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Fire by Night (Refiners Fire #2) Before I begin let met just say that : #1 I don't usually like books that have two heroines and two heros, I feel that it's some how cheating and that each couple should have their own book #2 I detest spoiled brats #3 I hate it when a character I like dies But you see I still gave this five! And that is because this is the best book I've ever read withthan one main story line in it that clocks in a 473 pages HOW did she do it? Readers, I don't know But I do know that she did a wonderful job How often do we see a spoiled heroine who has actually done an about turn by the end? Not often How often does an author kill of a beloved character and make it up to you? Rarely, very rarely.So, that is what I love about this book, it's Lynn Austen's absolute best Imo Watching Julia Hoffman turn from spoiled society belle to an unselfish war nurse was sometime else, especially because it took her time She didn't just become unselfish overnight.Then, the Hero He is my favorite of all of Lynn's heroes His having a beard may have something to do with that… but I think it's just him He's tortured by his past and cannot get passed it As for the other Hero and Heroine, I can't spoil it for you by saying anything about them But Phoebe Bigelow was an amazing character She was too tall, too plain and could shoot like a man Who in their right mind would want to marry her? Phoebe can't think of anyone so she does the unthinkable, and marches off to war She was a free spirit, no one could bind her to their opinions (And that's what I loved so much about her, that and her self sacrificing love)PG13 For the battle descriptions, (not gory I promise) the attempted rape, two murders and nursing FYI, there were a few preachy spots, I skipped them without losing any of the story. This book is amazing! It is too hard to pick a favourite Lynn Austin book but right now this one’s my favourite! The story follows two main characters: a young socialite who becomes a nurse during the Civil War to prove that she isn't selfcentred and snobbish, and a farm girl who disguises herself as a boy and joins the Union army to avoid life at home Their stories start out separately but eventually overlap, and these two main points of view worked really well together.Throughout this book, I felt: amused (some of those witty comments had me giggling!), butterflies (Julia and you know who!! One of my favourite book couples), annoyed at Nathaniel (however, ironically, one of his sermons moved me to tears), happy, sad a whole roller coaster of emotions because these characters become your book friends, and completely in awe of the story!READ THIS BOOK! Lynn Austin's gift for storytelling really shines in this story and I know I'm going to keep reading it over and over again 5 stars! I loved this series 3 books taking place in the Civil War time I learned SO MUCH of what led up to the secession and ultimately the war, from the citizen's viewpoint First book, Candle in the Darkness, had a young woman growing up on a plantation surrounded by slaves, yet she just couldn't understand why the members of her family (and everyone) thought of them as property and not human beings It shows the Southerner's point of view You don't end up condoning slavery obviously, but you see why so many were caught up in their traditional way of life and 'industry.' (But I also want so badly to bang my head against the wall and cry, HOW could human beings do this to other human beings?!)The 2nd in the series, Fire by Night, has her cousin from the north also viewing all the happenings of war, from the comfort of her spoiled, richgirl life in Philadelphia She learns to get involved, to step outside her comfort zone and serve others She meets another young woman from Virginia who experiences war first hand when SHE goes and fights in the war herself 3rd in the series, A Light to My Path, follows slaves as they grow up and experience the war and ultimately their freedom It also wraps up the lives of characters even from the first book.Miss Austin has a religious tone overall her message for the first and 3rd book strongly encourages giving oneself over to the Lord to let HIM take away the pain and anger Eli, a religious slave, is a wonderful character in the first book One can't help but love his faith and devotion, his teaching this young white girl the basics of Christianity and faith in the plainest terms. Okay, so I know I am one of the few that dislikes this book I will say I enjoyed this book in general a lotthan the first one The story drew me; the battles, nursing, etc was all very interesting The whole thing with Phoebe was fascinating, although a little awkward at times, and didn't seem to go with Julia's POV But to be honest, I like Phoebe's story a lotthan Julia's! *spoilers below*First reason for the dislike:The whole deal with Julia lying about being married I get that, okay, but it also bothered me And then the fact that Julia thought the doctor was married worsened the issue THEN they become attracted to each other when both think the other is married!!!! And they kiss thinking that!!! When I was reading it didn't click, but once I was done it hit me How convenient neither one was married What if they had been? I mean really? Also, the doctor does grow on one (I'll admit that I was kinda rooting for him), but he is very crude and some of his comments made me cringe I understand it had to do with his past and he did change for the better..BUTSecond reason for the dislike:Toward the end I wanted to throw something at Julia I was so mad with her Basically the reason why she chose the doctor (I cannot remember his name!!) over Nathaniel Greene (which was portrayed as very nice at the beginning and then everything changed) was because he kissed better I'm serious! So maybe Nathaniel wasn't the one for herand maybe he didn't love her truly, but to base all that on a kissI'm sorry, that is dreadful *end of spoilers*I will give Julia a little benefit