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She Who Sees Beyond by [Park Hinckley, Kaye ]

She Who Sees Beyond Kindle Edition

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PRAISE FOR BIRDS OF A FEATHER:
Voted one of the Six Best Fiction Books from the First Half of 2014.

 "Kaye Park Hinckley's stories give a fuller picture of the Christian faith. Like a bird-watcher, the thoughtful reader can even learn to spot the flutter of redemption in these stories." --Englewood Book Reviewer Magazine      
 

Hinckley's characters are complicated. They've done horrible things, witnessed horrible things, been the victims of horrible things, yet they continue rising each morning and putting one foot in front of the other. They fulfill their obligations to each other while these horrible things gnaw at them from the inside out. Hinckley deftly presents the repulsiveness of her character's actions, while also revealing her characters' drive toward love. ..fully developed plots and well-rounded characters.
                                 --Lake Oconee Living Magazine, Lucy Adams
              
"The birds in Kaye Park Hinckley's short story collection, "Birds of a Feather," all find themselves from flocks of Catholics. Their family members, or at least a shining few, believe in forgiveness, hope and redemption. But it's the sinners with whom we most sympathize.  How can we not?  Hinckley's expert literary craftsmanship is matched by the drama of Judeo-Christian values confronting American relativism and egoism.  " -- ANGELUS, The Tidings Online, Jennifer Ann Jones

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PRAISE FOR BIRDS OF A FEATHER:
Voted one of the Six Best Fiction Books from the First Half of 2014.

 "Kaye Park Hinckley's stories give a fuller picture of the Christian faith. Like a bird-watcher, the thoughtful reader can even learn to spot the flutter of redemption in these stories." --Englewood Book Reviewer Magazine      
 

Hinckley's characters are complicated. They've done horrible things, witnessed horrible things, been the victims of horrible things, yet they continue rising each morning and putting one foot in front of the other. They fulfill their obligations to each other while these horrible things gnaw at them from the inside out. Hinckley deftly presents the repulsiveness of her character's actions, while also revealing her characters' drive toward love. ..fully developed plots and well-rounded characters.
                                 --Lake Oconee Living Magazine, Lucy Adams
              
"The birds in Kaye Park Hinckley's short story collection, "Birds of a Feather," all find themselves from flocks of Catholics. Their family members, or at least a shining few, believe in forgiveness, hope and redemption. But it's the sinners with whom we most sympathize.  How can we not?  Hinckley's expert literary craftsmanship is matched by the drama of Judeo-Christian values confronting American relativism and egoism.  " -- ANGELUS, The Tidings Online, Jennifer Ann Jones

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  • File Size: 392 KB
  • Print Length: 292 pages
  • Publication Date: February 26, 2018
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B07B3SG613
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,893,467 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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