Nan's Journey

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Tate Publishing, Jan 1, 2008 - Christian fiction - 186 pages
4 Reviews
Desperate to save her life and that of her five-year-old brother, Nan packs and flees an abusive home, embarking on a journey that will test her faith, determination, and spirit. Set in the 1800s, Nans Journey, follows Nan and her brother, Elmer, as they seek safety and find refuge and hope in the arms of a family of strangersincluding Fred Young, a disgruntled preacher turned mountain man, who reaches out to help, only to find a hope and love renewed in his own heart. In her first novel, author Elaine Littau weaves memorable characters into the vivid background of the wild, unsettled heart of America, presenting readers with the timeless struggle of overcoming adversity, and seeking hope above all through Nans Journey.
 

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Review: Nan's Journey (Nan's Heritage #1)

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Elaine Littau has an uncanny knack for telling incredible stories. She is an excellent writer and I appreciate her work a great deal! If you haven't read any of her books, start with this one and read the entire series. They are powerfully written! Read full review

Review: Nan's Journey (Nan's Heritage #1)

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The woman who wrote this lives near where I grew up so I wanted to like this book, but I didn't. Plain and simple I found there was too much conflict and not enough healing. It ended quickly, like the author just got tired of writing. Read full review

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Contents

Foreword
10
Chapter One
12
Chapter Two
16
Chapter Three
18
Chapter Four
23
Chapter Five
26
Chapter Six
30
Chapter Seven
34
Chapter Fifteen
84
Chapter Sixteen
94
Chapter Seventeen
99
Chapter Eighteen
113
Chapter Nineteen
122
Chapter Twenty
128
Chapter TwentyOne
141
Chapter TwentyTwo
144

Chapter Eight
39
Chapter Nine
43
Chapter Ten
48
Chapter Eleven
56
Chapter Twelve
58
Chapter Thirteen
67
Chapter Fourteen
76
Chapter TwentyThree
154
Chapter TwentyFour
165
Chapter TwentyFive
171
Chapter TwentySix
175
Chapter TwentySeven
182
Chapter TwentyEight
185
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