By Murray Pura
Following at the heels of The Wings of Morning, the 1st e-book in Murray Pura's Snapshots in background sequence, comes this compelling saga of the Civil War.
In April 1861, Lyndel Keim discovers runaway slaves in her family's barn. while the boys are captured and back to their plantation, Lyndel and her younger Amish beau, Nathaniel King, locate themselves at odds with their pacifist Amish colony
Nathaniel enlists in what's going to turn into the recognized Iron Brigade of the Union military. Lyndel enters the fray as a Brigade nurse at the battlefield, sticking with reference to Nathaniel as they either witness the horrors of war--including the battles at Chancellorsville, Fredericksburg, and Antietam. regardless of the pair's heroic sacrifices, the Amish in basic terms see that Lyndel and Nathaniel became a part of the struggle attempt, and either are banished.
And a serious conflict wound at Gettysburg threatens Nathaniel's existence. Lyndel needs to name upon her religion in God to undergo the savage clash and to stand its painful aftermath, no longer realizing if Nathaniel is alive or lifeless. Will the momentous conflict swap her lifestyles without end, simply because it will switch the process the struggle and the heritage of her country?
The Face of Heaven is a dramatic tale that may free up at the a hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the ancient conflict of Antietam, September, 1862.