Ruth's Adventure

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In the spring of 1904, Ruth Andrews travels with her family in a covered wagon from a whistle-stop in Colorado into the mountains and to her family’s new home in a log cabin. She learns to ride a pony, shoot a rifle, cook on a campfire, and take turns doing chores. She was eight years old. She had two brothers and two sisters. She meets a boy her age and they become best friends. More

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About Paul David Robinson

Dear Reader,
I've been writing stories and poems for sixty years. I have a closet full of rejections and this year I decided to e-pub.
The first novel I chose for this is dedicated to my wife, Carolyn. I wrote it in 1998. It is entitled: Summer. It is about pain and suffering, the difficult choices people face, and how love can overcome anything.
As a pastor and theologian, I do not separate the sacred and the profane. The difference is in the human mind and not in life itself, just as evil is in the human mind and comes out of the choices people make and not from the devil who made me do it. The devil has nothing to do with it. We are the ones who choose to do evil or good. The whole world is in our hands. Enjoy the books.

Paul David Robinson
Reverend Paul David Robinson,
BA, MDiv, Pastor, Retired
https://www.pauldavidrobinson.com
https://www.pauldavidrobinson.com/blog/

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Review by: Stormswift on July 23, 2017 :
I purchased this book thinking it was a heart-warming adventure of a child on a wagon trail in the old west. Unfortunately this was not the case at all.

I do not recommend this book for younger readers and sensitive older readers as the book has (fortunately inexplicit) references to emotional , physical and sexual abuse of a child; rape; adultery; voyeurism; nudity; assault and seriously odd conversations between a mother and Ruth, her 8 year old daughter about the mother’s lover.

*1 star is awarded for the portrayal of the Andrews sibling relationship and the courage of the children.
*Review also published on amazon.
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)

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