The mid-1800s tale introduces Charity Morgan, a beautiful yet businesslike young heroine whose devout religious community is losing its Pennsylvania homestead to the economic recession. To survive and stay together, the members plan to form a wagon train to Oregon where free land is aplenty. The only catch is that no wagon master is better equipped to lead them safely out West than inmate Casey Tremayne and his band of fellow felons. After Charity's prison warden uncle offers the men parole upon completion of this sacred and dangerous journey, only divine intervention can bring all parties to common ground.
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Customer Reviews for Angel Train, Wagon Wheel Series #4
Review 1 for Angel Train, Wagon Wheel Series #4
Date:August 31, 2009
I have read abut 3/4 of this book and it is very good. I have enjoyed all of Gilbert Morris's books. I would recommend his book to anyone.
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Review 2 for Angel Train, Wagon Wheel Series #4
Date:August 10, 2009
Joan K. Landis
Gilbert Morris always gives you a well written book. He developes his characters well, but I think this series (and I have read all of the books) has too many similaries in the story lines.
I"m bias, but always think Gilbert Morris turns in an excellent story for his readers. This one presents a very well-rounded set of characters, with Charity as a strong lead. This is a definite good read.