Dancing Priest: A Novel

Dancing Priest: A Novel

by Glynn Young
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Dancing Priest: A Novel by Glynn Young

Michael Kent... A young man studying to become a priest finds love, and learns that faith can separate. A university cyclist seeking Olympic gold finds tragedy, death and heroism. A pastor thousands of miles from home seeks vocation and finds fatherhood. Sarah Hughes... A young woman living abroad finds love and loses family. A university student meets a faith she cannot accept. An artist finds faith and learns to paint with her soul. Dancing Priest is the story of Michael Kent and Sarah Hughes and a love, born, separated, and reborn, in faith and hope.

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ISBN-13: 9780983236351
Publisher: Dunrobin Publishing
Publication date: 12/10/2011
Pages: 380
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.85(d)

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Dancing Priest 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Duane_Scott More than 1 year ago
After I heard the genre of the book, I was expecting to be bored by chapter 3 but with great delight, I say I was mistaken. By chapter 1, I was already impressed with the interesting plot and the characters were believable unlike other books in its genre. The story carried me to places I hadn't had the honor of visiting before in other books. Looking forward to book two.
Mark_Sutherland More than 1 year ago
I absolutely loved the story. I loved it because the characters had depth. They became real to me as I read the book. I felt myself connecting and identifying with them. I returned to my old stomping grounds in Scotland and England as I moved through the pages. I came back across The Pond to my adopted home country of America as the characters did. I identified with their struggles and pain. I went with Michael, one of the main characters, into Buckingham Palace. I rode with him in the Olympics. I sat and listened as he ministered in America. I felt his pain, his joy, his doubt, his assurance. I was surprised by my own emotional reaction to the events as they unfolded, and how I had to fight to keep those emotions in check. (Being British, it's just not proper for a grown man to cry over a book. But boy was it hard not to.) I was inspired. I was challenged. The story came to life within my own head, and I finished the book wishing I could actually meet these people who came to life in the pages of Glynn's book.