!!> Reading ➽ Journey of the Promise ➶ Author Joann Arnold – Justinfoline.us

Journey of the PromiseCallie McAllister Falls In Love With The Perfect Man And Moves Into The Perfect House, But She Wakes Up One Morning To Find That Things Are Far From Perfect In Her Search For Answers, Callie Discovers The Journal Of Young Antone Bellani As She Reads The Experiences Of Her Husband S Great Great Grandfather, Her Life Takes On New Meaning Soon She Sets Out On An Incredible Journey That Leads Her Through Secret Rooms And Hidden Caves To Those Who Have Waited Hundreds Of Years For Her To Fulfill A Promise Made In Another Time In Journey Of The Promise, Popular Author JoAnn Arnold Brings To Those Who Enjoyed Her First Book, Miracles For Michael, Another Novel Of Adventure And Intrigue.

    10 thoughts on “!!> Reading ➽ Journey of the Promise ➶ Author Joann Arnold – Justinfoline.us

  1. says:

    This book was a surprise When I started reading the prologue, I thought Oh, maybe this isn t for me It s not grabbing me But, I always try to read at least the first couple chapters of a book before I completely give up on it By the time I had, I didn t want to put it down WOW It completely sucked me in and I had to know what was going to happen next The main antagonist, IMO, was sometimes too shallow, too twisted evil without alot of substance, but that in no w...

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    Wow An unexpected grab from a library shelf turned treasure Mystery, deception, underground caves and burials, secrets, cowboys and heros we make choices in this life that lead us in many directions Some of those choices are good, some not so good If we listen to the innocence of ou...

  3. says:

    A perfect example of LDS fiction that works Instead of some story where the protagonist s membership in the LDS church doesn t matter one whit, this story gives us a character whose discovery of faith is a catalyst for th...

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    A friend shared this book with me and it was a quick and enjoyable read Although I didn t personally relate to any of the characters, I loved the different things of the book freedom from slavery and a...

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    Sometimes I have a lot to say, sometimes not This book was a bargain I found to keep me busy until I fly off to Maui with a stack of books anxiously awaiting my attention It was just ok If you like LDS fiction laced with s...

  6. says:

    This is an easy read I read it in about a day and a half It had a good story line full of adventure It was a little predictable though If I gained anything from it I would say my desire to work on my family history has been heighte...

  7. says:

    My daughter and I really liked this book It was interesting to read how one of the main characters found her testimony again and realized that she had never really lost it in the first place This was a very good book.

  8. says:

    I actually really liked this book I learned a lot about some of the history of the blacks that were brought over as slaves It also moved quickly and had a great ending If you like light reading it is a good read.

  9. says:

    This is my favorite JoAnn Arnold My Mother in Law book She explains things like she paints a picture You feel like you are right there in the tunnel I m not sure how these stories get in her head She says that they have always been there but I hope she keeps sharing

  10. says:

    Great LDS fiction with a lot of suspense It was nothing that I was expecting and it kept me reading until the very end Loved it

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