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No Ocean Too Wide McAlister Family #1 Free download á eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ½ [Reading] ➭ No Ocean Too Wide McAlister Family #1 ➵ Carrie Turansky – Between the years of 1869 to 1939 than 100000 poor British children were sent across the ocean to Canada He estate where Laura is in service discovers that this common practice of finding new homes for penniless children might not be all that it seems Together Laura and Andrew form an unlikely partnership Will they arrive in time Will their friendship blossom into something Inspired by true events this moving novel follows Laura as she Ocean Too Wide McAlister Family PDF or seeks to reunite her family and her siblings who in their darkest hours must cling to the words from Isaiah “Fear thou not for I am with thee be not dismayed for I am thy God?. No Ocean Too Wide Carrie Turansky No Ocean Too Wide by Carrie Turansky is historical fiction based on true events Katie McAlister is a fourteen year old Londoner whose mother has fallen ill following her father’s recent accidental death Katie and her siblings twin brother Garth and seven year old Grace are sent to a London children’s home and then emigrated to Canada without their mother’s knowledge or consent Laura McAlister is Katie’s twenty one year old sister Laura assumes a false name obtains a job at the children’s home and ultimately travels to Canada in an attempt to locate and retrieve her siblings Andrew Frasier son of Laura’s former employers travels to Canada with his friend and mentor Henry Dowd Henry and Andrew have been commissioned to evaluate and report on the children’s emigration initiative Andrew vows to help Laura rescue her siblings and return them to London No Ocean Too Wide is riveting The characters are well developed and totally believable The plot is engrossing Based in fact this is an emotional read I wanted to rescue the children myself I raved against the corrupt system I marveled at the beleaguered characters Christian faith I’m looking forward to the next installment in this amazing story I give this novel 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it to readers of historical fiction Be aware this novel has strong religious themes My thanks to WaterBrook Multnomah and NetGalley for the opportunity to read an advance copy of this book However the opinions expressed in this review are 100% mine and mine alone

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Ura works on a large estate than an hour away When Edna McAlister falls gravely ill and is hospitalized twins Katie and Garth and eight year old Grace are forced into an orphans’ home before Laura is notified about her family’s unfortunate turn of events in London With hundreds of British children sent on ships to Canada whether truly orphans or not Laura knows she must act uickly But finding Ocean Too Wide ePUB #10003 her siblings and taking care of her family may cost her everythingAndrew Fraser a wealthy young British lawyer and heir to t. Be warned that boxes of tissues will be needed to read this book I don’t know where to start with how deeply emotional this story is The author has exceeded my expectations of how gifted a writer she is The story is one that opened my eyes to the fate of children during a time period that was hard on many peopleI had no idea that children of British descent were shipped away to Canada sometimes without real reason to rip them from their families I am overwhelmed at the cruelty these children were put through I’m sure most children believed they were being adopted into loving and caring homes but that was not always the caseThis story follows Laura as she works away from home to help her family out and how her siblings get caught up in a system that is far dangerous than most people were aware of Laura is beside herself when she learns her siblings have been taken away and will do anything to find them I could feel Laura’s desperation as she travels to Canada to find her siblings Can she find them before tragedy strikes I admired her strength to rescue her siblings and how deeply she cared for their safetyIt was hard to read at times the homes the children were placed in Most of them were treated as servants and had little hope of finding a way to escape their situation The children in this story offers hope to those that think Jesus has forgotten them The author gives us a sense of urgency in seeing that justice prevails and the children are returned to their family I loved Katie Grace and Garth and how they clung to their faith that God would rescue themAndrew is a wonderful character who helps in trying to reunite Laura with her sisters and brother I loved that he never gave up and wanted to help not only Laura and her siblings but other children who had been abused by a system that only wanted financial gain As Andrew and Laura band together there seems to be a little romance brewing between them I liked that the author gives hints of their attraction but doesn’t make it the main theme of the bookChildren are a blessing from God and this story reminds us of how precious that blessing is I sat on the edge of my seat as I drew to the end of the story I was captivated by the emotions and the never ending faith throughout the book I will be adding this book to my top picks for 2019 The author has promised a follow up book to continue this story and I will be anxious to read it Thank you for writing a story that heals wounds reunited families and gives us a look at Gods promise “that He will never leave us nor forsake us”I received an arc copy of this book from the author and publisher The review is my own opinion

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No Ocean Too Wide McAlister Family #1Between Too Wide McAlister Family PDF or the years of Too Wide MOBI #242 to than poor British children were sent across the ocean to Canada with the promise of a better life Those who took them in to work as farm laborers or household servants were told they were orphans–but was that the truthAfter the tragic loss of their father the McAlister family is living at the edge of the poorhouse in London in leaving their mother to scrape by for No Ocean PDF or her Ocean Too Wide McAlister Family PDF or three younger children while oldest daughter La. No Ocean Too Wide touches on a fascinating yet tragic event in history that of about 70 years in which than 100000 impoverished British children were sent to Canada for a better life Those taking them in were told they were orphans but history has shown that this wasn't always trueIt's wonderful that Turansky chose to tell a story about something that impacted so many people I can't imagine being told that my children or my younger siblings had been sent to across the ocean without my consent or even my knowledge Turansky shows this plight through the perspective of both one of those sent as well as one desperate to bring them homeFor me there was a significant amount of telling rather than showing This is definitely a personal preference of mine as a reader and I'm sure not something that bothered other readers It's just not my preferred style of writing Even so I found this to be an easy story to follow and one in which the characters are easy to root for Laura McAlister has taken a position as a lady's maid in order to send the funds back home to help care for her family The system is unforgiving of families in need and through a series of terrible acts by those uncaring and unwilling to get children back to their families the youngest three McAlisters are sent to Canada and Laura tries her best to get them back Katie McAlister gets the roughest end of the deal with her story line bringing out the harshness of the caregivers that took in the children Though there is a degree of resolution to the story there is yet to be told about the McAlister family and we won't know the full extent of their journey until the next book in the seriesI received an advanced copy of this novel; this review is my honest opinion