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Two Crosses (Secrets of the Cross Trilogy)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 29, 2013

    A good read, but a little longer than it needed to be.

    I anxiously pressed forward through the book, wanted to know what happened to each of the many characters. However, toward the end it became somewhat lengthy. It was worth reading, and I'll read more by this author.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 28, 2012

    I've now read this book twice. The first time was several years

    I've now read this book twice. The first time was several years ago. I
    was ashamed to admit that reading this was one of my first exposures to
    the Algerian wars. One reason I love Elizabeth musser is for her
    historical fiction told so delightfully through lovable and detestable
    characters. I loved it even more the second time I read it knowing I
    would be able to complete the series now that the third will finally be
    printed in English in September. I would definitely recommend it!! It is
    a mix of a love story and the many harsh realities of war.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 17, 2012

    As a missionaries daughter Gabriella Madison feels out of place

    As a missionaries daughter Gabriella Madison feels out of place in France of 1961. She is taken into the underground world of the Algerian War, and the further in she is pulled the more she questions her faith.

    The characters are well developed and they could be real people on the street. I enjoyed the storyline but in certain parts there was alot of descriptions which sometimes make it a little confusing at times. But all in all I would definitely recommend this book. I also intend to read the next ones in the series.

    Thank you Net Galley and David C. Cook

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  • Posted June 14, 2012

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    A woman and young girl bonded not only by war but by a Huguenot

    A woman and young girl bonded not only by war but by a Huguenot cross they both share. This novel took me by surprise; I expected it to be rather boring and focused on the Algerian war. I was delighted to see this historical fiction novel also had romantic and suspenseful aspects to it. I thoroughly enjoyed it, although it was rather long and left me hanging in the end. I look forward to reading the sequel “Two Testaments”.


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    Posted February 13, 2013

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