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Nothing Else Matters


by Patricia St John

Nothing Else Matters, is a powerful and moving novel, set in Lebanon, from bestselling author, Patricia St John

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  • A powerful and moving fiction from bestselling author, Patricia St John

  • Lamia learns that forgiveness and love are the only important things-nothing else matters

  • Author

    Patricia St John

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  • Published

    October 2015

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Lamia and her family are caught up in the conflict in Lebanon with tragic consequences. Lamia struggles with the hatred that threatens to destroy her, until she grasps that forgiveness and love are the most important things.

A powerful and moving story of civil war in Lebanon.


  • Author

    Patricia St John

  • Book Format


  • Publisher


  • Published

    October 2015

  • Edition

    2nd Revised edition

  • Recommended for Ages

    from 11 years up to 16 years

  • Weight


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  • Dimensions

    129 x 198 x 10 mm

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  • Author/Creator: Patricia St John

  • ISBN: 9781785062827

  • Publisher: 10ofthose

  • Release Date: October 2015

  • Weight: 179g

  • Dimensions: 129 x 198 x 10 mm

  • Eden Code: 4366019



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16 years ago

Nothing Else Matters

Set in Lebanon at the time of the civil war in the 1980s, this is the story of Lamia and her family. Lamia is a Maranite Christian but has no deep knowledge of her faith. When her brother is betrayed to the fighters in the nearby Palestinian refugee camp she is filled with hatred. Almost immediately she finds a tiny Moslem boy below his dead mother and forms a deep love for the child and insists on keeping him and looking after him. As the story unfolds there are factual descriptions of what it was like to live in the midst of the fighting, and the various characters are drawn with very believable accuracy. A very human story of love and a blossoming faith in Christ.

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