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The Dark Sun Rises (#01 in Roots Of Faith Series)

Denise Williamson

The Dark Sun Rises (#01 in Roots Of Faith Series)

Denise Williamson

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Caught reading, a slave's response to abuse draws one of the housemaids to love him, but what life might they find? Roots of Faith book 1.

- Publisher As a slave, Joseph Whitsun's life is forever changed at Delora Plantation after it is discovered that he can read, but he endures the abuse and the threats on his life by finding comfort and understanding in the arms of a beautiful house slave named Rosa. Original.

- Publisher 480 Pages

- Publisher GRIPPING NOVEL OF STRUGGLE AND FAITH ^First novel in the powerful ROOTS OF FAITH trilogy^^From classics like Gone with the Wind and Uncle Tom's Cabin to the unparalleled recent success of Cold Mountain, the world of the Civil War South has captivated and fascinated readers for generations. Now in The Dark Sun Rises, author Denise Williamson opens another rich and powerful page in that tumultuous history. ^^Delora Plantation in antebellum Charleston is the setting for this powerful examination of the friction between faith and darkness, freedom and suffering, love and intolerance. As the godly plantation master, Abram Callcott, struggles with his rebellious son, Brant, a manservant, Joseph Whitsun, lives out his own courageous love for a beautiful housemaid. With honesty and deep emotion, The Dark Sun Rises tells a vivid story that confronts the most difficult era of American history. ^^Examining the difficult principle of servitude to God as the mark of obedience to Christ, Denise Williamson has crafted a subtle and gripping tale that will resound for readers with the other great stories of that era.

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Caught reading, a slave's response to abuse draws one of the housemaids to love him, but what life might they find? Roots of Faith book 1.
- Publisher

As a slave, Joseph Whitsun's life is forever changed at Delora Plantation after it is discovered that he can read, but he endures the abuse and the threats on his life by finding comfort and understanding in the arms of a beautiful house slave named Rosa. Original.
- Publisher

480 Pages
- Publisher

GRIPPING NOVEL OF STRUGGLE AND FAITH ^First novel in the powerful ROOTS OF FAITH trilogy^^From classics like Gone with the Wind and Uncle Tom's Cabin to the unparalleled recent success of Cold Mountain, the world of the Civil War South has captivated and fascinated readers for generations. Now in The Dark Sun Rises, author Denise Williamson opens another rich and powerful page in that tumultuous history. ^^Delora Plantation in antebellum Charleston is the setting for this powerful examination of the friction between faith and darkness, freedom and suffering, love and intolerance. As the godly plantation master, Abram Callcott, struggles with his rebellious son, Brant, a manservant, Joseph Whitsun, lives out his own courageous love for a beautiful housemaid. With honesty and deep emotion, The Dark Sun Rises tells a vivid story that confronts the most difficult era of American history. ^^Examining the difficult principle of servitude to God as the mark of obedience to Christ, Denise Williamson has crafted a subtle and gripping tale that will resound for readers with the other great stories of that era.
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  • Catalogue Code 129720
  • Product Code 1556618824
  • EAN 9781556618826
  • Pages 448
  • Department General Books
  • Category Fiction
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Bethany House Publishers
  • Publication Date Feb 1999
  • Dimensions 210 x 137 x 30 mm
  • Weight 0.366kg

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