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    1. Age: 45-54
      Gender: female
      5 Stars Out Of 5
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      April 1, 2011
      MyFathersBlessing
      Age: 45-54
      Gender: female
      Quality: 5
      Value: 5
      Meets Expectations: 5
      I got this book and started it in the evening before bedtime. I tried to put it down and go to sleep but failed. Thus I was back up and snuggled in to finish reading it before morning. This book is so well written and very thought and emotional provoking. What a gifted author! Definitely must read all her other books!
    2. 5 Stars Out Of 5
      April 18, 2009
      Carol Bruce Collett
      Follow the McRae family during the Vietnam era as they struggle with war, illness, prejudice, fear and guilt. This story shows the deepest pain a family can experience and magnifies the healing power of God. The characters come alive on the page. The emotion with which Ms. Hochstetler writes reaches to the bottom of my heart and doesn't let go. Highly recommended.
    3. 5 Stars Out Of 5
      April 17, 2009
      Jen Stephens
      ONE HOLY NIGHT is a powerful, thought provoking tale of the battles many of us are faced with at some point in our lives - war, health, ingrained prejudices, overcoming heartache and loss, and, inevitably, the significance of having a Christian faith. I was deeply moved by the parallel J.M. Hochstetler created between the ongoing battle with Maggie's cancer and the battles her son fought in Viet Nam. I was also touched by Hochstetler's character Terry, and how she used him to illustrate to her readers that our soldiers are never the same once they've gone off to war. But God heals all wounds, even if a scar remains. The same is true for Frank who has gone through so much in his life. It was especially satisfying in the end to witness God's miraculous transformation of Frank and to see Romans 8:28 fulfilled to the highest degree! Well done, Ms. Hochstetler!
    4. 5 Stars Out Of 5
      April 17, 2009
      Diane Moody
      One Holy Night by J.M. Hochstetler is a heartwarming story of forgiveness. But such a description sounds much too glib, because this is the gritty kind of forgivenessthe kind that must first endure the deepest despair imaginable. In 1967, Frank McRae still nurses his bitter hatred toward all Asians after witnessing unspeakable atrocities on the battlefields of the South Pacific during World War II. When Franks only son Mike falls in love with a young Vietnamese girl while fighting in the war there, then marries her, Frank disowns his soldier son. On the home front Frank bargains with a God he hardly knows in a desperate attempt to keep his wife Maggie from dying from cancer. With his family torn apart, Frank comes face to face with the ugliness of his hatred in an unforgettable moment of truth. What happens next is one of the most touching scenes Ive ever read in a novel. Im so proud of Hochstetler for weaving this story through the Viet Nam era and embracing the genuine, raw emotions of that tumultuous era of our history. This is a very different kind of Christmas story and one that stayed with me long after I reached the end.
    5. Arizona
      Age: 45-54
      Gender: female
      5 Stars Out Of 5
      April 16, 2009
      Michelle Sutton
      Arizona
      Age: 45-54
      Gender: female
      One Holy Night shows in rich detail how God can use the most trying circumstances to bring people around until they see how much they need each other, and need Him. This life-changing story will move you to tears as you experience the humility of a young Vietnamese woman, her husband's desire to see his father heal, and the trials that bring them together in one desperate attempt to save another's life.
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