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Publisher's Summary

Best-selling inspirational author T. Davis Bunn is well known for his collaboration with Janette Oke on the Christy Award-winning Song of Acadia series. Coauthored with his wife Isabella, The Solitary Envoy begins the glorious Heirs of Acadia series of historical novels set in the early days of the American Republic. Erica Langston's comfortable life in Georgetown is threatened when the British invade. Soon she must begin a journey that will change her life forever.
©2004 T. Davis Bunn and Isabella Bunn; (P)2004 Recorded Books, LLC
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Critic Reviews

"An engrossing, neatly plotted story....The authors' skills at evoking the flavor of the period shine through." (Romantic Times)
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By Catherine on 06-25-13

Very Predictable

What would have made The Solitary Envoy better?

The presentation of the story was fine; however, I am not sure what the readability level of this book would be. I believe that it would be very appropriate for middle school students. The story was very predictable and "pollyannaish".

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from The Solitary Envoy?

This entire book should be removed from Audible for adults and put in the children's section.

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By W.Denis on 08-21-05

Better read than listened to

I very much enjoy period pieces and historical fiction, but Bernard Cornwall this is not. I learned a lot about how women did their hair in 1820 and how cute little 8 year old girls are, however. The reader almost prevented my finishing the story with her whiney male voices and absolutly awful British accent. Go to your local Christian bookstore and buy a copy of the book.

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