[scooters Books] DOC Day of Remembrance ✓ David G. Woolley

SUMMARY Day of Remembrance

Old World 600 BC Under mandate from their prophetfather the sons of Lehi face treachery and lethal danger as they seek to secure the brass plates from the ruthless Captain Laban Meanwhile Zoram and Elizabeth work feverishly to smith new plates for engraving the prophecies of Jeremiah a vital task that must be completed before the Feast of the Trumpets also known as the Day of RemembranceOld World 19th century In hi. This would have been a fairly decent story if the author had1 decided which story he wanted to tell 2 opted to leave out the sections about Joseph Smith 3 not tried so hard to prove his theory and4 had not talked down to his reader as if they didn t know anythingA simple way to improve the book would have been to kept the course he started with this series and remained purely Book of Mormon times historical fiction There was plenty enough story to tell and the addition of the story about the Jewish family which would have made a great book all on its own and the poorly re told and too oft told by novelists Joseph Smith story weakened the overall text

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Day of Remembrance

S home built above the remains of Laban’s treasury Sephardic Jew Reuben Kessler anticipates the marriage of his son Danny on the Day of Remembrance But when tragedy strikes on the blessed day the devastated fathers of the bride and groom must cling to their faith that God will remember His covenant peopleNew World 19th century Commissioned by the angel Moroni Joseph Smith Jr endures harrowing challenges as he prepa. On the plus side I hadn t known much about the Day of Remembrance in Jewish culture so I learned some interesting thingsOn the negative side I didn t like the jumping between so many different storylines I also didn t understand why the author even included the Jerusalem 1820 s storyline at all Just okay

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Res to receive the plates of gold and translate them into the Book of Mormon The fulfillment of ancient promises draws near as Joseph returns each year to the Hill Cumorah on the Day of RemembranceThree families three stories yet in the grand design of the Lord they intertwine as one This fourth volume in the Promised Land saga bridges ancient and modern times to reveal the unfolding of a marvelous work and a wonde. I liked this book better It was much fast pace interesting I felt like he finally weeded out things that were boring or unnecessary and kept what was interesting and informational I was glad to be done with this series but I felt like it ended with a lot of open ends many things left unexplained Then I laughed when I got on the author s website and saw that a 5th book just came out in September It is nice to know there s to the story but I was very ready to be done and moving on So anyway sometime in the future I will read that one I give this book 35 stars I enjoyed it than the others but didn t love it This series has been enjoyable and informational but I probably won t ever read it again


10 thoughts on “Day of Remembrance

  1. says:

    This would have been a fairly decent story if the author had1 decided which story he wanted to tell;2 opted to leave out the

  2. says:

    The 4th volume in the Promised Land series revolves around a holy Jewish day known as the Feast of Trumpets which is also known as

  3. says:

    Volume 4 of the Promised Land Series took a totally different track than the first three volumes While you still follow the

  4. says:

    I really did not like the split story line While the historical aspect was maintained the three different story lines made for an unsatisfactory story The author should have kept to the main story I felt that the story of Nephi getting the plates was rushed and did not offer the usual insights that have been so characteris

  5. says:

    On the plus side I hadn't known much about the Day of Remembrance in Jewish culture so I learned some interesting thingsOn the negative side I didn't like the jumping between so many different storylines I also didn't understand why the author even included the Jerusalem 1820's storyline at all Just okay

  6. says:

    Again Woolley brings the scriptural account of Lehi and his sons to life with his vivid imagination of how things could have happened in fleshing out the details of the Book of Mormon's account of obtaining the plates from Laban I lik

  7. says:

    The series finally starts to pick up with this book Though I highly recommend HB Moore's Out of Jeruselem series Woolley did his homework Too bad this well researched text suffers from an overload of weak character arcs and confusing

  8. says:

    I should not have waited so long to pick up this book after finishing the others in the series It took my overtaxed memory a while to get back

  9. says:

    I liked this book better It was much fast pace interesting I felt like he finally weeded out things that were boring or unnecessary and kept what was interesting and informational I was glad to be done with this series but I

  10. says:

    I have really enjoyed this series of books It is a historical fiction series kind of like the The Work and the Glory Books but based