All God's Children

All God's Children➳ [Reading] ➶ All God's Children By Thomas Eidson ➩ – Heartforum.co.uk All the poor blind seamstress needs is a little money and a few honest breaks in order to raise four sons on her own whole holding on to the family farm What she doesn t count on is a petty thief brea All the poor blind seamstress needs is a little money and a few honest breaks in order to raise four sons on her own whole holding on to the family farm What she doesn t count on is a petty All God's Kindle - thief breaking into her house to evade capture Instead of turning him in, she decides to safeguard him from a lynching posse Now with the entire town against her and a crooked gang out to drive her off her land, it s up to this two bit thief, inspired by her sense of justice, to become a protector and fightereven with the odds completely against him In the New York Times bestselling tradition of Zane Gray, Larry McMurtry, and Cormac McCarthy Film rights for All God s Children has been optioned by Steven Spielberg s DreamWorks Thomas Eidson is also author of St Agnes Stand and The Last Ride St Agnes Stand also won the Best First Novel and Best Western Novel from the Western Writers of America St Agnes Stand won the Thumping Good Fiction Award from WH Smith in the UK and was shortlisted for the Sunday Express Book of the Year Award Film rights for St Agnes Stand have been sold to Miramax, and will be directed by Michael Winterbottom We have another novel coming from Thomas Eidson.

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    Import EPUB to the Program Import EPUB bit thief, inspired by her sense of justice, to become a protector and fightereven with the odds completely against him In the New York Times bestselling tradition of Zane Gray, Larry McMurtry, and Cormac McCarthy Film rights for All God s Children has been optioned by Steven Spielberg s DreamWorks Thomas Eidson is also author of St Agnes Stand and The Last Ride St Agnes Stand also won the Best First Novel and Best Western Novel from the Western Writers of America St Agnes Stand won the Thumping Good Fiction Award from WH Smith in the UK and was shortlisted for the Sunday Express Book of the Year Award Film rights for St Agnes Stand have been sold to Miramax, and will be directed by Michael Winterbottom We have another novel coming from Thomas Eidson."/>
  • Paperback
  • 400 pages
  • All God's Children
  • Thomas Eidson
  • English
  • 01 March 2018
  • 0451190815

10 thoughts on “All God's Children

  1. Stacy says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book It was a joy to read I am definitely going to read it again.

  2. John Yelverton says:

    It was a descent novel, but I quite honestly don t think that I d recommend it to anyone.

  3. Christine Beswick says:

    4.5 stars This is a wonderful book Courage, loyalty, love stand against cruelty, prejudice, racism, xenophobia in the late 19th century wild west It actually feels quite relevant today too.

  4. Jim says:

    Nearly forgotten, Eidson is one of the top Western writers, telling stories of a par with Cowboy Bill of the Texas Rangers Texas is Proud Overall, this story was a bit twee, a bit too politically correct with the heroes being a blind woman, a black man and some Japanese, with the villains being various white poor trash Could he have played a better minority suite The story kept me going despite the feeling that contemporary s were being plastered anachronistically all over the Old West, Nearly forgotten, Eidson is one of the top Western writers, telling stories of a par with Cowboy Bill of the Texas Rangers Texas is Proud Overall, this story was a bit twee, a bit too politically correct with the heroes being a blind woman, a black man and some Japanese, with the villains being various white poor trash Could he have played a better minority suite The story kept me going despite the feeling that contemporary s were being plastered anachronistically all over the Old West, and even a weak ending didn t distract too much from the tale, or tales, given the variety of sub plots, romances and characters woven through If only half of the novels I read attempted so many themes, the attractions of fiction might be all the stronger

  5. Emma says:

    I loved this book because the characters rang true I identify with mothers that embarrass their sons and try to do the right thing but question their judgement I see why those with a cynical world view would hate the ending but my experience is that people do make unpredictable choices.

  6. Carol Hislop says:

    Any book by Thomas Eidson is good in my view All of his books are set in the Wild West, but even if you aren t a fan of films like the good, the bad and the ugly , Shane or Gunfight at the OK Corral I think you will enjoy reading Thomas Eidson s works.

  7. Jennifer Morefield says:

    I really liked this book It had lots of meat to it A blind Quaker widow defends her land against those who would look at her as different and weird She becomes evenostracized when she provides a home for a black fighter and a Japanese family It was just a great story w lots of action and lots of lessons for life to think about This was a solid read I thought I read somewhere that this book was made into a movie I would like to see it It would likely be a great story to watch as wel I really liked this book It had lots of meat to it A blind Quaker widow defends her land against those who would look at her as different and weird She becomes evenostracized when she provides a home for a black fighter and a Japanese family It was just a great story w lots of action and lots of lessons for life to think about This was a solid read I thought I read somewhere that this book was made into a movie I would like to see it It would likely be a great story to watch as well

  8. Ricky says:

    After reading the brilliant Hannha s gift this fell short in my opinion The story felt implausible in its characterisation and plot I couldn t connect to the characters even though I wanted too The ending also was predictable and again unlikely The ingredients were all here for a great book, but in my opinion it fell well short from all his other great books.

  9. Diane Wachter says:

    First book I read since my stroke, and it took me a really long time to read it A novel about a quaker widow, trying to raise her 4 boys within the religious tenets, she tries to help a black man and a Japanese family, but the townspeoplewant to run them out of town and every incident escalates the violate that they face 2 stars, okay

  10. Wendy Wyatt says:

    This book is an absolute favourite of mine I read it every couple of years and still cry at the end Prophet is such a great character and struggles to stay on the straight and narrow, but has a heart of gold This book draws you in from page one, and will definitely be one you won t want to put down

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