Book Reviews of The Winds of Autumn

The Winds of Autumn
The Winds of Autumn
ISBN-13: 9780553805673
ISBN-10: 0553805673
Publication Date: 1991
Rating:
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.
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4.3 stars, based on 6 ratings
Publisher: Bethany House
Book Type: Paperback
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this was the second of this series,just as good as the first one,one of my favorite authors.
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Sequel to Once Upon a Summer. On the brink of manhood, Josh was facing important questions about life, aboutlove, about himself.
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Like a true series, you can't read just one!!!!
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Another great Janette Oke book. Josh is on the brink of manhood facing important questions about life, love and himself. Or Josh thinks maybe he should just go fishing!
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ALL I CAN SAY,IF YOU HAVEN'T READ THESE BOOKS WHAT ARE YOU WAITING ON? I LOVE THIS AUTHOR.
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This book is part of a two-book compilation including Once Upon a Summer and Winds of Autumn. There was no single ISBN for this double book.
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I don't know who was most excited that morning when the three of us hoisted packs on our backs and started off down the trail. Just before we disappeared from the view of our yard, I turned for one more wave. You woulda thought we were marching off to war or something. I even saw Aunt Lou blow her nose on her whitte hankie. They all looked glad and sad at the same time - happe we were doing something we really wanted to do, anxious that everything would go alright, and a bit sad we were growing up.
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I don't know who was most excited that morning when the three of us hoisted packs on our backs and started off down the trail. Just before we disappeared from view of our yard, I turned for one more wave. You woulda thought we were marching off to war or something. I even saw Aunt Lou blow her nose on her white hankie. They all looked glad and sad at the same time happy we were doing something we really wanted to do, anxious that everything would go all right, and a bit sad we were growing up.

On the brink of manhood, Josh was facing important questions about life, about love, about himself.
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On the brink of manhood, Josh's world is filled with studies and life with Aunt Lou and the menfolk, along with an occasional fishing trip thrown in. WHen a new teacher arrives, Josh thrives under his encouragement--as well as from the attentions of the teacher's pretty daughter. Josh faces important questions about life and love--and about himself.
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Second book of her Seasons of the Heart series

Inspiring read as Josh grows up and gets his first girlfriend, who doesn't share his religious views. Her father is the new teacher, dismissed from his former school for teaching Evolution and trying to force his views upon Josh.

Aunt Lou is pregnant with her first child, and Josh divides his week between living with her and Uncle Nat during the school week and going home to the farm to spend time with Grandpa, Uncle Charlie, and Gramps on the weekends.

Josh is attacked in the dark and suffers a concussion. He battles with bitterness and hatred for the first time and needs a lot of help from those who love him to overcome the negative emotions that have taken over his life.

Characters you'll love like your own family.
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Great series. I've read them all.
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Read once - excellent condition : - )