The Winds of God

The Winds of God England A nation torn by religious and political unrest on constant guard against Spain s attempts to overthrow the Protestant monarchy But England has a most effective weapon one man driven b

  • Title: The Winds of God
  • Author: Gilbert Morris
  • ISBN: 9780842379533
  • Page: 233
  • Format: Paperback
  • England, 1553 A nation torn by religious and political unrest, on constant guard against Spain s attempts to overthrow the Protestant monarchy.But England has a most effective weapon one man, driven by a deep anger and a desire for vengeance Robin Wakefield Raised by his grandparents, Myles and Hannah Wakefield, Robin is taught love and fiath, yet his heart overflows wEngland, 1553 A nation torn by religious and political unrest, on constant guard against Spain s attempts to overthrow the Protestant monarchy.But England has a most effective weapon one man, driven by a deep anger and a desire for vengeance Robin Wakefield Raised by his grandparents, Myles and Hannah Wakefield, Robin is taught love and fiath, yet his heart overflows with hatred for those who burned his father as a heretic Soon that hatred leads him into intrigue and danger, and away from the influence of his grandparents and the devoted love of a young Catholic woman who prays for his release from bitterness.Then, in the midst of a perilous mission, Wakefield finds himself faced with the One who calls him to forgiveness and to a life based on God s love, not man s justice.Share the drama, intrigue, and adventure of England s history, and experience the struggles of those who fought so valiantly for religious liberty.

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    1. Gilbert Morris

      also published under the name Gilbert L MorrisGilbert Morris was one of today s best known Christian novelists He lived in Gulf Shores, Alabama, with his wife, Johnnie He is the father to Lynn Morris and Alan MorrisSeries Adventures of Kerrigan Kids American Century Appomattox Saga Barney Buck Bonnets and Bugles Cheney Duvall, M.D with Lynn Morris Cheney and Shiloh The Inheritance with Lynn Morris Chronicles of the Golden Frontier The Creole with Lynn Morris Danielle Ross Mystery Daystar Voyages Dixie Morris Animal Adventures Far Fields with Robert Funderburk House of Winslow Jacques and Cleo Cat Detectives Katy Steele Adventures with Alan Morris Lady Trent Mystery Liberty Bell Lions of Judah Lone Star Legacy Omega with Lynn Morris and Alan Morris The Price of Liberty with Robert Funderburk Reno Western Saga Seven Sleepers Seven Sleepers The Lost Chronicles Singing River Spirit of Appalachia with Aaron McCarver Too Smart Jones

    105 thoughts on “The Winds of God”

    1. I really enjoyed this book and had it read in 3 days. It focused on the Wakefield family and its part in this tumultuous time period and followed the reign of Queen Mary (Bloody Mary) and Queen Elizabeth (the Virgin Queen). It also showed the horror that can take place when tolerance isn't the law of the land. Though it wasn't a romance, it did have romantic elements where the Wakefields were concerned. Needless to say, I couldn't put it down until I finished it.


    2. SUMMARY: The sweeping saga of the noble Wakefields and the lower-class Morgans continues with this compelling account of the Spanish Armada during the reign of Elizabeth I. REVIEW: Full of the intrigues of court and the adventures of Robin Wakefield, the grandson of Sir Myles, this books focuses on Robin as he pursues his hatred of the Catholics for what happened to his father. It pulls him into situations that make him question his prejudice and develop a stronger faith. Once again Morris fills [...]


    3. Note: this is a re-read let me down with a quote for this bookThis was a comfortable read for me. I enjoy that we follow one family throughout the generations in this book. I quite thoroughly enjoyed the portrayal of Queen Mary of Scots. It was interesting to see the fight between Protestants and Catholics as well as the fight between Queen Elizabeth & Queen Mary of Scots. I would have liked to see more of Edward's & Jane Grey's rule and their parties' scheming over the throne. It was ni [...]


    4. This is the 2nd in the Wakefield Dynasty series called Winds of God. It continues with the Wakefield family. This one starts after Henry VIII has died and Edward is in the last part of his rule. It skims his rule, Janes, Marys and then the bulk of the book is during Elizabeths. it goes into the religious fighting between Catholics and Protestants and of Spains plans to remove Elizabeth from her throne and such. I like how Morris took his fictional people and had them involved with Actual Histori [...]


    5. I was interested in learning about the history of the time of Queen Elizabeth, daughter of Henry VIII. This was historical fiction, but I'm not sure much of it was very accurate. It seemed the main focus was the romance of the grandson of one of Elizabeth's courtiers and his neighbor V. Spenser, a Catholic. William's father was burned at the stake for being a protestant. It also told of the war between the English fleet and the Spanish Armada. Supposedly the Armada lost because William was part [...]


    6. This is the second book in this historical fiction series set in England. I thought the first was a touchingly simple story of Catholicism turned to Lutheranism, with simple goals, but this second one seems to set an increasingly complicated and subtle plot line, yet retaining a clear-cut expression of faith that I am beginning to find very interesting. I think I am looking forward to the third one in this series.


    7. Should have been 3 separate books. Too much information to cover in one book. I love this part of history, however as it dealt with the reign of Prince Edward, Queen Mary and part of Elizabeth's reign. I also learned a lot about the history of the Spanish Inquisition. The first book in this series was much better.


    8. I still have a weakness for Christian historical fiction. While this book isn't as good as the first one in this series, I still enjoyed it. The resolutions are somewhat predictable, but Morris strings the reader along enough to not make it too predictable.


    9. So far, I like learning about the history of England and all the politics that go along with it, with arranged marriges, and surprize of the hatred between the protestant and catholic religions and the hold it had on the people historically.


    10. I have noticed that the Wakefield dynasty certainly seems to repeat history. It was a good novel though, and I am looking forward to reading more in the series and other novels by this author.






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