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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: WaterBrook Press
Publication Date: 2010
Availability: In Stock
The Pirate Queen is a poignant, inspiring tale of finding faith, hope, and love in the midst of loss. Patricia Hickman, you owe me a box of tissues! Tamara Leigh, author of Leaving Carolina and Nowhere, Carolina
The Pirate Queen drew me in from the first page and surrounded me. Hickman breathes life into her characters as they experience some of lifes greatest joy and greatest sorrow. Through it all, Hickman reminds us the God of hope is in control. Rachel Hauck, co-author of The Sweet By-and-By and author of Dining with Joy
Patricia Hickmans The Pirate Queen took me by surprise. At the start, I thought I was reading a Southern-style Danielle Steel. Then I found I was settling into a one-of-a-kind family drama. Tender, compelling, outstanding. A book you'll want to share with your friends, your best friends. Lyn Cote, author of Her Abundant Joy
In The Pirate Queen, Patricia Hickman weaves together a rich story of forgiveness and grace. Her characters stole my heart, and I struggled and then cheered alongside them as their lives were refined and then transformed. Highly recommended! Melanie Dobson author of Love Finds You in Homestead, Iowa and Refuge on Crescent Hill
Patricia Hickmans The Pirate Queen was so much more than I expected. Shes a fine writer, so my expectations were high. She surpassed them. From the Southern Living photo shoot at the beginning to the final scene, I enjoyed each twist and turn in the plotline. An extraordinary tale of deep feelings and God's love. Donita K. Paul, author of The Dragon Keeper Chronicles and Dragons of the Valley
debbiedeefishercomstock, NEAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5December 7, 2011debbiedeefishercomstock, NEAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I tried something new and read an e-book. While I liked the book, I do NOT like having to sit in front of the computer to read a book! I don't own a Kindle, so it was the only way for me to read.
The Pirate Queen by Patricia Hickman was a very good book however. The story is about Saphora Warren who seems to have it all. She plans to run away and the very evening of her "escape", her husband comes home to tell her he is dying. The story is one that keeps you wanting to read more and is full of twists and turns.
The story is one of joy and sorry, hope and love and one I think you will enjoy.
I received this e-book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review