Kim Vogel Sawyer enlivens listeners’ hearts with her CBA and ECPA best-selling inspirational novels. Set in 1898 Alaska, A Whisper of Peace finds Lizzie Dawson living alone in a forest cabin, ostracized by the members of her native tribe - thanks to her mixed Athbascan and white heritage. Into her world comes missionary Clay Selby, a man devoted to spreading the word of God. Lizzie and Clay’s attraction is immediate, but it also threatens to derail Clay’s work and further alienate Lizzie from her people.
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No. Even though I enjoyed the Christian aspects, I was really turned off by the hunting details.
A second time listening to the book will help me identify the names of the characters as they were Indian names and were hard to remember who the name belonged to.
I have enjoyed other books by this author so I thought this was a safe bet. The story was okay overall, but the novel lacked movement. I'm a sucker for a novel I can listen to over a few days, but this one made me feel like I was listening non-stop for 4 days.
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