Aunt Tabbie's Wings

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When she got her breath, she screamed at Bluey, tears running down her face, "WHY DIDN'T YOU JUST LET ME DIE, NO ONE LOVES ME, I WOULD HAVE BEEN BETTER OFF DROWNED!" Bluey dragged himself up onto the bank and picked Gwendolyn up in his arms and held her shivering frightened frame, tight. He spoke softly, "I love you Gwendolyn and I would give my life for you, that's how valuable you are to me." More
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Words: 81,060
Language: Australian English
ISBN: 9781311501554
About Jack Dey

Jack Dey, born to adventure, lives in the beautiful rainforest of tropical North Queensland, Australia. He has four loves in his life: Jesus; the Editor—his wife of 30 something years; writing adventure novels; and the Sand Flea. The Valley of Flowers is Jack Dey’s sixth novel. He is also the author of MAHiNA; Paradise Warrior; Aunt Tabbie’s Wings; The Secrets of Black Dean Lighthouse; and The Legend of Ataneq Nanuq. His next novel—La Belle Suisse—is being co-written and is soon to be released. Jack writes only to please Papa God, but he won a prize for a writing contest at school once when he was six years old. The prize was five cents.

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Review by: Dana Krimchanski on Nov. 20, 2015 :
Beautiful story! I would strongly recommend this book☺
(review of free book)

Review by: Suz on Jan. 02, 2015 :
You don’t have to have a parallel story to relate to the depth of emotion that Aunt Tabbie’s Wings awakens. How can you not thoroughly immerse yourself in the warmth of the Savior’s love demonstrated through real-life characters? I was touched by the storyline, the surprises and the figurative language, “…as the sun yawned away the darkness…” January 1, 2015—the day I read a page-turner from cover to cover. Thanks Jack.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Dominique Walther on Aug. 14, 2014 :
Aunt Tabbie's Wings is fascinating reading. The stories of the various characters seem to be so real. Even if there are lots of tragedy and suffering in the lives of some of them, the reader will be moved by the true love of God showed in a family, which is used to change a ruined destiny. What I have particularly loved in this novel is the genuineness and pertinency of the relationship among the figures and with God. I can recommend this good novel to those who want to be closest to their Heavenly Father and be motivated to spread His love around them.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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