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|Desert Skies by Linda Hoyland||3 Review(s)|
|Larner||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 2/2/2015|
|Ah, but a beautiful encounter, and an enriching realization as to whom these people revere. I rejoice that he has found heart in the people who dwell in the heart of the desert. A lovely work, Linda.|
Author Reply: Many thanks for your much appreciated review. I'm delighted that you enjoyed this.
|Marianel||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 2/2/2015|
|As always your stories makes me feel warm at heart or terribly worried for their characters! This made me feel both. Thank you! |
Author Reply: Many thanks for your much appreciated review. I'm delighted my stories make you feel so involved!
|demeter d||Reviewed Chapter: 1 on 2/1/2015|
|Indeed, a visit to a far-away desert land in the middle of our northern winter!|
It does seem that even a man as wise as Aragorn can sometimes make mistakes. I always enjoy glimpses of your Ambassador Tahir's land and people. Your Rana's people remind me of my mother's stories of ordinary people who stood up to the evil rampant in the world during the Second World War. My mother was a devout Christian lady who nevertheless instilled in me a love of the old Greek, Roman, and Norse deities and their stories. She was a High School English and Literature teacher! Her take on the similarities between legends from different lands and times was that as people wandered over the earth, we forgot much of what we once knew about our Creator, except for those bits of dimly remembered tales.
Author Reply: Many thanks for your much appreciated review. I think Aragorn was at rather a low point after leaving Gondor and he is only human. I'm delighted that you enjoyed this.Your Mother sounded a very special lady.
I believe these desert people worship the true God in their own way.