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Dawn of the Morning

By: Grace Livingston Hill
Narrated by: Paula Faye Leinweber
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Dawn of the Morning is the story of a young woman coming of age in the early 1800s. Having never known a loving home, she is sent away to school by her hard and unfeeling father and stepmother, and a marriage is arranged for her to a man she dislikes and fears. Through quite unexpected circumstances, on her wedding day...well...that would be telling.

Public Domain (P)2019 Paula Faye Leinweber

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Outstanding!

This book has a Jane Austen flavor; it's almost poetic. The story keeps you engrossed until the very last page. The thing I loved most about this book is how different it is from today's inspirational stories. This is a book of real substance and the vivid details make you feel like you're actually part of the story. The narrator tells the story almost with a sense of reverence, which makes the reader listen with a sense of reverence. This title will be in my top 10 favorite of all time. I highly recommend this book!

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Refreshing

I have loved Grace Livingston Hill’s books since my teenage years!!! I love the availability on Audible! Fabulous performance!

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Pretty good for a book written in 1911. I enjoyed hearing the lexicon of the time. The reader was a bit syrupy...... no humor or sex ..... a sweet boy gets girl, boy looses girl, boy gets girl story.

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Another great one from GLH

Grace Livingston is one of my favorite authors and this book was another great one. Dawn was super naive even for the time period but I noticed that the character was along the line of the main characters of some of her other books. The narrator was great although I think she missed the mark a few times during the book. Overall great book.