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Beyond the Gathering Storm (Kennebec Large Print Superior Collection: Canadian West) After Following His Father S Footsteps To Become A Canadian Mountie, Henry Discovers That His Job Comes At A High Emotional Cost, While His Sister, Christine, Leaves Their Family Home To Seek A New Life In Edmonton

About the Author: Janette Oke

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15 thoughts on “Beyond the Gathering Storm (Kennebec Large Print Superior Collection: Canadian West)

  1. Denise Marsh Denise Marsh says:

    A lovely story of wonder and adventure Some helpful insights of how we can so easily bend God s will to our own, when we don t really listen or only listen to what we want to hear Very good Loved it Thank you.

  2. Jenny Wren Jenny Wren says:

    Another chapter in the story of Delaney family Written with a unique insight into human nature, and man s relationship with God.


    Good book

  4. DH DH says:

    very good , came sooner than I expected

  5. Vickie J Blair Vickie J Blair says:

    It s a story, not only interesting from a historical novel perspective, but it s inspirational and uplifting It makes you think about relationship with God and people.

  6. Leonard W. Fearon Leonard W. Fearon says:


  7. Michael Szul Michael Szul says:

    Book not received

  8. Stephanie McLachlan Stephanie McLachlan says:

    fast efficient service thanks

  9. Kindle Customer Kindle Customer says:

    A great read

  10. TZ TZ says:

    I love Janette Oke I love this series I actually think Canadian West series is better than her better known Love comes softly series I should actually say, Books 1 4 of Canadian West is great, and book 5 is terrible, horrible, and bad Book 6 is a little better but not at all as good as the first 4 books It s like she wrote books 1 4 and then some ghost writer picked up

  11. dachsiefan dachsiefan says:

    I couldn t even get into this book When I started reading about a character named Christine, all I could think was Who is this person After a bit I realized she was Wynn and Elizabeth s daughter I loved books 1 4, so I thought perhaps I had missed a book in the series leading up to this one When I realized that the author had just skipped over a whole period of time, and

  12. Kindle Customer Kindle Customer says:

    I love most of Janet Oke books and find it hard to say anything critical about them I think it must be difficult as an author, to write inspiring novels ongoing That said, this was not my favorite book but I did like it It s sort of a difficult transition going from Elizabeth s first person narrative in the previous books and suddenly into the third person I also wish there

  13. mrsg mrsg says:

    It seems like there s a book missing or at least a huge part of the story The last book leaves off with them Elizabeth and Wynn as a young couple, no natural children, having just taken in a young boy Okay You are expecting the next book to pick up with their lives Instead it picks up with their grown children What I kept going back over and over the sequence numbers thinking

  14. Ising4joy Ising4joy says:

    I was really upset after receiving this book, I kept going back to see if I had missed a book in the serieshow can you jump 20 yrs later

  15. Kasey Kasey says:

    Janette Oke is definately my favorite author I fell in love with her books beginning with the Love Comes Softly series I continued through the Prairie Legacy series and also Season of the Heart series When I finished Canadian West 4 When Hope Springs New, I assumed 5 would pick up where 4 left off I was wrong Try flashing forward about 20 years I m barely to chapter three and I m

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