The Reapers' Song Paperback

Red River of the North 4

by Lauraine Snelling;


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The Reapers' Song

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Ever so slowly Dakota Territory is being transformed from a vast prairie into rich farmland. With the coming of the railroad, the small town of Blessing begins to prosper, and the Bjorklund family is reaping the promised harvest that had lured them from their beloved home in Norway.

But for Ingeborg and Haakan, realizing their dreams will not come without a struggle. After their own fields are harvested, Haakan and the neighboring men take the steam engine and the separator on the road, threshing for other homesteaders in return for a portion of their grain. With Haakan away and the fields standing idle, Ingeborg frets over work yet to be done. Fearing an early change of seasons, she takes matters into her own hands.

Has the land become more important to Ingeborg than her own family?

The Reapers' Song by Lauraine Snelling was published by Bethany House in August 2006 and is our 26698th best seller. The ISBN for The Reapers' Song is 9780764201943.

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    Details for The Reapers' Song

    Author / Artist
    Book FormatPaperback
    PublisherBethany House (August 2006)
    Weight408g
    Number of Pages304
    Thickness18 mm
    Height211 mm
    Width137 mm
    ISBN9780764201943
    ISBN-100764201948
    Product Code120168
    Page last updated 3rd October 2015
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