Of Men and of Angels (Galway Chronicles Series #2)

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Joseph Connor Burke has reclaimed his ancestral acres and the manor he was born to rule. But in a turbulent time, as England struggles under an unjust English oppressor, Joseph's dreams of a peaceable kingdom are shattered by violence and betrayal. Soon the village of Ballynockanor will be swept into storms of political strife that will eventually spread to the entire Emerald...
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Overview

Joseph Connor Burke has reclaimed his ancestral acres and the manor he was born to rule. But in a turbulent time, as England struggles under an unjust English oppressor, Joseph's dreams of a peaceable kingdom are shattered by violence and betrayal. Soon the village of Ballynockanor will be swept into storms of political strife that will eventually spread to the entire Emerald isle.

Previous editions: 0-7852-8068-5, and 0-7852-6929-0.

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Perennially popular Christian fiction authors, the Thoenes return to their Galway series (Only the River Runs Free, NelsonWord Pub., 1997) in this abridged version of their latest novel. Local squire Joseph Connor Burke often finds life in rural Ireland in 1843 troubling. Chief among his problems are a smallpox epidemic, a crumbling romance, and the fight against British rule. When a repeal movement makes Burke its leader, he soon realizes he may be forced to leave his beloved Ireland forever. As is typical of the Thoenes' work, this is a novel rich in history and deep characterization. Adding to the enjoyment are instrumental music selections by "Big Gerry" Fehr and Martin Cook. Sean Barrett's narration is pleasant and often lyrical, though his performances of the female voices often drop into caricature. Overall, this is a well-adapted audio version that retains enough of its flavor to capture the essence of the full novel. Recommended for library collections with a demand for Christian fiction.--Melissa Hudak, Centegra Health System, McHenry, IL
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780785280682
  • Publisher: Nelson, Thomas, Inc.
  • Publication date: 10/1/1998
  • Series: Galway Chronicles Series , #2
  • Pages: 297
  • Product dimensions: 6.29 (w) x 9.31 (h) x 1.14 (d)

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Bodie and Brock Thoene's eight ECPA Gold Medallion Awards, including the 1997 Best Fiction award for their best-selling novel, Only the River Runs Free, affirm what millions of readers have already discovered-the Thoenes are master stylists of historical fiction. Their books have sold more than seven million copies and are on their way to becoming modern classics in the genre. Other titles by this dynamic writing duo include Twilight of Courage, Shiloh Autumn, The Zion Covenant Series,, and The Wayward Wind Series.

Bodie and Brock Thoene's eight ECPA Gold Medallion Awards, including the 1997 Best Fiction award for their best-selling novel, Only the River Runs Free, affirm what millions of readers have already discovered-the Thoenes are master stylists of historical fiction. Their books have sold more than seven million copies and are on their way to becoming modern classics in the genre. Other titles by this dynamic writing duo include Twilight of Courage, Shiloh Autumn, and The Wayward Wind Series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 26, 2002

    Fabulous. This is the second in a series of four. These

    are called The Galway Cronicles. They are wonderful. I couldn't put them down. Set in Ireland in the mid 1800's, it tells of the hard life the Irish had and their fight to free Ireland from the English. You will follow the lives of the Burkes, Donovans, the village Priest, Mad Molly, and all the people of Ballyknockanor

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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