From Everlasting to Everlasting

Freeman, Sophie

Published by Ashley Books, 1989
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Synopsis: As a young Mormon girl of fifteen, Ellen Randall has little conception of the trouble she and her fellow Mormons will face when they set out with a wagon train bound for Utah. This historical novel follows real life events. The Mormon wagon train held hope and dreams for the travelers, Mormon settlers who had given up everything to make their home in Utah. Ellen Randall is orphaned at an early age and adopted by Elder Zachary and his wife, Sara. Ellen matures from child to adult as she sees and experiences the trials, tribulations, and hardships the Mormons experience as members of a persecuted religion. The journey, full of hope and promise, turns into a nightmare as the travelers face the unexpected. Weariness, and heartache confront them on the long trek to their new homeland. As the journey lengthens, Ellen begins to realize the heavy toll that the hardships have exerted. It has not been easy. The journey has been fraught with shortages of food and water, threats of attack by hostile raiders, and persecution by people unwilling to accept their religious practices and beliefs. But these early Mormons were strong, consistent people, moving towards a way of life that they firmly believed in. The settlers would not be denied their hopes and dreams as the wagon train pushed on. They were determined to build their Zion in Utah. "This historical novel follows the difficult journey of a Mormon wagon train going West and the lives of the Mormon settlers who plan to make their homes in Utah. The flashbacks give an authentic glimpse of life then, about the latter 1800s. It's an excellent historical novel about the beginnings of the Mormon Church. I have read FROM EVERLASTING TO EVERLASTING with enjoyment. I think you have caught the 'feel' of the Mormon trail, and you certainly have demonstrated a true sensitivity to the Mormon experience in Nineteenth Century America." --The Honorable Orrin G. Hatch (R-Utah), United States Senator

About the Author: Sophie Freeman taught as a Reading Specialist in California, Virginia, New Jersey and her home state of New York, in both public schools and college reading clinics. Currently, she teaches creative writing in adult education and writes for local newspapers. She has had over thirty articles published in a variety of sources including Family Circle, Port Washington Sentinel and the Los Angeles Sunday Times. She is a member of the Western Writers of America.

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Title: From Everlasting to Everlasting
Publisher: Ashley Books
Publication Date: 1989
Book Condition: Good
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Book Description Ashley Books, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, U.S.A., 1989. Hard Cover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. First Edition. Price clipped jacket, otherwise in like new condition. As a young Mormon girl of fifteen, Ellen Randall has little conception of the trouble she and her fellow Mormons will face when they set out with a wagon train bound for Utah. This historical novel follows real life events. The Mormon wagon train held hope and dreams for the travelers, Mormon settlers who had given up everything to make their home in Utah. Ellen Randall is orphaned at an early age and adopted by Elder Zachary and his wife, Sara. About the Author Sophie Freeman taught as a Reading Specialist in California, Virginia, New Jersey and her home state of New York, in both public schools and college reading clinics. Currently, she teaches creative writing in adult education and writes for local newspapers. She has had over thirty articles published in a variety of sources including Family Circle, Port Washington Sentinel and the Los Angeles Sunday Times. She is a member of the Western Writers of America. Seller Inventory # 046439

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