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How sweet the sound

Author: Amy K Sorrells
Publisher: Carol Stream, Illinois : Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., [2017]
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Wealth and etiquette can hide a lot of things in the South, as the esteemed Harlan family of sleepy Bay Spring, Alabama, knows. But behind the gentle facade of white pillared porches and acres of cultivated pecan orchards, family secrets smolder. Young Anniston Harlan cares little for high society and the rigid rules and expectations of her grandmother, Princella. She finds solace working the orchards alongside her  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Bildungsromans
Fiction
Religious fiction
Christian fiction
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Sorrells, Amy K.
How sweet the sound.
Carol Stream, Illinois : Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., [2017]
(DLC) 2017007772
(OCoLC)976036309
Material Type: Document, Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Amy K Sorrells
ISBN: 9781496426154 1496426150
OCLC Number: 1003195128
Notes: Includes discussion questions, interview with the author and recipes.
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Cover; Praise for How Sweet the Sound; Title; Copyright; Epigraphs; Dedication; Late 1979; Chapter 1: Anniston; Chapter 2: Anniston; Chapter 3: Anniston; Chapter 4: Anniston; Chapter 5: Comfort; Chapter 6: Anniston; Chapter 7: Comfort; Chapter 8: Anniston; Chapter 9: Anniston; Chapter 10: Comfort; Late February 1980; Chapter 11: Anniston; Chapter 12: Comfort; Chapter 13: Anniston; Chapter 14: Anniston; Chapter 15: Anniston; Chapter 16: Comfort; Chapter 17: Anniston; Chapter 18: Comfort; Chapter 19: Anniston; Chapter 20: Anniston; Chapter 21: Comfort; Chapter 22: Anniston; Chapter 23: Anniston. Chapter 24: AnnistonMay 1980; Chapter 25: Comfort; Chapter 26: Anniston; Chapter 27: Anniston; Chapter 28: Comfort; Chapter 29: Anniston; Chapter 30: Anniston; Chapter 31: Comfort; Chapter 32: Anniston; Chapter 33: Anniston; Chapter 34: Anniston; Chapter 35: Comfort; Chapter 36: Anniston; Chapter 37: Comfort; Chapter 38: Anniston; Chapter 39: Anniston; Chapter 40: Comfort; Chapter 41: Anniston; Chapter 42: Comfort; Chapter 43: Anniston; Chapter 44: Comfort; Chapter 45: Anniston; Late October 1980; Chapter 46: Anniston; Chapter 47: Anniston; Chapter 48: Comfort; Chapter 49: Anniston. Chapter 50Summer 1981; Chapter 51: Anniston; A Word about Tamar and Survivors; Discussion Questions; An Interview with the Author; Recipes from Bay Spring and the Harlan Family and Friends; About the Author.
Responsibility: Amy K. Sorrells.

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Wealth and etiquette can hide a lot of things in the South, as the esteemed Harlan family of sleepy Bay Spring, Alabama, knows. But behind the gentle facade of white pillared porches and acres of cultivated pecan orchards, family secrets smolder. Young Anniston Harlan cares little for high society and the rigid rules and expectations of her grandmother, Princella. She finds solace working the orchards alongside her father and grandfather, and relief in the cool waters of Mobile Bay. Anniston's aunt, Comfort Harlan, has never quite lived up to the family name, or so her mother Princella's ever-apparent scowl implies. When she gleefully accepts the proposal of her longtime boyfriend, Solly, a flood tide of tragedy ensues that strips Comfort of her innocence and unleashes generations of family secrets, changing the Harlan family forever. While Comfort struggles to recover, Anniston discovers an unlikely new friend from the seedy part of town who helps her try to make sense of the chaos. Together, they and the whole town of Bay Spring discover how true love is a risk, but one worth taking.

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