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Publisher's Summary

CBA best-selling author Lauraine Snelling has garnered numerous awards for her novels of faith and inspiration. Set in 1904 North Dakota, this compelling sequel to A Measure of Mercy features a gifted medical school graduate struggling to discern God’s will for her life.

Assuming the Lord wants her to practice medicine in a remote African outpost, Astrid Bjorklund enrolls in a missionary training school. As she prepares for the isolation and privation of a primitive land, she prays her former sweetheart will one day understand. But when a family crisis calls her home to Blessing, Astrid hears of a deadly measles outbreak on a nearby Indian reservation. Feeling inexplicably constrained to help, she wonders if God might be leading her to a “mission field” that’s much closer than she imagined.

As Snelling draws listeners into the web of this enthralling tale, Stina Nielsen’s superb narration highlights the sometimes-conflicting demands of duty, faith, and love.

©2010 Lauraine Spelling (P)2010 Recorded Books, LLC

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Always a Great Story....

I am an avid fan of Lauraine Snelling's Blessing North Dakota stories and No Distance Too Far has not failed to be any less than any of her other books.

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Whispers in the wind

Would you listen to No Distance Too Far again? Why?

Yes, I could find some different things that I may have missed.

What about Stina Nielsen’s performance did you like?

Excellent,, probably the best.

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No Distance to Far

This book was somewhat better and not as boring as the first book. Some of the
story line was still annoying. I won't mention what so I won't ruin it for someone who wants
to listen or read for themselves. The narrator is excellent. Again, the best part of the audio.

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  • 06-25-16

Pure Lauraine Snelling

This was pure Lauraine Snelling. Excellent storyline with interesting characters and very formidable women. What a lovely story of going on the journey of trusting God and being obedient.