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The Queen's Smuggler: Introducing William Tyndale (Trailblazer Books) (Volume 2) Paperback – June 7, 2016
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Dave and Neta Jackson, husband and wife writing team, are the authors or coauthors of more than 120 books that have sold over 2.5 million copies. They are best known for the 40-volume Trailblazer Books series for young readers and the Hero Tales series for families. Adults love their Yada Yada Prayer Group series, House of Hope series, Harry Bentley series, and Windy City Neighbors series along with numerous nonfiction books. They make their home in the Chicago area. Find out more about them at www.daveneta.com.
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Sarah's story is a thrilling story about a young girl trying to help her friend--Anne Boleyn. Anne Boleyn, King Henry VIII second wife, met Sarah three years before when Sarah saved her from drowning in a fast-flowing river. Mr. Thomas Poyntz, Sarah's father is a great friend of Sir William Tyndale, and when Tyndale is put in prison, he does everything in this power to get him out. Sarah knows, however, that without the consent of the king nothing can be changed. Sarah convinces her father and mother to let her go to the castle to serve as one of the Queen's ladies-in-waiting. Within the first few days, Sarah gives the little New Testament book to Queen Anne. When the beautiful young queen tries to show God's word to the king, he responds in fury, claiming that whoever brought it in his house would be punished severely. After that, the queen sends Sarah home to protect her from the king's wrath. By the end of the book, Tyndale has been burned at the stake. Yet, the King has put his stamp of approval on the English Bible. And Tyndale's prayer ("O lord, open the King of England's eyes.") is answered.
Sarah Poyntz (though a fictional character) shows great character in this story of the Gospel. I believe that it is important to know the history of our faith, and all those who died so that we can be free to believe the Bible and read it for ourselves. William Tyndale is a great man of our faith, and this book of Sarah's courage shows him to be just that. I enjoyed Dave Jackson's The Queen's Smuggler. I think that this story is written well, and quite historically accurate. I would recommend it to any looking for a good book.