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Thursday, August 29, 2013

Alone Yet Not Alone - Book Review

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Their faith became their freedom!

"Alone Yet Not Alone" is an amazing historic book about faith and family, based in the fall of year 1755 during the French and Indian war and is recommended for children ages 8 and older. It's a book that they are guaranteed to love, you will also enjoy the story just much as your kids, I promise you that. It combines great adventure with even greater values - they won't even realize that they're learning!
Such a wonderful history lesson!

This wonderful story is based on a true story and is about a German family who settled on the new American land, in the Blue Mountains of Pennsylvania. They lived by the word of God and worked together to survive in this new land. It wasn't until the Penn's Creek Massacre that things took a dark turn for the worse. The two young daughters get ripped away from their family by Indians who murdered their father and brother. Holding on to their beliefs that God would keep them safe and guide them home to their mother and remaining brother one day, the girls were brought up as Indian maidens, separated just months after capture to live in separate tribes. It's not until years later when hope starts to creep back into their hearts.

Once I began reading "Alone Yet Not Alone", I was hooked. It was hard to put the book down at night, I wanted to know what happened next! This is a touching story that will remind everyone just how important faith in God can take you. From a girl who believes in God but don't go to church as often as most, this is a WONDERFUL book and I can gladly say that I LOVE "Alone Yet Not Alone". I do my best to raise my daughters to be strong independent women and I hope they grow up to be half as brave and strong as the girls in the story. I'm not sure I could survive something as scary as the French and Indian War but after reading this outstanding and emotional story, I'm amazed at how strong some people can be when their life depends on it and how they can hold on to their faith in God after all that hurt and pain.

Something else that's just as wonderful as the book is that the movie "Alone Yet Not Alone", based on the book, is being released on September 27, 2013!!!
That's right! Keep your eyes out for this wonderful inspirational story on the big screen! I promise that "Alone Yet Not Alone" will be a book and movie that you'll remember for years.
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  1. It sounds like a great story! I will definitely have to check out the movie, too!

  2. I like the story so we will be watching it when its out

  3. This sounds like an interesting read - thanks for letting us know about it and the movie!

  4. Im def. gonna watch it as soon as it comes out. cant wait


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