About the Book
Light Bird gave little thought to danger: she was the only daughter in a family of men renowned for courage. She spent her days in the pleasant company of her mother, grandmother, aunts and cousins, and evenings listening to stories about The Creator. Only one thing marred her happiness: a tall warrior who was determined to have her. Each summer he visited her village and each summer her father turned him away, but in the Spring of 1839 he brought an altogether different threat ...
Seeking vengeance for the murders of his wife and son, her father’s fiercest enemy trailed the prints left carelessly by their attacker – and followed them straight to Light Bird!
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About the Author
Sydney Tooman Betts and her protagonist-husband currently reside near the extensive cavern system that inspired the setting for several early chapters of this book.
While single, Ms. Betts (B.S. Bible/Missiology, M.Ed) was involved in a variety of cross-cultural adventures in North and Central America. After marrying, she and her husband lived in Europe and the Middle East where he served in various mission-support capacities. Her teaching experiences span preschool to guest lecturing at the graduate level and serving as the Sunday School Superintendent, Children’s Church Director, or Women’s Ministries facilitator in several evangelical denominations.
Before penning her first novel, A River too Deep, she ghost-wrote several stories for an adult literacy program.
A continuation of the People of the Book series, Sydney Tooman Betts brings to life book two in her story, Light Bird’s Song. Once again Betts has thoroughly researched her story and captivates readers with her beautiful story of the Indians and their traditions, as well as their belief in and strong relationship with God. Once again this story was a bit slow in some places, but the story and the historical details are enough to keep readers forging on. There is a strong Christian faith base in the pages of this story as well. Readers will not want to miss the next installment of this historically detailed series.
Genre: historical, romance, Christian
Publisher: Stonebridge Publications
Publication date: December 17, 2013
Number of pages: 340
A copy of this book was purchased for review. A review was not required and all views and opinions expressed are my own.
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