In this final book of the Blessings in India trilogy, Divena struggles against an entire culture to proclaim a faith close to her heart while rocking the world of two families. India 1990. In the final book of the Blessings of India series, Shridula, old and stooped at fifty-nine, makes her painful way to pay homage to the elephant god Ganesh, lord of success and destroyer of evils and obstacles. “Why are we Hindus instead of Christians?” her seventeen-year-old granddaughter Divena asked. “Because we are Indian,” said Shridula. So begins a spiritual journey for Divena as she struggles against an entire culture to proclaim a faith close to her heart while rocking the world of two families.About the Author:
Kay Marshall Strom is the author of forty published books. Her writing credits also include numerous magazine articles, short stories, curriculum, stories for children, two prize-winning screenplays, and booklets for writers.
Kay speaks at seminars, retreats, and special events throughout the country. She and her husband Dan Kline love to travel, and more and more Kay’s writing and speaking take her around the word.
Her latest book is the Christian historical fiction, The Love of Divena.
To find out more about Kay, or for contact information, check her website.
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This story is about a young girl who is dropped off at her grandmother's one day by her worthless father. The grandmother did have a small garden and it was the garden that go them thru by mixing the veggies with rice. Her friend would give her a mango every once in awhile to help keep her and her grandmother healthy.
In 1990, India Divena and her grandmother were considered the poorest class of people, mostly working as slaves to the landowners. Many were beaten to death because they were too sick to work. Divena was determined to do something better and she kept asking her grandmother if the God that you read to me about, can he not help us?
One of the wealthy land owners, Ajay Varghese also had 3 sons. Greed filled 2 of the boys and they wanted everything that life had to offer. But, it sometimes does not work out that way.
This is a good moral story that fits just about any age and I would recommend that it is worth it to check out.
The author and the PR group for this blogger have agreed to let me hold a giveaway for this book. You will love reading this book! Open to the U.S. only.