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Angel Dreams

Michael Phillips, Chris Schneider

Publisher: RosettaBooks

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Summary

“A new story to immerse yourself in this Christmas season—a story that inspires your faith, beckons to your imagination, and tugs on your heartstrings.” —Prairie Sky Book Reviews   Reality and fantasy converge in this wonder-filled tale, beautifully crafted by authors Chris Schneider and Michael Phillips.   A grieving World War II widow in search of a long-lost daughter finds herself drawn to a small Wyoming town. A crippled and mute orphan boy has a wondrous dream every Christmas Eve where he walks, talks, sees his mother, and meets a mysterious girl who becomes his best friend.   “Being filled with occurrences that could only come from Above, as well as Heavenly dreams and mysterious angel encounters, this story will continue to surprise readers until the very end. The setting of a small, post-WWII town, various secondary characters who add color and depth, and the back-and-forth timeline of events increases the one-of-a-kind feeling of the book, but in a special way makes it more endearing, as well.”—Prairie Sky Book Reviews
Available since: 03/07/2017.
Print length: 280 pages.

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