manning as the author uncovers the eternal conflicts raging within her soul. And you'll enjoy the strange twist of circumstances which finally brings Joyce to the place of surrender to Christ and the unexpected reunion with...but, enjoy this story for yourself.
Violins at Dawn is a reading treat with its portrayal of deeply felt emotions, Christian love and li=ong-suffering, and its message of courage and triumph.« less