The camping trip just seemed like a good idea to Joshua. He had no idea that the journey it began would test the convictions and beliefs at the core of who he was.
The Winds of Autumn deals with anger, loss, grief, and forgiveness in a tale that is both heartbreaking and edifying. While the book does contain fighting, injuries, modest interest in girls, awareness of childbirth and death, all appear in a non-graphic manner that is appropriate for all ages. The overriding message is complete submission to God.
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