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Haakan looked at the third member of the crew to see him nodding and puffing hard. Plumes of steam rose and frosted his bushy eyebrows.

Haakan looked at the third member of the crew to see him nodding and puffing hard. Haakan leaned on his ax handle, only then realizing his lungs were pumping like bellows.

distinguished for its detailed understanding of farm life on the prairie, which Snelling never . The Red River valley is one of the earths great treasures. Flat, fertile farmland as far as one looks in all directions

distinguished for its detailed understanding of farm life on the prairie, which Snelling never romanticizes. Lauraine Snelling is the award-winning author of over fifty books, including Blessing in Disguise and Believing the Dream. She won a Silver Angel Award and a Romance Writers of America Golden Heart. Flat, fertile farmland as far as one looks in all directions. Many people from Norway were some of the first settlers of the Valley. The winters were ferocious and if you weren't ready for winter you died. One of life's realities.

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A New Day Rising book. Lauraine Snelling does a remarkable job of describing the flat, fertile farmland of the Red River Valley, and its first Norwegian settlers. The Red River of the North is an amazing series. I can hardly wait to read the third novel.

A New Day Rising The dream of a farmstead and a good life .I felt grateful for my life compared to lauraine,s heavy burdens but it also showed her blessings even back in those early years. she was a stalwart woman who did not give in or give up,cant wait to read the continuation of this story.

Lauraine Snelling is an author of Christian fiction and has published more than 80 titles since 1982, among them popular historical . Red River of the North series. A New Day Rising, 1996. A Land To Call Home, 1997. The Reaper’s Song, 1998.

Lauraine Snelling is an author of Christian fiction and has published more than 80 titles since 1982, among them popular historical fiction series revolving around Norwegian immigration and inspired by her own heritage. In 2012, Snelling was inducted into the n Hall of Fame, a signature event at Norsk Høstfest. Her books have sold more than 5 million copies. Besides writing books and articles, she teaches at writers' conferences across the country. Return To Red River series. Daughters of Blessing series.

An Untamed Land, Red River of the North Series LAURAINE SNELLING is the bestselling, award-winning author of over forty novels. She also writes for a wide range of magazines and teaches at writers conferences across the country

An Untamed Land, Red River of the North Series Lauraine Snelling. LAURAINE SNELLING is the bestselling, award-winning author of over forty novels. She also writes for a wide range of magazines and teaches at writers conferences across the country.

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Return to the Red River: Believing the Dream Vol. 2 by Lauraine Snelling (2002, Paperback, Reprint). I enjoy readings series books because it lets you keep up with all the characters of the book. I also like Christian fiction because the people in the books are not afraid to discuss their feelings about God. Sometimes they get angry with God and that is okay.

The dream of their own farmstead and a good life in America had brought Roald and Ingeborg Bjorklund across the Atlantic to pioneer the virgin prairie of Dakota Territory. But Roald's tragic disappearance in a winter storm had turned Ingeborg's dreams into a living nightmare. Against nearly impossible circumstances and overwhelming grief, she struggles to keep the farm and her family together. When spring appears, Roald's distant cousin Haaken arrives to help with the heavy field work, and Ingeborg is able to once again concentrate her efforts on home and children. After the bleak winter, she cannot ignore the joy that Haaken brings to their lives or the attraction she begins to feel toward him. When Roald's brother from Norway also arrives to help the family, things become very complicated around the simple prairie dwelling! He reminded her of a Viking of old could he be persuaded to stay?

