The Hawk and the Dove Trilogy - eBook  -     By: Penelope Wilcock
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Crossway Books & Bibles / 2012 / ePub

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Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: Crossway Books & Bibles
Publication Date: 2012
ISBN: 9781433517174
ISBN-13: 9781433517174
Availability: In Stock

Publisher's Description

In honor of nearly twenty years in print, and in the midst of three new volumes in the series, Crossway is rereleasing this classic trilogy, redesigning the cover and retypesetting the interior. Set in a medieval monastery and following the lives of the brothers of St. Alcuin, this three-in-one package consists of books 1 – 3: The Hawk and the Dove, The Wounds of God, and The Long Fall.

While the characters belong to another century, their struggles are our own—finding one’s place, coping with failure, living with impossible people, and changing when we realize that we are the impossible ones. Rich with imagery and emotion, their tales depict love in action and love given in the most trying of circumstances.

Penelope Wilcock takes a course that far too many Christian fiction writers never dare to take—writing a love story about God and man, and love between brothers in Christ rather than the typical romance between man and woman. A true ministry to the lonely of heart, Wilcock’s captivating tales of monastic life reflects the timeless human struggle of people learning to love God and to receive his grace.

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  1. UK,
    Age: 25-34
    Gender: Female
    4 Stars Out Of 5
    Great book by a fellow Brit.....
    March 1, 2015
    MedievalGirl
    UK,
    Age: 25-34
    Gender: Female
    Quality: 4
    Meets Expectations: 4
    A book I have had on my Kindle for years but only recently got around to actually reading. There are other stories set in and around Medieval Monasteries, like the Cadfael series, but the device of the stories of the individual monks, told by mother to daughter centuries later holds an interesting spin.

    Covering a series of themes from friendship, to pride, forgiveness, despair, learning to live with difficult personalities, the ways in God may communicate with men, and the place of sometimes marginalized groups such as children and disabled people in the church, the first two stories in this collected trilogy (The Hawk and the Dove and The Long Fall) are worthwhile and sometimes though provoking reading.

    The last story The Wounds of God breaks away from the family stories device, and tells the story directly from the perspective of Abbot Peregrine (the Hawk from the title) and his young protg Brother Tom, detailing the events and challenges posed by the ailing Abbots final debilitating illness, dealing with a difficult moral issue and drawing on the authors own experience of Nursing Care to provide a sympathetic view of growing older, and a touching conclusion to the trilogy.

    On a historical level, the stories seemed generally authentic- though some of the details in the last seemed to belong more to the modern period than the 14th century (I definitely dont think they had wheelchairs of any description) and some of the language definitely was distinctly modern.

    That said, Mrs Wilcock clearly knows her Latin Liturgy, and the important details of the workings of a Benedictine Monastery. I didnt entirely agree with the theological conclusions or spiritual beliefs of all the characters all the time, but generally it seemed sound. Also there were some occasional uses of mild bad language, including a few instances of what may have been taking God's name in vain- although I'm not sure it was always meant to be taken so in the historical context.

    Overall, The Hawk and the Dove Trilogy was a satisfying and enjoyable set of stories. I look forward to the sequels, written over a decade after this trilogy and continuing the stories of some of the Brothers of St Alcuins Monastery, to be republished later this year.
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    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Motivational Story, Real Characters
    January 14, 2014
    Karin
    Arkadelphia, AR
    Quality: 3
    Value: 4
    Meets Expectations: 3
    This review was written for The Hawk and the Dove Trilogy, 3 Volumes in 1.
    This is an excellent story about monks in medieval Britain. Abbot Peregrine is a truly inspiring role model. The story is well written and achieves depth where many other stories of this kind lack it. I really enjoyed this and would recommend reading it.

    (Written by my 14 year old daughter who received this as a Christmas gift)
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