Sevenfold

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Young wife, Gracie yearns for newlywed innocence. Abiathar wants to secure it for her. Their trek has been anything but blissful. Stomach their journey, and let your faith be strengthened through their experience. Glimpse miracles and tribulations of future pioneers as you live vicariously through this young family. More
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About Ilyan Kei Lavanway

Ilyan Kei Lavanway is a proliferate yet undiscovered and unheralded Christian author. He served as a full-time missionary for two years in Argentina for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1986-1988. Since 2005, he has written and published over two dozen books of various lengths, ranging from a few pages to almost five-hundred pages. His education includes a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics from the University of Washington, Seattle, and a Master of Science degree in Space Studies from the University of North Dakota, Grand Forks.

Mr. Lavanway is married and has an autistic son who has Down's syndrome. Mr. Lavanway grew up in Wenatchee and Waterville, Washington State. He is the oldest of nine siblings, seven of whom are living. He spent his high school summers driving wheat trucks and combines during harvest, earning cash to support his first love, the love of flight. He was an avid private pilot in his teens.

Ironically, for all his love of aviation, Mr. Lavanway's fourteen years in the United States Air Force never landed him a flight crew assignment. Nope. He was kicking it subterranean school in a capsule beneath the North Dakota plains as an ICBM launch officer for his first four years of service, followed by a year of really uninteresting work in a vault, on base. His next two years took him up near the Canadian border, to the giant, phased array space surveillance and early warning radar site outside Cavalier, North Dakota.

Then, he was off to California. Academic assignments filled the final seven years of his military service. By the time he was medically retired from active duty, he had discovered his passion for writing.

Since life has thrown him a few curves that make it impractical for him to return to flying airplanes any time soon, he has poured his heart into the written word.

Mr. Lavanway feels he has a God-given gift and responsibility to express eternal principles that will point sincere readers to the scriptures, to the living apostles, to the restored gospel of Jesus Christ, and ultimately to a personal relationship with God the Father, and with God's Only Begotten Son Jesus Christ, and with the Holy Ghost.

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Reviews of Sevenfold by Ilyan Kei Lavanway

Samantha Fickenwirth reviewed on Sep. 4, 2014

This book left me speechless. It begins calm and memorable, but then a wonderful amount of suspense comes in. I have to say that it made you think really hard about what could happen in the future. It was cute, and tough. I no doubt loved it. And I would highly recommend anyone to read it as well. The author describes things so well! I am just speechless! Truly intense!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Daron Fraley reviewed on Oct. 13, 2013

Enjoyable, quick read. Could easily be expanded as a novel. I loved the reference to November 2008 and the aftermath that followed... We're living it, without a doubt.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Torie Chuntraruk reviewed on Sep. 30, 2013

I Enjoyed reading this story very much. It is very well written and has excellent visual imagery. It is thought-provoking and it kept my attention from start to finish.
T. Chuntraruk
(reviewed 33 days after purchase)
Mae Endy reviewed on Sep. 16, 2013

Well written. This story certainly gets you thinking about the future of life as we know it.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Bridgitte Lesley reviewed on Sep. 6, 2013

What a read! This is so different to what I normally read but I enjoyed it thoroughly! From the beginning to the end. And I didn't want it to end! Well done!
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