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Through Rushing Water

Through Rushing Water

By Catherine Richmond
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.54 Stars

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On 11/27 The Phantom Paragrapher wrote: Set in 1876 , Through Rushing Water is a Historical Christian novel and tells the story of the quote "when one door closes, another one will open". Sophia has been working as a teacher and courting the upcoming Senator and believes that he will propose to her and she will become the new Mrs. Montgomery ... When One Door Closes, Another Opens

The Phantom Paragrapher's Rating:

3 Stars

On 2/5 HstyLvr72 wrote: What drew me to this book initially was the destination and purpose behind the main character’s mission. Though Sophia is “dismayed” at its seemingly dismal prospects, the idea of traveling to the Dakotas to work with Native American children seems dreamlike to me.  But, of course, one must ... Book # 3

HstyLvr72's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/31 Meag wrote: Through Rushing Waters "Through Rushing Water" was a great book! I thought the storyline was relatively novel, and the details of the characters and experiences throughout the book were well written. I enjoyed CatherineRichmond's writing style. Critiques: I felt that book began a little slowly. It started ... Through rushing water

Meag's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/18 V.E. wrote: When I chose Through Rushing Water, I didn’t realize it was written by an author whose work I’ve already reviewed! I realize I’m late to the party for this book, and it’s been languishing on my review pile since I received it last summer, buried by more pressing matters (mostly non-review-related, ... A solid, well-written 3 stars

V.E.'s Rating:

3 Stars

On 1/13 anastaciaknits wrote: This book draws you in from the very first page - you are routing for Sophia, you are heartbroken when her original plans for marriage go wrong, and you cheer for her as she falls in love with her new life as a missionary and the people she's trying so desperately hard to protect. It's full of heartbreak ... Through Rushing Water

anastaciaknits' Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/13 Margaret Metz wrote: Summary: When the life she planned for herself is snatched away, Sophia's eyes open to the life God has planned for her.Sophia Makinoff is sure that 1876 is the year she's going to become the wife of an up-and-coming congressman. But when the congressman humiliates her by proposing to her mousy roommate,Sophia ... Through Rushing Water

Margaret's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/12 kansasfarmergirl wrote: Through Rushing Water by Catherine Richmond tells the story of the Ponca Native Americans through the eyes of Sophia Makinoff and Will Dunn. It is anything but a trite love story. Richmond has taken an ignored segment of American history and woven a rich tapestry of the lives of those who were affected ... Through Rushing Water

kansasfarmergirl's Rating:

5 Stars

On 12/18 Hope wrote: I really enjoyed reading Through Rushing Water by Catherine Richmond.  Historical Fiction is my favorite genre to read so it really captivated me the entire time I was reading.  I had never read anything by Catherine Richmond before so it was refreshing to read someone new.  I would recommend ... Through Rushing Water

Hope's Rating:

5 Stars

On 12/1 StoryGirl wrote: Through Rushing WaterCatherine RichmondThomas NelsonSophia has her life all planned out—but her plan didn’t include being jilted or ending up in Dakota Territory.Sophia Makinoff is certain that 1876 is the year that she’ll become the wife of a certain US Congressman, and happily plans her debut ... Through Rushing Water

StoryGirl's Rating:

3 Stars

On 11/27 Amanda wrote: This book was about a young missionary worker whom after being jilted by her supposed future husband really wanted to go to China to serve the Lord but ended up in Indian Territory. When she arrived on her mission field the other missionaries thought that she wouldn’t make it, judging her by her properness ... Through Rushing Water by Catherine Richmond

Amanda's Rating:

4 Stars