Through All Things

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Loved ones must be rescued. His brothers depend on him for survival. The trail behind him is already stained with pain and loss.

Allen is only seventeen, but tragedy and a strong sense of duty already weigh on his shoulders. As the French and Indians wage brutal warfare on the English settlers, Allen embarks on a treacherous journey to free his captive sister and her friend.

With little hope of survival and even less for success, Allen knows he needs God to do the impossible. But if God is able to do all things, why does everything seem to be going wrong?

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Malachi is a Christian, homeschooled teenager who highly enjoys putting the stories from his imagination down on paper. He writes to one, glorify and honor God in his stories, two, make the stories that he’s played up in his head come to life, and three, have fun!

11 Responses

  1. Mandalynn
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    This books sounds interesting! My favorite type of fiction is historical fiction.

  2. AmyJo M.
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    I am very interested in reading this book. It is marked as wanting to read on my goodreads! Keep up the good work Malachi! God Bless you!! (And thanks for offering the giveaway! Would make a great late b-day present for my hubby)

  3. Rosy Marr
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    I haven’t read this yet, but I really hope to sometime soon. It looks so good, and historical fiction is one of my favorite genres.

    • Malachi Cyr
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      Thanks! Yeah, I really like historical fiction too!

  4. Brooklyne
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    This sounds like a really good read!
    -Brooklyne

  5. Julia
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    I love the cover!

    • Malachi Cyr
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      I do too! Paul Willis did a fantastic job designing it!

  6. CutePolarBear
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    I found this from Angela’s blog–it looks intriguing!

    CutePolarBear

  7. Angela R. Watts
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    This book was gripping! The kind of book with incredible messages that make me want to think about them for a long while… and apply them to life.

    • Malachi Cyr
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      Glad you liked it! I pray that it’ll be a blessing to all my readers!

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