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    History is revealed along with loving friendship.

    This story held my interest. The development of friendships reveals both the conflicts that were there but never should have been, and the love behind true friendships. The conflicts are faced with dignity and sorrow. The ending is poignant. This story ignites you to think of how we treat each other, and to determine our own values. I questioned if I could do what these characters actually did, and am inspired to do the same.
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    Meeting Place

    Thank you that God was not blamed for this, just men out of Gods will. Because they knew God hadnt caused it they were able to cling to Him instead of blaming him. We live in a fallen world and believers are part of this world yet 90% of the christin authors say "we dont know why God caused this to happen but we just have to trust him" The rest of their books have the poor person struggling to trust God instead of having the joy and comfort of leaning on our Lord through their time of hurt. So once again thank you and I now want to read more of this history. Nancy Barnes Te Anau. N Z
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    The Meeting Place, Song of Acadia book 1

    Loved this book, was sad to see it end and wanting to see what happens to these two women and their families in the next book. Gave new insight to a conflict between two nationalities that so many wanted no part of.
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