Tricia Goyer WWII Series: From Dust and Ashes, Night Song, Dawn of a Thousand Nights, and Arms of Deliverance - eBook
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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Moody Publishers
Publication Date: 2006
Availability: In Stock
Series: World War II Liberators
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This set includes all four books of the Tricia Goyer WWII series: From Dust and Ashes, Night Song, Dawn of a Thousand Nights, and Arms of Deliverance.
In From Dust and Ashes, it is 1945 and a group of American soldiers liberate a Nazi concentration camp. Helene is the abandoned wife of an SS guard who has fled to avoid arrest. Overcome by guilt, she begins to help meet the needs of survivors. Throughout the process, she finds her own liberation - from spiritual bondage, sin, and guilt. Readers will be intrigued and touched by this fascinating story of love, faithfulness, and courage amidst one of the darkest chapters of mankind's history.
In Night Song, Tricia Goyer tells the little-known but true story of the orchestra started by prisoners in Hitler's Mauthausen death camp. This courageous orchestra played the American national anthem as Allied troops arrived to liberate the camps. Around the orchestra story, Tricia weaves the fictional stories of a beautiful member of the Austrian resistance, the American GI who loves her, and a young prisoner who fakes his way into the camp orchestra in a desperate attempt to stay alive.
In Dawn of a Thousand Nights, readers journey with Dan Fletcher and Libby Conner, both U.S. pilots fighting in WWII's Pacific Theater. Fletcher is captured by the Japanese and is forced to endure the horror of the Bataan Death March in the Philippines. It is here that he encounters Natsu Hidiki, a guard whose nagging conscience won't let him ignore the human degradation in which he is participating. Libby Conner is a WASP (Women's Air Force Service Pilot), who ferries military planes between Hawaii and the South Pacific. By the time of the attack on Pearl Harbor, she has turned the head of Fletcher in no small way. Readers will be captivated by this tale of dignity and honor triumphing in the midst of a very dark time in history.
In Arms of Deliverance, Mary and Lee have gone from best friends to competing WWII journalists, but a bombing raid gone wrong puts Mary's life at risk and sends Lee on a heroic rescue attempt through the fierce teeth of combat. Then, amidst an adventurous struggle for freedom, they uncover the story of the unspeakable Lebensborn atrocity.With equal doses of adrenaline and poignancy, Tricia Goyer's storytelling places readers not only behind enemy lines into the heat of battle, but also deep into the innermost sanctuary of the human heart.
Edith Phillips4 Stars Out Of 5September 16, 2010Edith PhillipsLove historical novels. Very good writing and stroy telling. P.S. I remember the end of WWII what a day that was.
Meghan5 Stars Out Of 5September 2, 2010MeghanI 've read this book 2x so far and I absolutley love it! One of the best books I have ever read!! This book plays just like a movie and I was completely swept up in the story and the lives of the characters. I loved the themes of forgivness and spiritual liberation... very touching! I would love to see this book made into a movie!
Elayne Bair4 Stars Out Of 5July 24, 2008Elayne BairI just finished reading the book. I love historical fiction and this drew me into the lives of the characters. I even googled some of the places that were mentioned in the book. Good background reading for those studying WWII.We must not forget that time of history.
David Hollander4 Stars Out Of 5July 13, 2008David HollanderJust finished "From Dust To Ashes" and found it to be a very enjoyable read. The reality of the personal and relational struggles of WW2 were intriguing. I felt at times I was there with them. I appreciate American Soldiers being properly portrayed as liberators, and good hearted. My wife started reading it and couldn't put it down. Great Book!!!!!
Melissa5 Stars Out Of 5December 12, 2007MelissaI absolutely love this book! It is one of those books that you just can not put down. The story brought me to tears, yet the ending left a smile on my face. The endless power of forgiveness and God's love are shown continuously throughout this story.