She didn't fall deadly in love with one certain man right away.So there are my reasons And if you love this bookthen good for you ;) I'm getting a little tired of Christian romances that focus so much on the physical side And also, stories about a rogue guy who have a terrible background Why can't there bebooks with godly young men, that do have struggles, but aren't distasteful in their actions and words? I truly loved this whole trilogy My book club started with the third book in the series, and I loved it so much that I HAD to read the other two Each one is set during the civil war and each story is told from different view points during parallel times One time we read about a slave owner and her slaves Another book covers a slave owner who is sympathetic to the slaves and helps them And the third book covers a young girl who serves in the war All the characters cross over with each other in all the books I loved the character development and fell in love with the characters Another favorite part of mine is how the author is not afraid to share the characters' belief in Christ I couldn't put the books down and would highly recommend them to anyone There is history, emotion, drama and even a little bit of romance. I'll try to write an actual review of this book sometime For now, though, suffice it to say that this is at least my 4th time through this book and I'm still enjoying it! :) Fire by Night Austin, Lynn Livres NotRetrouvez Fire by Night et des millions de livres en stock surAchetez neuf ou d occasion Josh Garrels Fire By Night YouTubevideos Play all Mix Josh Garrels Fire By Night YouTube Josh Garrels, The Light Came Down Full Album OFFICIAL AUDIO Duration Josh Garrels , views The Fire by Night by Teresa Messineo Goodreads Jan ,Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede rated it really liked it Shelves readThe Fire by Night is a book that really shows the dark side of WW The book as two POV, first we have Jo McMahon who is stuck tending six seriously wounded soldiers in a makeshift medical unit Fire By Night music, videos, stats, and photos Listen to music from Fire By Night like i am not for me, DragonflyFind the latest tracks, albums, and images from Fire By Night Fire by nightedition Open Library While living in Boston inand , thirteen year old Phillip and his family survive a hurricane and a devastating fire while holding to their faith in GodThe Fire by Night A NovelTHE FIRE BY NIGHT is quite simply historical fiction at its best a genuine page turner, with vivid language and rich, unforgettable characters Butthan that, it s a startling anthem to the service and sacrifice of women in World War II David Gilham, author of THE CITY OF WOMENThe Night Fire Connelly, Michael Livres The Night Fire is Connelly s twenty first outing with Bosch, but the author has so muchto show us about him Only three books in, Ballard has evenfodder for Connelly to uncover In The Night Fire, Connelly again shows his mission strong plots and sturdy characters Oline Cogdill, Sun Sentinel A virtuoso performance Fire by Nite Wikipedia Fire by Nite was a Christian variety show produced by Willie George Ministries and Church on the Move in Tulsa, OklahomaFBN was hosted by Blaine Bartel for most of its production and marketed primarily to Christian youth Episodes typically centered on a relevant theme intermixed with comedic skits, interviews with popular Christian musicians, musical performances, and light evangelism Exodus And the LORD went before them in a For the cloud of the LORD was over the tabernacle by day, and fire was in the cloud by night, in the sight of all the house of Israel through all their journeys Numbers On the day that the tabernacle, the Tent of the Testimony, was set up, the cloud covered it and appeared like fire above the tabernacle from evening until morning *sigh* one of my ABSOLUTE FAVORITES! REREAD!!! 4.5 Buddy read with Aerykah :) Do you ever read a book that is sooo good that you just have to prolong it and take your time with it? And do you ever ONLY read the book at a certain time of day at your favorite reading place so you can hopefully get eveninto it? NO? *Shrug* Maybe it's just me, but this one was THAT good.I am loving the Refiner's Fire series It is great! The descriptions are tremendous and the characters seem so REAL I feel like I am actually standing there in the story, kind a like I'm a by stander just watching everything happen: The battles, the fighting, the healing, the restoringEtc.I thought this whole book was going to be about Julia trying to win Nathaniel's heart Boring! Thank goodness it wasn't! Lynn Austin also added Phoebe to the story So, I saw two different perspectives throughout the whole book I saw how Julia and Phoebe met and how they came to be close friends, and the trials they faced during their everyday lives On top of that lets not forget that both of them do meetmen on the way good and bad which added to my interest in the book.I saw their experiences/roles during the Civil War first hand If you read the description above then you know that Julia signed up as a nurse and Phoebe enlisted in the war under false pretenses So, I felt like I was I experiencing living in the woods as a soldier and helping with treatments for patients, including seeing mutilated bodies and surgery operations I know that the Civil War was an extremely sad time for America, but reading about it is so great! I'm having fun while learning history!Definite Recommendation!My blog:

  • Paperback
  • 429 pages
  • Fire by Night (Refiners Fire #2)
  • Lynn Austin
  • English
  • 23 May 2018
  • 9781556614439

About the Author: Lynn Austin

For many years, Lynn Austin nurtured a desire to write but frequent travels and the demands of her growing family postponed her career When her husband's work took Lynn to Bogota, Colombia, for two years, she used the B.A she'd earned at Southern Connecticut State University to become a teacher After returning to the U.S., the Austins moved to Anderson, Indiana, Thunder Bay, Ontario, and later