Hiding the Stranger Trilogy

HS Trilogy Hiding the Stranger The Trilogy is three exciting, full length stories in one book The recent recipient of the esteemed Catholic Writer s Guild Seal of Approval, Hiding the Stranger The Trilogy is an extraordinary combination of plot, dialogue and characters When Katie Rivers discovers an unconscious teenager on the family farm, she and her siblings fiHS Trilogy Hiding the Stranger The Trilogy is three exciting, full length stories in one book The recent recipient of the esteemed Catholic Writer s Guild Seal of Approval, Hiding the Stranger The Trilogy is an extraordinary combination of plot, dialogue and characters When Katie Rivers discovers an unconscious teenager on the family farm, she and her siblings find themselves involved in intrigue and possible danger The kids sneak their new friend out of Hickory Valley and into their cousin s house As the young stranger continues his quest to find his identity and reach home, his memory begins to return Realizing that the criminals have located him, the teenage hero heads north on an Amtrak train The quest that started on a small Illinois farm culminates at the historic Union Station as we see how one boy s fate is changed by another s act of total self sacrifice Joan L Kelly s masterful plot and character development, along with a riveting storyline, proves why her work has been highly recommended for classrooms, home and school libraries.
Hiding the Stranger Trilogy HS Trilogy Hiding the Stranger The Trilogy is three exciting full length stories in one book The recent recipient of the esteemed Catholic Writer s Guild Seal of Approval Hiding the Stranger The Tri

  • Title: Hiding the Stranger Trilogy
  • Author: Joan L. Kelly
  • ISBN: 9780984486489
  • Page: 143
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Hiding the Stranger Trilogy”

    1. The trilogy, Hiding the Stranger, by Joan L. Kelly is a very entertaining action story for teens, weaved with moral and family values.Katie Rivers' discovery of an unconscious and wounded teenager at their family farm will take the Rivers family into a web of crime, kidnapping, and identity crisis. “Sam,” as Katie named the stranger, is suffering from amnesia due to a head injury and needs medical attention. However, his visit to the Emergency Room with the Rivers' kids might have given some [...]

    2. This is one of my favorite Catholic YA fiction books! It has an interesting storyline, exciting but flawed characters, and kidnappers bent on finding the hero. It has the moral lesson of trusting in God in life or death situations (so does Catholic, Reluctantly by Christian M. Frank, but Catholic, Reluctantly focuses on trusting in Jesus, and Hiding the Stranger focuses in on trusting God the Father). There were some grammar mistakes, but that the fault of the editor's and not Joan L. Kelly's, s [...]

    3. I thought it was well put together with a clear easy to follow story line and just like real life the characters were called upon to make difficult decisions,

    4. What a great book for kids to read! I was very impressed with Kelly's ability to write a great plot that my students enjoyed. Highly recommend for ages 9 through 12.

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