A Woman Named Damaris
One of the bestselling Christian novelists of our time, Janette Oke's books have been described as stories that never go out of style. Her readers have enjoyed and benefited from the spiritual insights and practical faith in God that accompany her homey stories. This book is the moving story of a 15-year-old who, unable to tolerate her drinking father's abuse, joins a wagon train heading West.
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Damaris escapes from her abusive father with her 2 precious treasures that belonged to her grandparents. She studies why her mother named her Damaris, from the Bible and soon realizes that she must trust another Father Read full review
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A summary of A Woman Named Damaris (Livy Massie 14) In the beginning of this story, a young 15-year-old girl finally finds the courage to run away from her alcoholic, abusive father. She finally ... Read full review