When Dreams Die The Vadelah Chronicles #4 PDF/EPUB ↠


  • Paperback
  • 301 pages
  • When Dreams Die The Vadelah Chronicles #4
  • Julie Rollins
  • English
  • 14 August 2015

10 thoughts on “When Dreams Die The Vadelah Chronicles #4

  1. says:

    In When Dreams Die David is desperately searching for a wife back on Earth knowing he may never have another chance and he certainly isn't going to find one on Arana I found this book not as exciting as the others but it still had its own flavor leaving me with an end that makes me hungry to bite into the next in the series If you're reading the series you must read this one too as David experiences some great character perspective changes and his dalaphar is a very beautiful one indeed


  2. says:

    Another great book in the Vadelah Chronicles series Science Fiction from a solidly Christian perspective A rare find Make sure you read books 1 to 3 before reading this one Start with Arana's VisitorMore adventure on Arana and Earth David returns to Earth to find a wife But this is not your average romance novel The tension builds as the mels prepare to destroy the Naharam AllianceNot available on Order it from wwwVadelahChroniclescomYou won't be disappointed


  3. says:

    new to me


  4. says:

    Series keeps going strong Just enjoyable books that make me feel good


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When Dreams Die The Vadelah Chronicles #4 Science Fiction from a Christian perspectiveBook 4 of the Vadelah Chronicles seriesBack on Arana and healing from his deep wounds David Decker struggles to resume a normal life But what is normal He feels strangely adrift uncertain how to prepare for the coming terror foretold in his nightmares And then there is the issue of marriage If he is ever to find a wife he must return to Earth There he will learn a painful lesson on letting dreams dieand letting God surprise him With great love comes the potential for great pain


About the Author: Julie Rollins

I was born and raised in sunny Southern California as the youngest of four daughters I climbed trees shot arrows into the hillside and rode bikes on the dirt trails typical tomboy stuff My father worked hard as a doctor while my mom took a break from being a nurse and stayed home to raise us My parents were very supportiveGrade school and junior high however were very difficult for me My