Pursued as a Union spy within Confederate territory, Corrie Belle Hollister’s desperate attempt to escape on horseback was cut short by an explosion of sound. The pain from the deadly bullet lasted only a moment—followed by numbness. Then nothingness as blackness overcame the light . . . As she awakens from unconsciousness, she finds herself in the care of an elderly man and a young man who, like Corrie, is attempting to determine what to do next with his life. With his help, she recovers from amnesia and is able to go on to aid the Union cause in the Civil War. But will Corrie discover the answers to life’s most important questions . . . at the convent, in her writing, in the service of President Lincoln? Through a sequence of dramatic events, Corrie learns more about God’s goodness and faithfulness.
Volume 7 of the Journals of Corrie Belle Hollister.
Michael Phillips, known for his reintroduction of George MacDonald to contemporary readers, has written, cowritten, or edited more than 120 novels with sales of over 7 million books. Fourteen have been ECPA Gold Medallion nominees. Phillips and his wife, parents of three adult sons, alternate their time between the US and Scotland.