The Darkest Valley In the Cowichan Valley on beautiful Vancouver Island a pastor s wife with a deep secret is dying of cancer his young aboriginal convert is in danger of being grabbed and initiated into Longhouse spi

  • Title: The Darkest Valley
  • Author: Rick Dewhurst
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 228
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In the Cowichan Valley on beautiful Vancouver Island, a pastor s wife with a deep secret is dying of cancer, his young aboriginal convert is in danger of being grabbed and initiated into Longhouse spirit dancing rituals, and his congregation is throwing him to the wolves In desperation, he attempts to recruit a local newspaper editor to publish the truth about the LonghouIn the Cowichan Valley on beautiful Vancouver Island, a pastor s wife with a deep secret is dying of cancer, his young aboriginal convert is in danger of being grabbed and initiated into Longhouse spirit dancing rituals, and his congregation is throwing him to the wolves In desperation, he attempts to recruit a local newspaper editor to publish the truth about the Longhouse Along the way truth is put to the test, and when his wife s secret is revealed, so is their faith.

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    One Reply to “The Darkest Valley”

    1. This is a profound novel and like all profound books is not always easy to read. I'm reminded of an old cocktail party cartoon I once saw, I believe in the New Yorker. A man races toward his wife, through a chic living room filled with partygoers, a highball in his hand, crying out, "Run, Niles Peterson (or some such name) is coming. He's read a book that changed his life." I'm giving it a four-star rating where star ratings abound, but would have like to have given it four and a half stars if t [...]

    2. There's something very real about this book. I believed there was such a minister in this out-lying town in Canada. I believed he had a wife dying of cancer. I believed they were in a downward spiral they couldn't pull themselves out of. And I believed they believed in God and loved God.

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