Published June 1, 2000
by VanMeter Publishing .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||293|
Aindreas: The Messenger received the Benjamin Franklin award from the Independent Book Publishers Association and the Jesse Stuart Award from the Kentucky Association of School Librarians (KASL). The Messenger and The Scribe feature the life and times of Louisville native Aindreas Rivers, a courageous underdog pushed by political and cultural /5(2). McDaniel sets an ambitious pace in the arena of historical fiction with this first volume of a projected four-book series following the colorful and curious life of Aindreas Rivers. The little guy who gets jostled and pushed around by great events as he struggles to survive, Aindreas is a /5. Aindreas now ten years older is an interesting protagonist as an adult, yet, something was lost in his loss of childhood innocence. I was most interested in Aindreas's tales of his experience in the battle of Perryville during the Civil War and Louisville's political climate during that time/5. McDaniel sets an ambitious pace in the arena of historical fiction with this first volume of a projected four-book series following the colorful and curious life of Aindreas Rivers. The little guy who.
Sena Jeter Naslund, author of Ahab’s Wife and The Disobedience of Water “McDaniel sets an ambitious pace in the arena of historical fiction with this first volume of a projected four-book series following the colorful and curious life of Aindreas Rivers a heroic underdog with a . Then Prime Alpha Aindreas lays down an edict requiring her to quit her TV reporter gig, but his brothers, Beta Alpha Brodey and Gamma Alpha Cailean are on Elain's Elain runs to escape his edict, Aindreas realizes his heavy-handed tactics have driven away the woman the three brothers sought for centuries to love/5(30). Every month, we give away 4 $25 Amazon gift cards to random subscribers and mailbag contributors. We will send you one e-mail a month notifying you of any hot new books announced or coming out, as well as any new additions to the site. The only problem is that there is a hurricane on the way and Aindreas is desperately needed at their Florida Ranch. Three Dog Night. Three Dog Night is the third book in the Triple Trouble book series. In this book, we meet once again with the Lyall triplets and Elain, there mate. However, from the look of things, not everything is well in.
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