The White Gypsy
Willy is lost. New sights and new places sometimes seem strangely familiar, but he doesn’t know why. Inexplicable flashbacks taunt him. Stolen by gypsies at a tender age, Willy now longs to discover who he is and where he belongs.
A frightening journey by train to a new school will reveal more than he can imagine. Fragmented memories that haunt him in the present will lead to secrets of his past. If only he can remain strong and courageous through the passage! A dramatic tale of loss, sacrifice, hope and redemption awaits you.
A story that exposes the idols of the heart and shows us where to find the power to overcome them. As this wealthy family experiences a tragic train wreck, resulting in the loss of a child, yet all is not as they think. God has brought their child into terrible circumstances, but he chooses to understand this as enabling him to help and understand others.
Yet others cannot see these events the same way, and create idols in their heart to handle their loss. An amazing story that will speak to many of us about where the love of our heart rests.
Character themes in this story: peer pressure, courage, idolatry, hope, redemption, sacrifice.
“I like the White Gypsy because the main character shows a lot of compassion. It is a very interesting story with a lot of mystery along with very strong biblical points.” — Nancy Woleslagle of Stockbridge, Georgia
Other titles by Lamplighter author Annette Lyster
- Miss Kitty and the Irish Rebellion
- Not a Chance