Journey of Hope: Two Novels

Kobo ebook | April 23, 2009

byLurlene Mcdaniel

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HEATHER BARLOW HAS always been idealistic, and now that she has finished high school, she’s ready to make a difference in the world. After graduation she joins a mission group on a hospital mercy ship sailing to Africa.

Praise for Angel of Mercy:

“There’s a huge audience for McDaniel’s romance fiction, and this one has all the features her readers look for.”—Booklist

“Most readers will be caught up in the passion and sorrow of Heather’s missionary experiences.”—School Library Journal

Praise for Angel of Hope:

“The love between the sisters is realistically portrayed, and Amber’s slow maturation is convincing.”—Booklist


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HEATHER BARLOW HAS always been idealistic, and now that she has finished high school, she’s ready to make a difference in the world. After graduation she joins a mission group on a hospital mercy ship sailing to Africa.Praise for Angel of Mercy:“There’s a huge audience for McDaniel’s romance fiction, and this one has all the features h...

Format:Kobo ebookPublished:April 23, 2009Publisher:Random House Children's BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0307533492

ISBN - 13:9780307533494

Customer Reviews of Journey of Hope: Two Novels

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Rated 1 out of 5 by from Generic If you must read it, borrow it from the library but do not spend money on it. It's a very generic, straight-forward feel good story. There are no surprising twists, no surprising character developments, basically nothing to set it apart at all. Still, if you're feeling down, it's alright. I only give it one star because there are other better books that serve the same purpose.
Date published: 2007-07-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Journey of Hope I really love these two stories about sisters Heather and Amber. They'll hold you in suspense, make you laugh and make you cry. They're very inspirational and I recommend these books to anyone I know. Anyone else who has ever read Lurlene McDaniel will probably do the same.
Date published: 2006-02-28