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Through the Linn Grace and Truth Books
  • ISBN: 1-58474-2304
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Page Count: 184
  • Publisher: Lamplighter Publishing

Through the Linn (Agnes Giberne)

$21.00 $18.75

In this metaphor of the linn (an old word for, the rapids of a river) our lives are likened to a peaceful river, which flows softly onward as it reflects the blue sky above. It gives no thought to the inevitable changes ahead, and without warning to those traveling it, the river’s meandering course becomes a raging torrent.

Suddenly the once-peaceful river is bound to a narrow gorge, forced to rush between sharp, jutting rocks in a swirl of passion! The waters finally settle into a black pool, waiting for the sunlight to shine once again over the calming river.

This compelling story follows the changing life of young Lettice as she makes her way through the linn. Love ultimately triumphs, bringing hope and brightness back to her youthful days.

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Through the Linn

Never the Same

In this metaphor of the linn (an old word for, the rapids of a river) our lives are likened to a peaceful river, which flows softly onward as it reflects the blue sky above. It gives no thought to the inevitable changes ahead, and without warning to those traveling it, the river’s meandering course becomes a raging torrent.

Suddenly the once-peaceful river is bound to a narrow gorge, forced to rush between sharp, jutting rocks in a swirl of passion! The waters finally settle into a black pool, waiting for the sunlight to shine once again over the calming river.

This compelling story follows the changing life of young Lettice as she makes her way through the linn. Love ultimately triumphs, bringing hope and brightness back to her youthful days.

Also by author Agnes Giberne: Hungering and Thirsting

About the Author

Agnes Giberne(1845-1939 was born in India and moved to England in her youth. She was quite the prolific author of fiction with moral or religious themes for children.  Mrs. Giberne even wrote works on astronomy, and a biography of the famed children’s author Charlotte Maria Tucker, widely known in England only as A. L. O. E.

Table of Contents

  1. The Nineteenth Birthday
  2. Prosperine Lodge
  3. Dream and Reality
  4. The Black Pool
  5. Clashings
  6. Brena
  7. A Resolution
  8. A Grace Step
  9. Brighton Lodgings
  10. Letters
  11. Shadow
  12. Light

 

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