August brings three books highlighting very different times and places. Journey to contemporary Canada, turn-of-the-century Austria, and 1800s Scotland. All three are outstanding books.
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Two very different books have been released this month. Fly Home to Me by Chalon Linton is a contemporary with a military angle while Pursuing Miss Hall by Karen Thornell is a classical Regency. Both are well-written and great for taking a break from summer heat, relaxing on the beach, or wiling away a lazy evening.
The unique time right after a mission can be difficult. These novellas illustrate the challenges and fun of recently returned missionaries re-entering the throws of life after their missions are done.
With Brother Nibley, it was the work he published and taught that would have been the most important to him. Yet most of those who have read and studied him through the Collected Works, either never met him or really didn’t know much about the man behind the books. Until now.