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by Calvin Miller

  • ISBN: 0764221523
  • Category: Religious books
  • Author: Calvin Miller
  • Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Bethany House Pub; 1st edition (September 1, 1998)
  • Pages: 159 pages
  • FB2 size: 1728 kb
  • EPUB size: 1452 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 586
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Snow (Snow Series has been added to your Cart. How Calvin Miller develops such character depth so quickly is remarkable. Even though the book is short you will feel you know the characters like old friends, even the busy bodies on the phone. Miller again touches me with his writing.

Snow (Snow Series has been added to your Cart. A real feel good book. If you try this one and love it which you will, Please try the Singer trillogy.

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Calvin Miller has written over 40 books of popular theology and inspiration. A former pastor, he is professor of preaching and pastoral ministry at Beeson Divinity School in Birmingham, Alabama

On a cold winter evening in 1929, Mary Withers, a widow, is in desperate need. Calvin Miller has written over 40 books of popular theology and inspiration. A former pastor, he is professor of preaching and pastoral ministry at Beeson Divinity School in Birmingham, Alabama. He and his wife, Joyce, have two grown children. Other books in the series. Books by Calvin Miller. Mor. rivia About Snow.

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On a cold winter evening in 1929, Mary Withers, a widow, is in desperate need for asthma medication for her daughter Alexis, and coal to heat her house, but a paralyzing storm makes travel nearly impossible and her only hope is that Erick Mueller, son of the town's coal vendor, can make it through the deep snow to her house
Reviews about Snow (Snow Series #1) (7):
Anarawield
I am a Hugh fan of Rev Miller's books.
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I must admit I purchased this book because it was a dollar; it was worth that, but possibly not much more. "Snow" is a short novel, that moves quickly through a predictable plot with cardboard cutout characters. Yet as simplistic as the story is, Miller manages to infuse some warmth into his writing, keeping the reader's attention even though they know what is going to happen.

"Snow" is the story of a bitter cold winter in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. The weather brings together the unlikeliest of characters; Mary, a poor widow with an asthmatic child and the Mueller family - rich through the delivery of coal, stingy and lacking the true spirit of Christmas. Their son Erick takes over deliveries for his father due to an injury, and with one visit to Mary's humble home, falls in love despite his father's warnings. Mary, a widow for three years, has devoted her life and happiness to ensuring that her daughter survives and is at first unwilling and uncertain of her feelings for Erick.

The novel runs predictably through a cast of characters that lack depth. Miller focuses too much time on telling rather than showing through his writing; and his insistence on depicting Hans Mueller's germanic accent soon grows old. The reader knows that everything is going to turn out okay in the end. Yet despite that fact, Miller makes some observations about the meaning of Christmas, that while not necessarily new ground, are observations that many have forgotten. "Snow" is a good reminder of how the spirit of Christmas infuses us all.
Charyoll
Loved this story series the characters were lovable and honored the Lord. The kindness of their hearts was great. Clean and no sexual content I loved that a lot. Thank you for honoring the Lord in your books. I recommend the author and the book
Xanzay
Calvin Miller's books are always beautifully written. He has the ability to capture the reader from the very start. And he has a way of explaining the situations and pain people encounter throughout their lives in a very relatable way. His books always leave me changed somewhat, and they invoke deeper thought on how people treat each other, good or bad. I always enjoy his books. He is a mainstay in my personal library.
Malodora
I became interested in this book reading the jacket cover that explained that this was a story about a widow, her sick child, and the son of the town's coal vendor. The story take place in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, and since by Father lives there I decided to give it a try.
It is a very short book, a real fast read, with a fairly simple plot, but I enjoyed the story and the characters in the book.
I would recommend this book for anyone who enjoys an uncomplicated story that has a happy, feel good ending.
Xinetan
How Calvin Miller develops such character depth so quickly is remarkable. Even though the book is short you will feel you know the characters like old friends, even the busy bodies on the phone. Miller again touches me with his writing. A real feel good book. If you try this one and love it which you will, Please try the Singer trillogy.
Anayalore
I just want to say that out of all the books I have ever read none ever touched my heart as much as this one did. From beginning to end it was an all together great book.
Congrats to the author on such a great book!

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