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The Mill House is a tender story of lives shattered by secrets but mended by forgiveness. Spanning over fifty years in England and America, it is a riveting story of lost dreams and newfound hope that
Paperback, 320 pages
Published September 28th 2004 by Zondervan
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Elizabeth
This is the story of a young girl and boy who meet at the site of a bombed out chapel in Sussex, England in WWII. The girl wants to collect all the shattered stained glass to rebuild a window. She is from a wealthy family, he is from a working class family in London who is being sheltered in Sussex because of the Blitz. Over the years of the war and after the two fall in love but their relationship is sabotaged by her family. Fast forward 50 years, the boy is living in the U.S., is a wealthy pub ...more
Pauline
Excellent. Read it! I couldn't put it down. It's late, I will write more later, but the blending of two generations and two stories was well-done.
Kiersten
I have mixed feelings about this book. It was definitely an interesting plot, but I felt it moved too fast in places, for the sakes of both realism and my personal taste. I didn't get to know the characters as well as i would've liked. Also - and this might sound kind of ridiculous since one of the main characters is studying to be a priest - but the God-related aspect of the story wasn't as deep as I'd hoped for. There are a few good lessons in here if you catch them, though: a shout-out for ab ...more
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Jenni
This book was very good. Maybe not quite as good as other books by this author. But I like how Paul McCusker writes very believably. He writes very authentic characters, and is not afraid to get a little gritty sometimes.

The story is about misunderstanding, bitterness, and forgiveness.
Very good.
Elaine
It took me quite awhile to read this one. It's okay enough. Some parts of the story were particularly contrived, enough so to be humorous. It was very predictable. I liked the message on forgiveness. My favorite character: Father Gilbert.
Tammy
Great love story!
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Paul McCusker is the creative content director for Focus on the Family. He has been a writer of fiction, nonfiction, and drama since 1979. His work includes over forty published novels, full-length plays, dramatic sketch collections, and song lyrics. For the Adventures in Odyssey series alone, he has written over 200 half-hour radio episodes, eighteen novels, and two screenplays for the best-selli ...more
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Darien's Rise (Adventures In Odyssey: Passages, #1) Annison's Risk (Adventures in Odyssey: Passages, #3) Arin's Judgment (Adventures in Odyssey: Passages, #2) Draven's Defiance (Adventures in Odyssey: Passages, #5) Glennall's Betrayal (Adventures in Odyssey: Passages, #4)

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