Falling to Heaven - Jeanne Peterson

Falling to Heaven

By Jeanne Peterson

  • Release Date: 2010-03-30
  • Genre: Historical
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FALLING TO HEAVEN is the story of two American Quakers who trek into Tibet in 1954. In this work of historical fiction, Emma and Gerald Kittredge leave their secure Quaker community and travel to the Tibetan city of Shigatse where they soon find companionship with their neighbors, Dorje and Rinchen, and their small family. But the arrival of Maoist soldiers into their quiet life shatters everything. Gerald is captured by the soldiers, leaving a pregnant Emma facing an agonizing decision: flee Tibet or stay and risk imprisonment herself. Dorje and Rinchen are her only allies, but their lives are also thrown into turmoil when their son abandons the sanctuary of his monastery to fight in the resistance. Told in three distinct voices rich in their respective spiritual traditions, FALLING TO HEAVEN is ultimately a novel about faith: losing it and rediscovering it in places you'd never expect. FALLING TO HEAVEN conjures a panoramic tale that unfolds the mysteries of an ancient and peaceful way of life.

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  • Good read, worth the price

    By HammaH
    I enjoyed this book a great deal. The story was good, well written and imagined with characters who I came to care about. The antagonists where a bit cardboard and the biggest flaw was that I did not get the intended sense of the passage of time. Otherwise it was a solid read.

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