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Eagles on the Southwind | Joann Ellen Sisco | Book | Historical Fiction Library

The created beings called angels, as outlined in the King James Version of the Holy Bible, have amazing abilities. Not being bound by time or space, they are well qualified for the missions assigned them. Who would know that the ship, Wonder of the Waves, would experience such a devastating voyage? But that was fairly common in the 1800s. There were still sailing ships plying the water bringing immigrants to the new continent. Two sisters found themselves in the middle of the worst problem imaginable. The family had left their land with the greatest of hopes, only to have them dashed in a month's time. The Boss, however, still had plans for his humans, including a little eight year old girl. Angel 734, was there, and so was Angel 777, with a history of music. Angel 229, with inventive talents was also needed, and it was written that Angels were placed in charge of humans, and . . . well, it's all in the book.
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