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Publisher's Summary

Beloved author Lauraine Snelling launches a new immigrant series
When Signe, her husband, Rune, and their three boys arrive in Minnesota from Norway to help a relative clear his land of lumber, they dream of owning their own farm and building a life in the New World. But Uncle Einar and Aunt Gird are hard, demanding people, and Signe and her family soon find themselves worked nearly to the bone in order to repay the cost of their voyage. At this rate they will never have land or a life of their own.
Signe tries to trust God but struggles with anger and bitterness. She has left behind the only life she knew, and, while it wasn't an easy life, it wasn't as hard as what she now faces. When a new addition to the family arrives, Signe begins to see how God has been watching over them throughout their ordeal. But after all that has happened, can she still believe in the promise of a bright future?
©2017 Lauraine Snelling (P)2017 Recorded Books
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By Kay Jay on 11-27-17

Wonderful story

Well told story and equally well read. Looking for more by the same author and narrator.

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By Sharene A. Boykin on 10-26-17

The Promise of Dawn

As always, Laurraine Snelling writes a wonderful story and it's so nice to hear about our friends in Blessing, North Dakota mentioned. However, the narrator does a very poor job and, in my opinion, greatly detracts from the story.

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