Promiseland: The Journal of Callie McGregor series, Book 1



[Download] ✤ Promiseland: The Journal of Callie McGregor series, Book 1 Author Dawn Miller – E17streets4all.co.uk Pioneer woman Callie McGregor and her family are determined to survive the Indian massacres, prairie wildfires, droughts, and blizzards of the Montana territory in the s with their faith intact Pioneer woman Callie Journal of PDF ☆ McGregor and her family are determined to survive the Indian massacres, prairie wildfires, droughts, and blizzards of the Montana territory in the s with their faith intact.Promiseland: The Journal of Callie McGregor series, Book 1

Dawn Miller is Journal of PDF ☆ an award winning filmmaker and author who has written and produced several books, a music video, and an urban teen drama She lives in St Louis with her teenage son and is currently at work on the graphic novel and Promiseland: The Kindle - feature film version of The Watcher Chronicles.

Promiseland: The Journal of Callie McGregor series, Book 1
  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • Promiseland: The Journal of Callie McGregor series, Book 1
  • Dawn Miller
  • English
  • 06 October 2017
  • 1591450012

10 thoughts on “Promiseland: The Journal of Callie McGregor series, Book 1

  1. says:

    This was a great series My sisters and I have really enjoyed these The journal form was different, but it was a fun change The characters all had their own personalities Stem and Jessie were my favorites Their spunk, never give up attitudes, and determination, was awesome Callie was also a great character I loved how she stood up for those that were looked upon in society as being less important, or less valued The pioneer setting and the adventures were so fun to read about Overall, the This was a great series My sisters and I have really enjoyed these The journal form was different, but it was a fun change The characters all had their own personalities Stem and Jessie were my favorites Their spunk, never give up attitudes, and determination, was awesome Callie was also a great character I loved how she stood up for those that were looked upon in society as being less important, or less valued The pioneer setting and the adventures were so fun to read about Overall, these two books are great for anyone who loves adventure, funny family moments, and pioneer life

  2. says:

    An overabundance of tears lowered my rating of this book It seems every 2 3 pages, there s be a phrase like tears welled up in her eyes , his eyes shinned with unshed tears , tears ran down her face The frequency of this became so hard to overlook that it interfered with my enjoyment of reading about the characters Granted, quite often these were happy tears but it really became too distracting Two stars I m hoping the next book, The Other Side of Jordan, doesn t have this problem.

  3. says:

    A pleasant Christian novel about family and friends settling in the west Montana during the late 1860 s early 1870 A novel that shows us how God s hand moved in their lives I d recommend for a friend.

  4. says:

    Absolutely loved this story Want to read sequel now.

  5. says:

    I picked this book up at the library just from the front page and the back cover letting me know it was the diary of a pioneer woman, books I used to be super interested in However, I did not realize that a great premise of this book was it s Christianity and found that it was plugged in an unnecessary amount of times taking away from the story The relationship between the characters was touching and I did like the main character but the story was a bit repetitive A major issue I have with bo I picked this book up at the library just from the front page and the back cover letting me know it was the diary of a pioneer woman, books I used to be super interested in However, I did not realize that a great premise of this book was it s Christianity and found that it was plugged in an unnecessary amount of times taking away from the story The relationship between the characters was touching and I did like the main character but the story was a bit repetitive A major issue I have with books written in diary form is when the entrees are too short, although making itdiary like it takes away from the story the author also tried to include past information in a way that wouldn t require retelling a back story that the character would obviously already know, but I would of preferred it Would be better if I was into this style of writing I think

  6. says:

    I had this book for a while and picked it up with hopes of learningabout the women pioneers It gave me some insight but was not what I expected This is a story about a family and friends who settle in Montana It is a pleasant story laced with how faith gets this family through there daily lives and the hardships they must face Although I consider myself a person of faith there was a lot of that aspect in this book and at times dominated the narrative I hate to say I found myself skipp I had this book for a while and picked it up with hopes of learningabout the women pioneers It gave me some insight but was not what I expected This is a story about a family and friends who settle in Montana It is a pleasant story laced with how faith gets this family through there daily lives and the hardships they must face Although I consider myself a person of faith there was a lot of that aspect in this book and at times dominated the narrative I hate to say I found myself skipping over that so I could get on with the story.Once again I must admire the women who came before us and helped settle this country In this book and I as am sure in true life it was faith and the friendships they made with other women that got them through it

  7. says:

    Fictional account of a woman living in Montana territory after 1865 Mostly interesting story but with lots of backstory hints that suggest a prequel might provide enlightening insights into characters development Billed as Christian fiction, there are frequent first person reflections on faith, ethical decisions, and interpersonal relationships guided by Christian beliefs not too much of a detraction but sometimes potential plot enrichment is avoided by letting go and letting God Similar Fictional account of a woman living in Montana territory after 1865 Mostly interesting story but with lots of backstory hints that suggest a prequel might provide enlightening insights into characters development Billed as Christian fiction, there are frequent first person reflections on faith, ethical decisions, and interpersonal relationships guided by Christian beliefs not too much of a detraction but sometimes potential plot enrichment is avoided by letting go and letting God Similar in tone to Laura Ingalls Wilder books, these characters are not as complex or as richly described as in Wilder s works

  8. says:

    Sugary, sweet Little House on the Prairie type book Journal entry style made it a bit choppy Callie referred to things that seemed to come before this but weren t explained, yes this was the first book in a series

  9. says:

    This book was good It was kind of slow, and a bit boring at times It teaches good lessons dealing with family, faith, love, and friendship I just read a few chapters every night before bed, and it was a good book for that There was nothing captivating or intriguing about it.

  10. says:

    Good, Little House on the Prairie type book.

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