Beyond the Gathering Storm

Beyond the Gathering Storm

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Beyond the Gathering Storm 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 29 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this book very much. However, since I've read every other book in the series I wasn't expecting so many loose ends. This book begins with the adult lives of Wynn and Elizabeth's adopted children. The book previous to this one left off with Henry coming to live with the couple. We have no details of Christine's arrival. We also do not know what happend to their beloved Husky Kip. We only read of a new family dog. This was disappointing because it is an otherwise wonderful series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is okay it kinda got me lost for a while and i think janette skipped to many years it says not enough of henry and christines childhood memories not janettes best at all:(
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Janette Oake followed this series through with love. One of the best series I have ever read!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not as good as the first four :(
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Beautiful moving story of how a young mountie lives with the heartache of telling a widow with a small child her husband has died before moving away. She becomes hardened and some years later moves to where he is. See how things change a little at a time with God's help.
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blondelawdawgie More than 1 year ago
Another addition to the saga in the Early Frontier days of Canadian wilderness. Well written and enjoyable.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Definitly deserves 5 stars. Once you're finished you will have to read the sequel (When Tomorrow Comes). Great Story, great ending, yet leads you directly into the next book!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Wynn and Elizabeth Delaney's two adopted children are now grown, Henry serving as a Mountie, and Christine starting her adult life in the workforce. Both are forced to relocate miles away from the parents they love and the family life they miss. This book parallels the lives of these two young people. For Henry, the memory of an earlier encounter with a young widow haunts him day and night...until he runs into her again in a most unusual circumstance. The girl re-enters his life under an alias. In spite of her constantly ignoring him, Henry is consumed with protecting her and becoming a father figure to her 5 yr. old son, Danny. Christine, 18, is taking her first job and while living in one room at a boarding house receives an offer from her wealthy boss. He wants her to come live in his expensive, large home in exchange for cooking his dinners. She declines, but in the process meets her boss's son, Boyd. Boyd is a spoiled, wild, lazy, drinking, university student with a completely different set of values from Christine's. They eventually do become engaged, which holds the reader on pins and needles. This book deals with family issues of the day, apparently just before a great war is to start. It takes place in Canada, and seems to be set just before WWI. Family trust and values are stressed, along with the empty nest of Elizabeth and Wynn. Strengths of this book are the religious and family values carried on by both grown adopted children. I found it rather unusual for Oke to introduce for the first time, issues which deal with total control and spousal abuse, but she did so in a well-controlled way. Of extreme importance all through this book is family loyalty, family values and family devotion. Per Oke, this is another book which holds ones attention and cries for a sequel.