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All Mirrors and All Suns (The Latter Annals of Lystra Book 8) Kindle Edition

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Length: 293 pages Series: The Latter Annals of Lystra (Book 8)

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Robin Hardy is the award-winning author of 30 books, including The Streiker Saga and The Sammy Series. See a complete list in the back pages of this book.

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I've been writing Christian fiction for 30 years now, with five publishers. What I have learned, and keep learning, is that the most powerful story in the world is that of redemptive love. I post regular updates on my blog at westfordpress.com, so please stop by! And be sure to watch the Streiker Movie trailer: http://tinyurl.com/objhhn3

The new book is out! "If Only for This Life: Book 1 of the Sammy/Streiker Salmagundi" features Fletcher and Adair Streiker with Sammy Kidman and his crew. See it in the list of my titles below.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mimosa Stephenson on October 19, 2010
Format: Paperback
The eighth book in the Latter Annals of Lystra continues the story of Ares and Nicole on the surface level but is rich in allegorical correspondence on a deeper level. The story shows that though God is guiding us He often leaves detail and method to us. Even though we feel insecure, with His help we do "find a way." This story is more about Henry, the Christian, than it is about Ares, the Christ figure. In its insights it reveals that the author has first-hand experience with walking by faith. The story can be read by anyone who likes a pseudo-medieval adventure story, but for a full appreciation the reader needs both knowledge of the Bible and what it means to walk by faith in Jesus Christ. This novel provides a rewarding experience for the Christian reader, especially one who has come to love Hardy's books and is already familiar with the characters from the first Lystra trilogy and the seven previous books of the Latter Annals of Lystra. I found I needed to read the book twice to get it. The first time I followed the storyline and then realized near the end what the story was really about. The second time I looked for clues of what was to come and saw them sprinkled throughout the book for those with eyes to see. I can't wait for the next book, which promises to be the last in the series.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Marti Shoemaker on February 12, 2015
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This is a story you just love to read more of, to find out what happens to your favorite characters, to enjoy the adventure, to be fooled and disappointed and entertained and shocked-watching the characters experience the gamut of just about every kind of emotion. This book focuses on Henry, but we still have all the other characters we have come to love (and hate). Henry is still the ambitious, outspoken royalty that he always was, finding his way in his early adulthood. He knows that he wants to rule and to marry Sophie, and seeks God to make it happen. But the rest of Westford remembers his poor lineage, and they won’t make it easy for him. We see how much of Ares’ personality, teaching, and Godliness is a part of who Henry has become as an adult, making him fit to rule, yet we don’t want to let go of Ares yet!!! You will enjoy the emotional roller coaster as you experience love, the variety of personalities and responsibilities of palace life, loneliness, grief, and…some closure.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By DeAnna Julie Dodson on October 14, 2010
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All Mirrors and All Suns is the eighth entry in Robin Hardy's Latter Annals of Lystra and, boy, is there a lot going on. There is not just one royal wedding but two to be planned, the coronation of a new ruler and, of course, all the court intrigue we've come to expect in Westford. Add to that the excavation of a secret passage, a mysterious poisoner, a possible ghost and a hidden hoard of gold, and you'll find yourself turning pages well into the night.

There's only one book left in the series, and I'll be sorry to see it end.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Grace Fox on January 25, 2011
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I have been reading Robin's books for over ten years, now, and I love every one of them. All Mirrors and All Suns is the eighth book in the Latter Annals of Lystra. In usual form, Robin takes the reader through numerous emotions: hilarity, worry, fear, excitement, and inspiration. Robin has always challenged the stereotype of Christian writing, and yet again, she delivered that challenge in this book. The characters are flawed. They do not always act as Christians should. And Robin is not afraid to show that realism, nor is she fearful of criticism from those who would rather her only depict the pious, sterile image of Christianity that seems to permeate the shelves of Christian bookstores. Real Christians deal with real problems, real temptations, and real sins. Showing Christian characters as sinless is faulty at best, and setting real Christians up for failure at worst. All this to say, I am always refreshed and challenged when I read any of Robin's books, and I enjoy the nitty-gritty realism of her work. I'm already looking forward to the next one!
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