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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Moody Publishers
Publication Date: 2005
Availability: In Stock
Meghan5 Stars Out Of 5Dawn of a Thousand Nights is an INCREDIBLE read!!November 25, 2010MeghanQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I love this book. It is book # 3 in Tricia Goyer's WW2 Liberators Series. I have read it 2x so far and plan on reading it again someday! A captivating tale of love, honor courage, learning to have faith in God and overcoming darkness set primarily in the south pacific during WW2. At times it was brutal and it was a real eye opener to learn about what the American POWS endured at the hands of the Japanese. I also found the storyline about Libby and her service in the WAFS to be very interesting. The character of Natsuo intrigued me and it was very interesting and in some parts even a little disturbing to see the war from the japanese perspective. The message I got from this book was that even in the darkest of places, God is there....even when you think there is no way he could possibly be there...HE IS and I love how Tricia Goyer illustrates this point in this captivating tale. This book is a must read!! I wish they would make a movie out of this book....and all the other books in this wonderful series!