Sarah's Kine Justice: A Story of Modern Hawaii eBook


Sarah's Kine Justice: A Story of Modern Hawaii [PDF / Epub] ☉ Sarah's Kine Justice: A Story of Modern Hawaii Author Hermann Schachtschneider – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Prologue In , a diplomat of the United States and US Marines helped overthrow the government of the Hawaiian Kingdom Five years later, an act of Congress unilaterally annexed the islands At the time, Prologue In , a Justice: A Kindle ´ diplomat of the United States andUS Marines helped overthrow the government of the Hawaiian Kingdom Five years later, an act of Congress unilaterally annexed the islands At the time, President Grover Cleveland admitted mistakes were made, and tried to restore the Hawaiian Monarchy to Queen Lili uokalani Sadly, he was unsuccessfulA hundred years later, President Bill Clinton formally apologized for the actions of the United States Yet today, Hawaiian pleas for justice are still unresolvedNow, two genetic engineers have found a way Sarah's Kine MOBI :Ê to force the United States to give back the islands, and they ve given notice that all non Hawaiians must get out or dieSarah Kiley is one of a few thousand pure blooded Hawaiians who stand to inherit Hawaii under the scientists plan While investigating the murder of a friend, she finds herself a key player on the inter agency task force that s trying to stop them Given the opportunity to change the history of her people and return their stolen sovereignty, she must decide which Kine Justice: A ePUB ´ side will winTold from a Christian worldview This story is told from a Christian worldview The main protagonists are not morally perfect, but they are practicing Christians They pray, and they find strength in their relationships with their Creator and Savior The author has taken care to not include expletives, blasphemous language or the sorts of story events and elements that he finds morally offensive in many popular thrillers and mysteries The result is a first class thriller that you can recommend unequivocally to any Christian book loverExcerpt available on.


10 thoughts on “Sarah's Kine Justice: A Story of Modern Hawaii

  1. Cate Cate says:

    The opening chapter of this book set the scene for what promised to be a very interesting and fast paced book, and in certain areas it didn t fail to deliver.The main protagonist is smart intelligent woman, and the Author wrote her in such a way that the reader is given insight into her personality throughout the novel, and not in one big clump at the beginning She has doubts, uncertainties and a challenge to her integrity and moral code that come together to make a very believable and three di The opening chapter of this book set the scene for what promised to be a very interesting and fast paced book, and in certain areas it didn t fail to deliver.The main protagonist is smart intelligent woman, and the Author wrote her in such a way that the reader is given insight into her personality throughout the novel, and not in one big clump at the beginning She has doubts, uncertainties and a challenge to her integrity and moral code that come together to make a very believable and three dimensional character Unfortunately, there are times when all I wanted to do was shake her, but this only added to the appeal of a character that most readers will be able to relate to, if not fully like.The Author has, apparently, done a great deal of research into the history and I say apparently as I know next to nothing about the history of these islands so have to assume that what is written is fairly accurate With a skilful hand and turn of phrase the Author is able to weave this background history into the plot, and this really added to the enjoyment of the novel for me One big negative for me was, even though I knew it was written from a Christian viewpoint, it did have moments in the writing where I felt as if the Author were trying to convert me I have no problem with reading Christian literature, but what does turn me off is being preached to, and it was this impression that resulted in the book receiving the number of thumbs it did.I read this on my Kindle and found there was a problem with the formatting I don t know if this has been rectified, or will be in later editions, but the habit of every single sentence being its own paragraph was a little irritating and made me feel at times that I was reading a large print book With a little tweaking in this area this book would be outstanding as it stands it is a good fun read but nothing to be taken too seriously.I would recommend this book to anyone with an interest in Hawaii or looking for an enjoyable way to pass a few hours.Originally reviewed on This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License


  2. Patti Patti says:

    Once I started this book, I wasn t able to stop reading it I love Hawaii and found the history very interesting, and assume itsfairly accurate We have been to the islands many times and it brought memories to mind Parts of the first few chapters were confusing but once I got the story line it flowed much better All in all I enjoyed reading this and would recommend it to others I received this book as a gift and did not get paid for this review.


  3. Mary Crow Mary Crow says:

    Sarah s Kine Justice is an excellent book Not only is the story intriguing, but it weaves in some excellent perspectives on the history of Hawai i from the view of a Native Hawaiian We read this for book club, and I could hardly put it down If you like Hawai i, you will probably love this mildly Christian book


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