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All-time favorite read: Francine Rivers "Voice in the Wind", "Echo in the Darkness", "Sure as Dawn". A series about a 1st century Jewish-Christian girl and the wealthy Roman family she is a household slave to. History. Gladiator/Coliseum days. Love story. Faith.
Fabulous Read By Francine Rivers - “The city was silently bloating in the hot sun, rotting like the thousands of bodies that lay where they had fallen in street battles.” With this opening sentence, A Voice in the Wind transports readers back to Jerusalem during the first Jewish-Roman War, some seventy years after the death of Christ.
Secrets. Lance Michelli is on a quest to discover the secrets his grandmother cannot tell. What happened all those years ago, and what is it she so desperately needs him to find? The old villa in Sonoma holds the answers, but it is now owned by a young woman who neither knows nor cares about his mission.