The Masterpiece Free Audiobook Download by Francine Rivers

The Masterpiece is the second book in Francine Rivers' 'The Christ the King Trilogy'. It follows her successful debut novel, The First Man. It begins with an inspiring story about a woman named Hester who was sold into slavery by her husband. Throughout the narration, we learn that there is something special about Hester and we follow her through many trials and tribulations. She eventually becomes caught up in an abolitionist movement, escapes from slavery and falls in love.

The Masterpiece narrated by Susan Bennett, is the first in a trilogy of novels and is the story of one woman's journey through joy, sorrow, love and fear. Written in the mid-1970s and published in 1978, this novel follows Laura Ingalls Wilder as she struggles to raise her two children as a single mother on a pioneer farm. The novel proves that hardships are a part of everyday life for women and you will be enthralled with this story from beginning to end.

This is a story of family, survival and the quest to have a voice in the world. It is about being created with conflicting emotions and struggling to find understanding. The protagonist has her own doubts about what she feels she should do for God's plan for her as well as navigating relationships with those around her. This book paints such a rich and vivid picture of what it is like to feel new after experiencing such trauma.

Billie's ever-so-distant cousin, Celia, comes to live with them at their small homestead in the mountains of Tennessee. She is a spunky girl full of life and adventure and she has a mastery of drama that Billie could have never imagined. Unfortunately, on the day that Billie is set to introduce Celia to her father and stepmother, he dies suddenly.

When I was given the opportunity to review the new audiobook by Francine Rivers, I jumped at it. I have read both of her books, but I was not prepared for how much this book would affect me. It is a story that intertwines so many life lessons in such a beautiful way. How does one review a book like this?

Published Date 2018-02-06
Duration 15 hours 45 minutes
Author Francine Rivers
Narrated Susan Bennett
(164 Reviews)
Abridged No
Is It Free? 30-days Free
Category Fiction & Literature
Parent Category Uncategory

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