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by Beverly Lewis

  • ISBN: 0764225103
  • Category: Christian Books
  • Author: Beverly Lewis
  • Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Bethany House (June 1, 2001)
  • Pages: 320 pages
  • FB2 size: 1812 kb
  • EPUB size: 1173 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 485
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The combination of David and Beverly Lewis together make for a magical story. It was suspenseful and engaging enough to keep you wanting more.

Temporarily out of stock. The combination of David and Beverly Lewis together make for a magical story. I hope they continue to partner together with writing more wonderful novels like the Sanctuary.

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Beverly Marie Lewis (née Jones) is a Christian fiction novelist and adult and children's author of over 100 books. Lewis is a former schoolteacher and musician.

Beverly Marie Lewis (née Jones) is a Christian fiction novelist and adult and children's author of over 100 books.

Pursued and living on the run, she finds longed-for sanctuary in Amish country.

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Pursued and living on the run, she finds longed-for sanctuary in Amish country. Part thriller, art romance, Sanctuary is a compelling story of revenge, the price of freedom, and the solace found in friendship. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: Baker Publishing GroupReleased: Jun 1, 2007ISBN: 9781441202390Format: book.

From bestselling authors David & Beverly Lewis Melissa James has a pictureperfect existenceor so it seems.

It was once of the first ones I read. I passed it on to my daughter immediately and we were hooked on her books. couldn't put it down. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 15 years ago. The overwhelming of the unknown had a way of worming it's way into me as I read this book.

by. Lewis, Beverly, 1949-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by station16. cebu on November 20, 2019. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

Which makes me weary of reading more Beverly Lewis books, because my two reasons are almost identical to the thing that bugged me about the ending of the Nellie Fisher series.

A woman in danger flees for safety  . Which makes me weary of reading more Beverly Lewis books, because my two reasons are almost identical to the thing that bugged me about the ending of the Nellie Fisher series. 1 - The whole book you are reading about Mellie and Ryan's love. I craved their reunion.

Title: Sanctuary - eBook By: Beverly Lewis, David Lewis Format: DRM Protected ePub Vendor: Bethany House. Beverly Lewis, born in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch country, has more than 17 million books in print. Publication Date: 2007 ISBN: 9781441202390 ISBN-13: 9781441202390 Stock No: WW6434EB. Publisher's Description. Beverly and her husband, David, live in Colorado, where they enjoy hiking, biking, making music, and spending time with their family.

A secret past forces Melissa James to flee her marriage and seek refuge with a Pennsylvania Dutch family, while her husband fears his own mistake will prevent their reunion.
Reviews about Sanctuary (7):
Realistic
David Baldacci writes books that hold your attention. His series of books 1) King & Maxwell 2) A. Shaw Series, 3) Amos Decker Series, 4) Will Robie Series, 5) John Puller Series, 6) Camel Club Series are all great along with his "stand alone" books. But for the "series" books, read them in order to get introduced to the characters and so that you are aware of previous events that are referred to in later books in the series. I have read them all and await his next book, whenever it is written ."Last Man Standing" is one of the "stand alone books".
Huston
I'm a Baldacci fan, but for me this book disappoints in several ways. Lost a star as a result.

The worst part is the continual formatting issue throughout the Kindle version--on almost every page, no exaggeration--in which the dialogue of one character is added to the dialogue of another in the same paragraph. The run-on and non-paragraphed dialgoue took me out of my 'suspension of disbelief' each time as I struggled to work out exactly who was talking.

There were also two very long conversations in which the author used no character tags whatsoever and I literally forgot which character was speaking. Had to go back and try to work it out so I could follow the plot. There's nothing wrong with names and 'he said,' Mr. Baldacci.

And finally, wow, the ending. Uh, quite a lead up and quite a let down for me. Probably for the main character, too. I would also like to suggest that the author spend a little less time showing off his encyclopedic knowledge of guns and horse trailers, etc. (Am from Virginia and grew up riding horses....)Write a non-fiction book, if you must, but get to the story, please.

If you like Tom Clancy's style, in which the author teaches a class in the middle of each chapter, well, then this book might be just the right thing for you. I've read the Will Robie books and Memory Man more than once. I would not pick this one up again. Amazon and Warner Books, get your Kindle formatting corrected. I sent corrections to Amazon as I plowed through. Surely, you have professionals who will do this for pay?
Ť.ħ.ê_Ĉ.õ.о.Ł
I can't judge prose very well, but this is okay. It's certainly better-edited than some recent stuff out there. There are two main problems: the plot, and the setup.

The plot is overly complex with 3-4 separate threads, and then huge coincidences are contrived to interlock those threads. Those coincidences have nothing to do with the novels resolution, save to allow a single sequence to bring all the threads to an end. As bad as the worst television I've seen ...

Compared with the travesty of the plot, the setup is merely lame. The FBI has lots of fine folks and I'm sure their paramilitary teams are skilled, tough people. However, the idea that FBI hostage rescue team personnel are far more deadly than those of hardened, black (i.e., unacknowedged) SOCOM teams is absurd.

I pushed through to the end of this to have the right to post this review. Your reading time is better spent elsewhere in this genre.
Kashicage
Web London has been hailed as a hero in previous missions with his hostage rescue team (HRT). He's been severely injured and carries the scars and disfigurement to prove it. But on the latest mission, everything goes horribly wrong. Web survives an unsurvivable situation and is suspected of being a coward or crook because he survived. For the rest of the story we follow Web as he tries to find the truth, meanwhile doing what he has always done, helping those who need it.
Fani
This book was very disappointing; it moved very slowly and had poor character development. It could have used an editor for sure! There were several punctuation errors that made me cringe, but the total use of the wrong word floored me! On more than one occasion a character was "put through the ringer"-no kidding! There was encyclopedic information about weaponry, if that many people are interested. I felt like it was written to be filmed as an adventure movie. I am hopeful that this a one-time aberration on Mr. Baldacci's part and not a degeneration like Patricia Cornwall had with her Kay Scarpetta books.
Qutalan
Excellent character development, generally slower-paced than his others and the story took a while to develop. It was a bit too wordy, too many plot deviations and perhaps too long. I really enjoy Baldacci. I consider him to be in the Vince Flynn mold but this was not one that I "could not put down". Nevertheless, when finished and reflecting back, it was still a good book. I've read most of his books (if not all of them) and always look forward to the next one.
one life
David Baldacci has done it again. He has jumped into a new genre of topics and has produced a book that was a wonderful read. It has action, suspense, and a little gratuitous sex thrown in at the end for good measure. I read this in less than a week. It wasn't until the very end that everything became clear, and the pieces fit like a glove. I hate when I read a story and I find the pieces don't fit together, but in true Baldacci style even though the story line was convoluted at first but this was by design. Our hero had to go through hell but being in the pre-verbal s$%^t is nothing new. But our hero does weather the storm but when he exits the other side what we have is a new Baldacci hero that I see numerous stories in. If you like to read a story based around one of the heroes of our society, with a plethora demons that dog him but he also has a large contingent of friends who also will stand behind him and help him to prevail. Great book.
Would have given it a solid five but the editing was awful. Might have been a formatting problem. Many quotes from characters in the book were run together as though from one character. Hate to see a good book messed up because of poor editing or faulty formatting.

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