Hammer of the Huguenots
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About "Hammer of the Huguenots"
In the south of France in the mid-1500s, a young apprentice meets a Huguenot family seeking refuge to worship in safety.
Meet the Author
Douglas Bond is the head of the English Department and a longtime teacher at Covenant High School, a classical Christian school in Tacoma, Wash. He holds degrees from St. Martin's University, (M.I.T. in education; B.A. in history) and a preliminary certificate in theology from Moore Theological College in Australia. fd He has written numerous works of fiction, many of them for young people, including the Crown and Covenant trilogy (focusing on a Covenanter family in Scotland) and the Faith and Freedom trilogy (following the same family to Revolutionary America). His fictional works also include
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I don't read a lot of fiction, so when I do I want it to be worthwhile. Bond is so skilled at taking historical events and crafting them into a narrative that draws you in to the events. Deeply theological, without being preachy- historical without being boring- this book teaches you the gospel and history without you knowing it. This is up there on my fiction shelf next to Lewis and Tolkein. I cant recommend this book and author highly enough