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  • Marianne Monson
  • 16 February 2017

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10 thoughts on “The Water is Wide

  1. says:

    I finished this book last night and i loved it all This is a must read if you haven t Also I need to get the other 2 books It s about a mother and her daughter traveling to Zion It strengthens my testimony about the Pioneers during the time that Joseph Smith was murdered and many saints had to travel many miles to get to Zion and when they traveled place to place to settle down, but then the City would be invaded and destroyed by mobst...

  2. says:

    This isn t the typical LDS pioneer book The book is told from Mima s point of view Mima s mother has joined the Church, but Mima doesn t believe at all Her mother decides to go to Zion, and Mima reluctantly goes with her It s the story of their travels from England to Nauvoo to St Louis At the end of the book, they are starting on their journey to Salt Lake This book is based on the story of the author s great great great grandmother It is the first in a trilogy I would like to read the This isn t the typical LDS pioneer book The book is told from Mima s point of view Mima s mother has joined the Church, but Mima doesn t believe at all Her mother decides to go to Zion, and Mima reluctantly goes with her It s the story of their travels from England to Nauvoo to St Louis At the end of the book, they are start...

  3. says:

    Took me months to read this short book Based on real accounts, see the acknowlegments at the end of book Just couldn t get into the story Mima travels defiantly, and at time abnoxiouly, with her mother to Zion, after mother joins ...

  4. says:

    Related jewelry giveaway until 12 27 10 at and full review at starsThe Mima Journals Book One is an incredible historical fiction piece based on the author s great great great Grandmother, Jemima Mima It begins in Wooden Box, Leicestershire England in January 1845 as Mima s mother has decided to accept the Mormon faith and be...

  5. says:

    The Water is Wide is Book 1 of a three part series that tells the tale of Mima Hough, a British girl whose mother joins the Mormon faith Even though Mima does not believe in this religion, her mother does and is anxious to follow these people and find Zion To this end, Mima and her mother leave England for Nauvoo They are only there for a short time, however, before Brigham Young orders the people west Mima refuses to go and she and her mother instead build a life for themselves in St Louis The Water is Wide is Book 1 of a three part series that tells the tale of Mima Hough, a British girl whose mother joins the Mormon faith Even though Mima does not believe in this religion, her mother does and is anxious to follow these people and find Zion To this end, Mima and her mother leave England for Nauvoo They are only there for a short time, however, before Brigham Young orders the people west Mima refuses to go and she and her mother instead build a life for themselves in St Louis It s a wonderful story of self discovery and love.I thought this novel was incredibly well written and, even though it is the first of three, it leaves off in a place where if, say,...

  6. says:

    Mima finds herself pulled into the Mormon culture when her mother joins the Mormon Church The sewing jobs that supported the two of them are dropping off because the people think the Mormon s are fanatics and they want nothing to do with anyone associated with the Church Mima and her mother have to leave England to join the saints in America That doesn t go so well as th...

  7. says:

    What a wonderful book, I can t wait to read the next in the series Mima age 14, loves to sing and will do almost anything to advance her studies in music When her Mother joins the Mormon Church, Mima is shunned by members of her Lutheran Church even though she did not join her Mother s new Church Finally they are forced to leave Mima decides she will live with her step brother and his family even though her Mother is going to makke the long voyage to America and go to Zion Mima makes a dec What a wonderful book, I can t wait to read the next in the series Mima age 14, loves to sing and will do almost anything to advance her studies in music When her Mother joins the Mormon Church, Mima is shunned by members of her Lutheran Church even though she did not join her Mother s new Church Finally they are forced to leave Mima decides she will live with her step brother and his family even though her Mother is goi...

  8. says:

    4.5 stars Well written though maybe a touch purple once or twice , and with a lotdepth than typical pioneer novels The MC is a complex character not always loveable with conflicted feelings about Mormons and about religion There s a love story, but this isn t heavy on the romance The ending is satisfying without being sappy The historical setting is pretty well developed My only real complaint was that the story didn t have a strong arc interesting things happen, but some thing 4.5 stars Well written though maybe a touch purple once or twice , and with a lotdepth than typical pioneer novels The MC is a complex character not always loveable with conflicted feelings about Mormons and about religion There s a love s...

  9. says:

    This book started out a little slow, and if I hadn t been given it as a gift, it probably wouldn t have caught my attention so much that I would try and read it But once the story got going I really enjoyed it I enjoy historical fiction, and historical LDS fiction can be a delight as well This did not disappoint I really liked the main character and that she started out prideful but slowly changed course I love it...

  10. says:

    This book is about an English girl Jemima who s mother decides to join the Mormon church It tells of her crossing the ocean with her mother though Mima isn t part of her religion I found this book at my grandparent s house and it looked interesting so I decided to read it My favorite part of the book was when Mima was being tutored in singing This book ends with a sequel in mind I would definitely like to read the second in this series, and continue Mima s journey I would recommend this This book is about an English girl Jemima who s mother decides to join the Mormon church It tells of her crossing the ocean with her mother though Mima isn t part of her religion I found this book at my grandparent s house and it looked interesting so I decided to read it My favorite part of the book was when Mima was being tutored in singing This book ends with a sequel in mind I would definitely like to read the second in this series, and continue Mima s journey I would recommend this ...

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