The Stonewycke Trilogy

The Stonewycke Trilogy

The Stonewycke Trilogy Let Michael Phillips and Judith Pella Transport You to a Time of Romance and Danger The fascinating world of nineteenth century Scotland will become your home away from home when you enter The Stonewy

  • Title: The Stonewycke Trilogy
  • Author: Michael R. Phillips Judith Pella
  • ISBN: 9780764223242
  • Page: 250
  • Format: Paperback
  • Let Michael Phillips and Judith Pella Transport You to a Time of Romance and Danger The fascinating world of nineteenth century Scotland will become your home away from home when you enter The Stonewycke Trilogy This special value edition book contains three novels Heather Hills of Stonewycke, Flight From Stonewycke, and Lady of Stonewycke under one cover Combining alLet Michael Phillips and Judith Pella Transport You to a Time of Romance and Danger The fascinating world of nineteenth century Scotland will become your home away from home when you enter The Stonewycke Trilogy This special value edition book contains three novels Heather Hills of Stonewycke, Flight From Stonewycke, and Lady of Stonewycke under one cover Combining all the excitement and romance you d expect from lavish historical fiction, with the strong spiritual message characteristic of authors Phillips and Pella, the trilogy will sweep you across generations and open doors to a world you will never forget.The story at the heart of The Stonewycke Trilogy has lost none of its romantic and exciting edge A sweeping saga of three generations in the lives of an aristocratic Scottish family, the trilogy revolves around Margaret Duncan and the rest of her clan Though only seventeen, Margaret feels the distance between her parents is increasing and that she is becoming alienated from her beloved father Into this tense family circumstance arrives Ian, a spoiled distant cousin who gains a good influence among the believers living in this idyllic Scottish community.Woven around the touching family drama are all the trappings of great fiction A secret excavation, an evil conspiracy, an unannounced wedding, and an unsolved murder are all part of this epic trilogy written by a talented and beloved writing team.

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    Not the type of book I would normally pick out to read, but it was recommended to me by a friend who insisted the series is one of her favorites of all times. Turns out, she was right! I couldn't put it down and completely neglected my house.cially as the last book was coming to an end. I've now picked up the next set of three books in the series to finish it out.

    Absolutely great reading. A wonderful story, terrific characters and deep faith make these a must read. If you are not into Scotland, you will be after you read these. I read them in the 1980's when they first came out.

    Set in Scotland the series follows the lives of one family over several generations, ending in modern times. LOVED all of them and made me want to visit Scotland, which I did 2 years ago!

    easy read, entertaining, tho somewhat predictable. enjoyed reading about Scotland and the historical references

    The setting of Scotland and the theme of God working all for good even when we don't understand, are strongly drawn throughout this series. But minor characters are more vivid than Maggie and Ian who are the uniting thread. Ian's temperment/ personality/ madness is strangely handled, and I aside from her life events, I don't feel we *KNOW* Maggie. The overall arc of the story is interesting, but there are annoying weak links (a person wouldn't do that, people don't talk that way, it's inconsiste [...]

    This trilogy spanned three generations of the aristocratic Duncan and Ramsay families beginning and ending at the scenic wild Stonewycke House. The heroine also lives out the major part of her life away from her birthplace in colonial America.The books are well written, exciting in parts, rather drawn out in others. The authors have imbued the storyline with their own Christian philosophies. The ethical content sometimes becomes a mantra and the reader can feel rather pressured to agree with the [...]

    Lovely historical fiction supposedly written in the same style as George MacDonald's book but definitely not quite as deep or well written. Still an enjoyable read. If you like this type I book, I heartily recommend you read any George MacDonald books you can get your hands on. The first book in this series was great - very nice character development. I did not like the second or third book as well as I felt the authors skipped too much information, forgot about tying up loose ends etc. The end [...]

    I really liked this series.(Most of the time) Sometimes It was a bit of a love hate relationship. There was one point when I felt like throwing the book out the window. It was just so crazy! Everything that could go wrong would go wrong. Nevertheless, I loved it. Its not a series I'll forget. (for ages anyway) I'd definitely recommend it. But read it when you have heaps of time. Just when you think you're finished you realize its only just begun! Its gripping, exciting, sad, and happy. I love al [...]

    One of the best Christian fiction books I've read, and I've read a lot. Add to that, it was based in Scotland, home of my ancestors. Having visited Scotland, I will read most everything about it I can get my hands on. The story line is poignant and heartbreaking at times, but a wonderful read. Highly recommend it. I'll be re-reading it later.

    Michael Phillips and Judith Pella can be likened to Karen Kingsbury and other good writers. Their stories are intresting, and has a lot to teach if you gave an eye open for the simple truths. Stonewycke is a Legendary place with amazing Heroes of the Faith.

    I enjoyed this book. It was very engaging and I could not guess what was going to happen next. So many twists and turns. Although it is a christian book with too many christianisms as I call it. I could do with out so much of them.

    I love Michael Phillips' books. They all contain such a spiritual element to them and brings scripture to light in such a revealing way. This series was no exception. I loved reading about the land of Scotland.

    This book took me into old time Scotland like no other book has! The characters are beautiful, and the storyline and suspense are perfect. Very well done.

    My dad gave me this trilogy as a teenager and I remember not being able to put it down. Loved the surprising twists and turns.

    Too much preaching and had to wade through the dialogue and misspelled words while in Scotland. However, the stories were intriguing enough that I had to finish this series.

    First moved to PA from Fla. needed a good read. My mother in law gave me this and I couldn't put it down.

    This was a hard book for me to start, but once I got into the story it was a fast read. By the third book I flew through the exciting story.

    I love historical fiction especially ones set in Scotland. Michael Phillips is my go-to for easy reading.

    First book had a great beginning but somewhat disappointing end. The second book was better overall except for the dialogue. Third book is all right. Overall 4 stars.

    I loved this book - I enjoy historical sagas - and this one is just a feel good book. Nothing earth shattering, just a good read.

    I am currently reading it. It is a story of a Scottish family. Characters drive the plot. Description is well done, but sometimes becomes tedious.

    Michael Phillips and Judith Pella wrote a masterpiece of historical fiction set in Scotland. The series is a family saga that tells of the triumph of love and overcoming faith.

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