The Reapers Song Red River of the North Book 4 Red River

The Reapers Song Red River of the North Book 4 Red River of the North [KINDLE] ❆ The Reapers Song Red River of the North Book 4 Red River of the North By Lauraine Snelling – Ever so slowly Dakota Territory is being transformed from a vast prairie into rich farmland With the coming of the railroad the small town of Blessing begins to prosper and the Bjorklund family is rea Ever so slowly Dakota Territory is being transformed Song Red PDF Í from a vast prairie into rich farmland With the coming of the railroad the small town of Blessing begins to prosper and the Bjorklund family The Reapers PDF \ is reaping the promised harvest that had lured them from their beloved home in NorwayBut for Ingeborg and Haakan realizing their dreams will not come without a struggle After their own fields are harvested Reapers Song Red ePUB ☆ Haakan and the neighboring men take the steam engine and the separator on the road threshing for other homesteaders in return for a portion of their grain With Haakan away and the fields standing Reapers Song Red River of Epub / idle Ingeborg frets over work yet to be done Fearing an early change of seasons she takes matters into her own hands Has the land become important to Ingeborg than her own family.

10 thoughts on “The Reapers Song Red River of the North Book 4 Red River of the North

  1. Sarah Grace Grzy Sarah Grace Grzy says:

    This one is definitely one of my favorites in the Red River of the North series It's got all the classic characters Ingeborge Haaken Agnes Kaaren Lars Penny and Hjelmer the kids and even the Valderses Zeb's storyline is so so good and his redemption story is just utterly beautiful as is Mr Valders I love the rich history and beautiful themes of love family and redemption throughout Recommended for ages 16 for a few mature sceneseferences

  2. Kelly Kelly says:

    So many changes are taking place in a growing town God is still good and helps them through it all

  3. Cheryl Cheryl says:

    While this book can be read as a stand alone it would be better to read the first 3 so you know how the people ended up where they are The Bjorklund family is finally getting the land and houses they wanted when they moved from Norway to the USA Haaken goes on a tressing trip and the crops are ready to be harvested so his wife Ingeborg is worried about frost and not getting the outside work doneShe goes out to the fields herself and has an accident The children and Haaken get the mumps and he is unable to work for a long time The one thing that really stands out is how hard their lives were and how hard they worked

  4. Alicia Lowery Alicia Lowery says:

    Good book So glad I have it on audio Definitely read this series in order So much change in each book I love it

  5. Alice Alice says:

    The Bjorklund family remains the core of the Red River series However by the time we were half way into the book I was becoming bewildered by and characters Some of the family immigrated from Norway Some neighbors moved in from other areas of America Finally a unifying theme emerged from the chaos developing a community In the first book of the series two isolated couples on the prairie faced everything alone At the lowest point the two husbands died leaving the two widows to survive through a lonely winter Now we realize that some problems reuire the combined effort of the community reaping the harvest with the new giant reaping machines; starting a cooperative bank; confronting an abusive neighborI'm still looking forward to following this series

  6. Christy Christy says:

    Another great read in the Red River Series This is probably my favorite historical series thus far The small town of Blessing is growing and with that many new faces There is a lot to keep up with in this series but I feel it's worth it These Lauraine Snelling books are pure family and community and light on the romance; which will always be my favorite They are not fluffy or cheesy or dripping with sweet words Just raw grit and determination to seek out God's will in the Dakota territory Wonderful descriptions of homesteading

  7. Pam Pam says:

    I've enjoyed learning about the hardships and successes of the Norwegian immigrants who settled in the North Dakota Territory The courage and strength of these determined people is amazing and their faith inspiring Lauraine Snelling has developed a cast of characters in this Red River of the North series who are engaging inspiring and memorable I have enjoyed all the books in this series

  8. Kit Snicket Kit Snicket says:

    Wow 6 months later Why did it take me so long to read this book?? I gobbled up the first 3 in the series but they were online I think with this one I was expecting the focus to shift away from Ingeborg but it didn't and even though I love her nothing much seemed to happen with that story line but there was lots else going on with others that didn't get focused on as much Maybe that was it maybe I was just lazy who knowsThis is the end of the thought below when reading type of series where every book if fresh and different or perhaps the trouble is with the book after all how can I tell? I am definitely reading the next two books though I'm so behind in my to read goal but if I finish all these books at the same time I'll be caught up 😂I need to stop writing about them and read them haha But then again what's the point of reading if it's a chore I only want to do it for fun

  9. Lebanon Public Library Lebanon Public Library says:

    The Reapers’ Song by Lauraine Snelling The fourth book in the Red River of the North series has our young woman transplant from Norway finally seeing the fruits of her years of labor in the Dakota territory Raising her children watching other families migrate to their growing town of Blessing and impatient to take on of the harvesting duties she finds much joy love and sorrowReviewed by Dixie

  10. Ginger Ginger says:

    The Red River of the North is my favorite of Lauraine Snelling's series so far Like most of her others that I've read it has a nice balance of regular life happenings and excitement I enjoy the characters and setting in these books They are good stories with no smut no swearing and no bedroom scenes

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