★ Christy Author Catherine Marshall – Varanus.us

Christy Christy Huddleston Left Home At 19 To Teach School In The Smokey Mountains There She Came To Know And Love The Wild Mountain People With Their Fierce Pride, Their Dark Superstitions, Their Terrible Poverty, Their Yearning For Beauty And Truth Christy Found Her Faith Severely Challenged In These Primitive Surroundings And, Confronted With Two Young Men Of Unique Strength And Needs, She Found Her Own Growing Yearnings Challenged By Love.

<PDF / Epub> ★ Christy  Author Catherine Marshall – Varanus.us
  • Audio CD
  • 0 pages
  • Christy
  • Catherine Marshall
  • English
  • 12 January 2018
  • 1598597450

    10 thoughts on “ ★ Christy Author Catherine Marshall – Varanus.us


  1. says:

    Beautiful, beautiful I am so glad I read it, and I heartily recommend it to anyone and everyone who wants a deep and wondrous read Featuring a man calling his wife and son twitter witted.Thanks for reading


  2. says:

    This warm and heartfelt novel is Catherine Marshall s loving tribute to her mother Lenora Woods journey to Cutter Gap, in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, to teach its children shortly after the turn of the century The effect it had on her mother s life and faith is captured with warmth and beauty in this fine audio book It is made all thespecial because it is read by Kellie Martin, who starred in the two hour television adaptation, and the series that followed.It is rare when an audio This warm and heartfelt novel is Catherine Marshall s loving tribute to her mother Lenora Woods journey to Cutter Gap, in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, to teach its children shortly after the turn of the century The effect it had on her mother s life and faith is captured with warmth and beauty in this fine audio book It is made all thespecial because it is read by Kellie Martin, who starred in the two hour television adaptation, and the series that followed.It is rare when an audio book is this good Though nothing is ever a substitute for reading the book, having both read this fine novel in the tr...


  3. says:

    Okay so I have read this book about 10 times, most recently 2008 It is about a young women who heads to the mountains to become a school teacher and the challenges she faces There are two hunky guys she flirts with, too This book does have religious tones while Christy questions and figures out what she believes I think this book rings so true to me because I read it at an age when I was asking the same type of questions I still enjoy the beauty of the story after repeat readings This ma Okay so I have read this book about 10 times, most recently 2008 It is about a young women who heads to the mountains to become a school teacher and the challenges she faces There are two hunky guys she flirts with, too This book does have religious tones while Christy questions and figures out what she believes I think thi...


  4. says:

    For anyone who says that reading fiction is not as edifying and worthwhile as reading a non fiction book, I say, Have you read Christy I mourn that Catherine Marshall wasn t around in my lifetime, but I feel so utterly blessed that she poured her heart and soul and love into this eternal story There aremoments of true wisdom tucked away in this biographical novel than in any other book I ve read outside of The Book and it s all nestled effortlessly in a touching, gripping, fascinatin For anyone who says that reading fiction is not as edifying and worthwhile as reading a non fiction book, I say, Have you read Christy I mourn that Catherine Marshall wasn t around in my lifetime, but I feel so utterly blessed that she poured her heart and soul and love into this eternal story There aremoments of true wisdom tucked away in this bi...


  5. says:

    I listened to this on audio, so pardon any misspellings Okay, this is going to be a complicated review In my opinion, Christy is a good book, just maybe not for all audiences I m giving it a solid 3.5 stars for didn t love didn t hate but liked itthan 3 stars but not quite 4 stars There were things I liked and things I didn t like and things that simply were Things that were uplifting and things that were depressing I liked Christy herself for the most part She was lively, and an e I listened to this on audio, so pardon any misspellings Okay, this is going to be a complicated review In my opinion, Christy is a good book, just maybe not for all audiences I m giving it a solid 3.5 stars for didn t love didn t hate but liked itthan 3 stars but not quite 4 stars There were things I liked and things I didn t like and things that simply were Things that were uplifting and things that were depressing I liked Christy herself for the most part She was lively, and an entertaining narrator, making me smile several times with her reactions to things It was good to watch her grow and mature, both emotionally, and spiritually, her faith journey being especially touching The thing I disliked about her was her romantic journey She was probably the most immature in that area, and while it wasn t at all like modern day YA in which it s often get physical first and ask questions later, she still had that immature attitude of,...


  6. says:

    This was the book that spawned adult reading for me My mom read it aloud on a car trip to the Smokey Mountains The characters are engaging and could walk off the page Truly the first experience I had with characters that i would recognize if they walked into the room.Fifteen years later, this book remains the only book I ve ever read that still holds all it s charm and wonder with each reread I make a piont to reread it at least every two years Cutter Gap and it s people are very much alive This was the book that spawned adult reading for me My mom read it aloud on a car trip to the Smokey Mountains The characters are engaging and could walk off the p...


  7. says:

    Is this the end Why isn t thereThis was my first time reading Christy by Catherine Marshall and I loved it Why didn t I read it sooner My only complaint is that the book ended More thoughts to come, potentially.Now, onto Julie


  8. says:

    Beautiful, beautiful book I absolutely loved the descriptions of the Smoky Mt area and the people It was wonderful to knowof their heritage and what contributed to their stubborness, their clan loyalty and their work ethic Marshall is such a GOOD storyteller The characters and conflicts were so real The school children were a delight to read about I can t even begin to understand how she handled 70 kids in a one room school Amazing It s no surprise...


  9. says:

    I loved this book Whatis there to say Of course I had my dislikes, but that s one of the signs of a well rounded story in my opinion The characters were so human, but they all strived to beand doIt was enchanting to read while being the same age as Christy 19 Cutter Gap has so many quirks and such personality it s hard not to like it among all the backward thinking and poverty I enjoyed Christy s journey of faith as it was very blunt and realistic she didn t shy awa I loved this book Whatis there to say Of course I had my dislikes, but that s one of the signs of a well rounded story in my opinion The characters were so human, but they all strived to beand doIt was enchanting to read while being the same age as Christy 19 Cutter Gap has so many quirks and such personality it s hard not to like it among all the backward thinking and poverty I enjoyed Christy s journey of faith as it was very blunt and realistic she didn t shy away from the difficult, ugly, or the lovely Plus, she was one of the only stubborn, idealist main characters that hasn t annoyed me to death I loved how everyone was in a different place in their faith and approach to life, but they all had to come together so many times, often just to survive It gave me lots to think about and I was smiling by the end I m so gla...


  10. says:

    What a delight to reread this favorite book from my adolescence as we celebrate its 50th anniversary When I first read this book as a young teenager, I fell in love with the characters, the setting, and the call to be a teacher This was Christian fiction before the distinction became part of our vocabulary Reading it as an adult, I fell in love with it all over again This time though, I bring a new set of life experiences and heartbreaks and joys to the table and in that way the story came al What a delight to reread this favorite book from my...

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