Dawn of Liberty

Dawn of Liberty The year is and Matthew and Sabina return to a united Germany to attend an evangelism conference and to find a way to visit Lebenhaus the Dortmann estate Meanwhile their son Tad while resear
  • Title: Dawn of Liberty
  • Author: Michael R. Phillips
  • ISBN: 9781414307909
  • Page: 401
  • Format: Paperback
  • The year is 1992, and Matthew and Sabina return to a united Germany to attend an evangelism conference and to find a way to visit Lebenhaus, the Dortmann estate Meanwhile, their son, Tad, while researching a story for a world news organization, meets a young woman He starts her thinking about the God she knew as a teenager and becomes embroiled in a conspiracy that thThe year is 1992, and Matthew and Sabina return to a united Germany to attend an evangelism conference and to find a way to visit Lebenhaus, the Dortmann estate Meanwhile, their son, Tad, while researching a story for a world news organization, meets a young woman He starts her thinking about the God she knew as a teenager and becomes embroiled in a conspiracy that threatens to destroy the newfound freedom of the Eastern Bloc nations.
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    2 thoughts on “Dawn of Liberty

    1. Librarian Note there is than one author with this name in the database.Michael Phillips has been writing in the Christian marketplace for 30 years All told, he has written, co written, and edited some 110 books Phillips and his wife live in the U.S and make their second home in Scotland.

    2. This whole series was one of the best I ve ever read I like reading about the WWII era and this adds such a spiritual dimension it is awesome I would definitely recommend reading te whole series.

    3. Although I put the book down many times, thinking it would be my last, I am glad that I finished it.Like the other books in the series, there were extensive dialogues that could have been minimized yet still addressing the points discussed Some of the people, especially those who had died, were viewed to worshipful, almost like an idol, although I recognize you would hang on to memories of parents and grandparents with special fondness.I enjoyed the time period I did have trouble following all t [...]

    4. The first and last books in this series were truly my favourite They both reflected the beauty of Michael R Phillips writing This book did an exceptional job of drawing all the individual stories together to bring the crisis to a head and then finding plausible resolution so that history was not effected by the political plots that were interwoven with the spiritual stories and the Secret of the Rose continuing heritage I could read this series over and over and gain new insights each time

    5. I am compulsive about completing series, so I read this tome I found it way too long over 600 pages , and my eyes glazed over at the dry and lengthy descriptions and dialogue set in Russia and Berlin I enjoyed learning about this period in our history and appreciate the research done to convey that.I thought the plot was good, but might have been condensed Some of the prose is fabulous, but some of it seemed very flowery and superfluous.The constant criticism I m sure the author considers it di [...]

    6. I enjoyed this series High stakes, deep spiritual lessons, and intriguing characters made it a captivating read Although written in the overtly Christian style that I usually try to avoid, I didn t at all mind the preachiness in these books In fact, I can t count the times I looked up from the book and thought, Wow Just wow An engaging story and Spirit filled revelations Priceless.The reason it took me so long to read the whole series is that it is written in that 90s style that has a lot of hea [...]

    7. I love this historical fiction, the last of The Secret of the Rose series The author is able to bring history right off the page, so that the reader experiences the story This book in particular imparts a treasure of thought and theology It is a book to slowly absorb I m very thankful to the author for his insight.

    8. I enjoyed this book, as it focused on the political, economic, and spiritual aspects of the destruction of the Berlin wall I felt the author did a good job, too, comparing the arrogance of the organized and showy western church with the intense faith and simple steadfastness of the eastern European church.

    9. Fantastic Loved the whole series Fantastic spiritual insights, interesting insights into human nature, it was a great series

    10. Fantastic I loved his insite into human nature and our Creator God This was a great story and I love how he interweaves history with novel.

    11. It was nice to read a piece of historical fiction which bridged the gap between the Cold War and the world I was actually born into.

    12. I really enjoyed this book, as well as the other two in the series I highly suggest it to anyone interested.

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