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Steep
As soon as I finished the first book, I moved on to the second one. What a journey this family had in the first book (An Untamed Land (Red River of the North Book #1)). They really underwent a lot of difficulties. Not so much more than some go through these days, but the days where so different back in the late mid 1880s. Making do with everything they could - including their stamina, hopes, dreams and faith is a huge journey. They worked so hard for everything! Ingeborg's character is quite the character of strength, determination and perseverance in very difficult times. The author really does put you in the middle of their lives as though you are indeed a part of them. I guess in a way, we are. They sometimes do not seem fictional though. Ingeborg went through some dark times, as did others but she keeps on. (It's always difficult for me to sum up my thoughts because I don't want to reveal the story and often I'm slow getting around to leaving a comment and have to be sure I'm not referring to another of the books!) Anyway, again, I closed this book and went straight for the next one. What a great story and great story teller in Lauraine Snelling. I am certain a lot of the author's heart, knowledge and research goes into her Red River of the North Series.
Tegore
The "Red River of the North" Series are an amazing series of books that keep you glued to the page. It is about Norwegian immigrants that have come to America in the 1880's to homestead in the Dakota plains. What I love about these books is that Ms. Snelling makes each and every character come alive with their own personality and traits, totally developing them into individuals. It takes a special author to do what she does with her characters. I also love that she depicts life as it really must have been for them back then. You can feel yourself being 'sucked' into the story as it unfolds. I highly recommend this series.
Haralem
How excited I am to have found a series of books that have kept me enthralled and glued to my kindle. Two books in three days.....unusual for me. Laurianne Snelling proves her God's gift of knowledge and capability of story-telling as she weaves her heart and emotion into beautiful words that encourage laughter, bring hearts to embrace the power of love, and bring tears to the eyes in heart-felt sorrow for the pain of her well-thought of characters. I have sunk so deeply into her story of this immigrant family that I can forget for awhile that I am facing a major surgery in a few days to battle a very probable chance of cancer. Thank you Laurianne. God has always been the center of my own life and your words only strengthen the reminder of the fact, He Walks With Us as we follow the path of life. Pat L.
Onnell
Just like the book, An Untamed Land, A New Day Rising was just wonderful! I am so looking forward to the next sequel, A Land to Call Home. I hope the ones who have left, will be returned in this one and we can find out what they make of their lives. I was so worried when little Andrew turned up missing and what a surprise when Wolf brought him home. Since he can't talk much, I guess we'll never find out where he was for that day and a half and a full night but I thought the author would figure out a way to tell us. Maybe, hopefully, in this next sequel. I really like the characters in this series! I highly recommend this series! I gave this book five stars and would give it even more if possible, but for some reason, only four stars highlighted
Tygrafym
I've read through Lauraine Snelling 's entire Blessing Series and was saddened to see it come to an end. Her writings bring the characters to life and makes one feel as though they were family, as well as living the early homesteading days of the Dakota Territory up into the early 20th Century. I've read them all via Kindle purchase.
Talrajas
This is the second book in a heartwarming series about homesteading in The Red River of the North. The Red River valley is one of the earths great treasures. Flat, fertile farmland as far as one looks in all directions. Many people from Norway were some of the first settlers of the Valley. The winters were ferocious and if you weren't ready for winter you died. One of life's realities. Having lived in Fargo, I am very familiar with the fury of a blizzard. They are relentless and terrifying. Thank you Lauraine for a story so well written.
Sharpbrew
As far as I am concerned these are by far the best Historical Fiction account of the immigration of Norwegians from Norway to North Central USA. These were my People and I can remember the stories that I heard when I was younger and the history of my family which is exactly the same as these books. I am the fourth generation since my Great Grandfather and family came to this country in 1873. I still identify myself as an American of Norwegian Ancestory. I bought the first 6 book set on Kindle but have since procured all of the books (13) in hard copy for my library. The Red River of the North, The Return to the Red River of the North, and the Daughter of Blessing. Do not think these books tell of only the Ladies side of the story. They look at both sides of the story, the joys and the hardships encountered by each family and the rewards form hard work and the willingness of these people to succeed no mater what.Thank the Lord for Lauraine Snelling, her research to get it right and her righting ability to make it immensley enjoyable to read.
This story is about two brothers and their wives who immigrate to the Dakota Territory from Norway in 1880. I believe the time period was well researched and the story reasonable and entertaining. The author uses the story to profess her Christian beliefs by having the characters in the story quote scripture and expressions of faith, which is probably typical of the people in that era. This family experiences every sort of mishap as they develop their homestead and soon prosper on the Red River. The characters are well developed and probably typical of Europeans of that era. I enjoyed the series.
A New Day Rising (Red River of the North #2) download epub
Historical
Author: Lauraine Snelling
ISBN: 1568652534
Category: Romance
Subcategory: Historical
Language: English
Publisher: Doubleday Books (1996)
Pages: 288 pages