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Fury: 1825-1826 by William R. Bright
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This was an edge of your seat, can't put it down kind of book. I really felt for Daniel, but I was also waiting for the revival which didn't start until 2/3 of the way through the book. It was still dangerous until almost the end, but ended happily for everyone except the "bad guys." ( )
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Ever since his parents drowned while crossing the Atlantic after a revival, Daniel Cooper has felt as if the world is out to get him. For the past year he's had to live with his Uncle Asa and Aunt Camilla -- and all their rules. One night, deciding he's had enough, Daniel sneaks out his bedroom window and flees to the alley behind his employer's casket shop. What he sees there shocks him to the core. Pursued by two men, Daniel embarks on an agonizing journey...through deceit and betrayal. A journey that will test his physical stamina and challenge his understanding of God and friendship. A journey that may well change his life...if it doesn't kill him first.… (more)

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