Riding Through Shadows, Book 1

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Thorndike Press, Aug 1, 2004 - Fiction - 432 pages
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A CBA Bestselling AuthorA Christy Award-winning AuthorPrequel to Passing Into LightIt's the sixties, a time of turbulence and change, of worlds being turned upside down, and no one feels the times like eight-year-old Shirley Ferris. Though her loving family cocoons her in the face of forces both natural and supernatural, Shirley's life begins to unravel. Set against the backdrop of the Vietnam War and the Civil Rights Movement, Riding Through Shadows is a story of triumph over tragedy.

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Spiritual warfare is real and constant, and anyone who does not know or believe this may not realize the profoundness of this novel. Read full review

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Well written account of what was happening in the late 60s. It was abit more faith-based than what I would normally be attracted to, but that did not deter me from finsishing it through the end. There is another book after this but I am not sure if I'll read it or not. Read full review


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Sharon Ewell Foster is a single mother of two, a former Defense Department employee, and an expert trainer and public speaker, making her home in Maryland. She also writes devotionals for Daily Guideposts and for the soon-to-be-released Women of Color Devotional Bible.

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