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Poetry - ISBN: 722331614

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Excellent

“A thought provoking read”

published 08/09/2000

Inspiring, thought provoking, fresh and focused

Mainly for the religious minded

Streams in Dry Land is a short book of religious verse by the author Margaret Rutter. Her deep Catholic Faith prompted her to write this thought provoking book. Whether you believe in God or not and regardless of your denomination you will find the verses contained in this book to be most...

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Excellent

“Religious Verse”

published 29/09/2000

Well priced, thought provoking,

More for the religious minded

As the Author of the book Streams in Dry Land I am naturally going to be in favour of it. As a convert to the Catholic Faith many years ago I began to realise and see the beauty of God, I saw there was a more in depth side to religion and I wanted to share my experiences with people; so I wrote...

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“Good book worth reading”

published 23/04/2004

Makes you think and reflect on your own experinces

Very religious

This collection of catholic poems was quite hard to get into. Each piece was unique but had a very religious genre running through. Once I had read the first few pages I began to get into it and found it had to stop thining about. It was very thought provoking and as I read it I would find myself...

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