A rich and beautiful story, set in a quiet cathedral city during the eighteenth-century.
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- Author GOUDGE, ELIZABETH
- Pub Date 24/08/2017
- Binding Paperback
- Pages 336
A rich and beautiful story, set in a quiet cathedral city.
When cathedral dean Adam Ayscough encounters clockmaker Isaac Peabody, their unlikely friendship touches the lives of the entire community.
Behind the dean's fearsome reputation lies a humble man crippled by shyness. Desperate to leave behind a lasting legacy of goodness, his only wishes are to serve God and his parishioners, and to be loved by his young and dissatisfied wife.
Haunted by the memories of a miserable childhood, gifted clockmaker Isaac Peabody has spent a lifetime perfecting his craft and rejecting all belief in God.
Despite their fundamental differences, both men find a common understanding, and discover that faith can come in many different guises.
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