Saturday, May 1, 2021

No Journey Too Far


After returning from the war, Garth McAlister makes it his mission to find his little sister and his sweetheart, Emma. Both were British Home Children, sent from England to Canada when they became orphans.  

Emma and Garth worked on the same farm as indentured servants. They grew to love each other, pledging themselves with an understanding. But when Garth no longer received letters from Emma while away at war, he wonders if she no longer cares for him. The obstacles of prejudice and trials brings them on a journey of faith. 

This is the second story by Carrie Turansky about the fictional McAlister family and the British Home Children. The characters and settings are interesting and moving with historical value. This is a good clean story, where there is a mysterious murder, suspense, determination, faith and love. It can be a stand alone read. 

I received a complimentary ebook copy from the publisher, through NetGalley. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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