CBA best-selling author Lauraine Snelling has garnered numerous awards for her novels of faith and inspiration. Set in 1904 North Dakota, this compelling sequel to A Measure of Mercy features a gifted medical school graduate struggling to discern God’s will for her life.
Assuming the Lord wants her to practice medicine in a remote African outpost, Astrid Bjorklund enrolls in a missionary training school. As she prepares for the isolation and privation of a primitive land, she prays her former sweetheart will one day understand. But when a family crisis calls her home to Blessing, Astrid hears of a deadly measles outbreak on a nearby Indian reservation. Feeling inexplicably constrained to help, she wonders if God might be leading her to a “mission field” that’s much closer than she imagined.
As Snelling draws listeners into the web of this enthralling tale, Stina Nielsen’s superb narration highlights the sometimes-conflicting demands of duty, faith, and love.
This was pure Lauraine Snelling. Excellent storyline with interesting characters and very formidable women. What a lovely story of going on the journey of trusting God and being obedient.
I love this book series, from the beginning I’ve followed their stories. She keeps you entranced and emotional involves you. Ms. Snelling knows how to show God’s grace and love through her stories. I listen every time I’m in the car and have sat in my driveway continuing the story because I can’t bare to wait until tomorrow.
I am an avid fan of Lauraine Snelling's Blessing North Dakota stories and No Distance Too Far has not failed to be any less than any of her other books.
Would you listen to No Distance Too Far again? Why?
Yes, I could find some different things that I may have missed.
What about Stina Nielsen’s performance did you like?
Excellent,, probably the best.
This book was somewhat better and not as boring as the first book. Some of the
story line was still annoying. I won't mention what so I won't ruin it for someone who wants
to listen or read for themselves. The narrator is excellent. Again, the best part of the audio.