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  • ISBN 0849904765
  • ISBN13 978-0849904769
  • Language English
  • Author Robin Hardy
  • Publisher W Pub Group (May 1, 1985)
  • Formats lit lrf doc docx
  • Category Bibles
  • Subcategory Literature and Fiction
  • Size ePub 1910 kb
  • Size Fb2 1588 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 172

Deirdre, the heir to the throne in the kingdom of Lystra, is lured away from her husband, kidnapped by renegades, and sent into slavery in the palace of Sheva, the cruel monarch of Goerge, where she awaits the opportunity to free herself and regain her position in Lystra

Book Two of the Annals of Lystra.

Book Two of the Annals of Lystra. Stone of Help: Book Two of the Annals of Lystra. Christian fantasy/series. ISBN-10: 1-934776-34-3. ISBN-13: 978-1-934776-34-6. Portions of this book may be reproduced according to the fair use doctrine as stated in § 107 of the .

Robin Hardy is the author of the Streiker Saga, the Sammy Series, Padre, and The Latter Annals of Lystra (Nicole of Prie Mer and Ares of Westford). Melton's classic devotional, Sifted But Saved. The Chataine's guardian, Roman, sees his dreams fulfilled beyond his wildest hopes when the armies invading Lystra are felled by disease and Roman's Commander, Galapos, assumes rulership of the country. Moreover, Roman is reunited with his bride, Chataine Deirdre, who is pregnant with their first child.

The story of Lystra picks up 100 years later in Nicole of Prie Mer: Book One of the Latter Annals of Lystra.

Robin Hardy The Annals of Lystra begin with Chataine's Guardian, continue in Stone of Help, and conclude in Liberation of Lystra.

Secure on the throne of Lystra, Roman, the Chataine’s former guardian, heeds a warning that a nearby ruler is amassing power to strike. Roman decides to answer the threat himself. The Annals of Lystra begin with Chataine's Guardian, continue in Stone of Help, and conclude in Liberation of Lystra. The Latter Annals of Lystra resume the saga 100 years later with Nicole of Prie Mer. Robin Hardy is the author of The Latter Annals of Lystra, the Streiker Saga, the Sammy Series, Padre, His Strange Ways, Unknown Name, Unknown Number, and The Idecis.

Published by Thriftbooks. As with all Hardy books, the first book is recommended for you to read first. This will make a great bridge from "The Chataine's Guardian" to "The Liberation of Lystra. com User, 14 years ago. As usual, Robin Hardy presents the reader with incredible odds. As you read, you'll find yourself on a tummultuous journey, in vivid peaks and valleys.

by. Hardy, Robin, 1955-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by station01. cebu on December 3, 2018.

Robin Moore Hardy is the author of more than twenty published books and several unpublished manuscripts. The Annals of Lystra: Stone of Help (Word, 1985) Currently in print by Westford Press, 2005 The Annals of Lystra: High Lord of Lystra (Word, 1985). The title was changed to Liberation of Lystra.

This was the book that introduced me to Robin Hardy during college in the 80s, and I have read it at least ten times since then. I've also purchased every work of fiction she's written. Just an amazing story, that will make you want to read the whole series.

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SupperDom
I have read this book several times (at least 10) and the story is timeless. It's so captivating it pulls you in and before you know it, hours have gone by. Robin Hardy is an incredible author who can weave a story better than anyone.

Deidre and Roman are married now but something terrible happens and they are separated with no hope of seeing each other again until something miraculous happens. Deidre is forced to "grow up" and no longer be the spoiled princess after facing incredible hardship. This situation tests both of their faith, but in the end, they find each other again.

Epic story! Read the whole series!
Togor
This book was an amazing book. Love Robin Hardy! She is a great Christian author. I would recommend her books to anyone who likes Christian novels.
MegaStar
Bought this book for required reading. No issues.
Vudomuro
I loved how the story picks up right where it left off from Chataines Guardian. I also liked the suspense and mystery.
Goktilar
Stone Of Help opens with the rejoicing in the aftermath of Lystra's deliverance from invading forces. Deirdre, imprisoned by a treacherous uncle, has been reunited with her soldier husband, Roman, and her father, Galapos-now ruler of Lystra. Deirdre, Galapos, and the entire Lystran army have sworn allegiance to Roman's God, who saved them from the enemy, and Deirdre is joyfully awaiting the birth of her first chilld.
But there are problems in war-ravaged Lystra. Renegade soldiers and slave traders prey on the citizenry, and there is no money in the treasury to pay for protection. Although Galapos's new laws have given them unprecedented rights, the villagers constantly bicker and complain. And the unrest in the kingdom is matched by a disquiet in Deirdre's heart-a spirit of ingratitude that soons turns to pride and peevishness toward her loving but preoccupied husband and father.
Then the real trouble starts. Lured away from Roman through her own wilfullness, Deirdre is forced to give birth in a hillside cave, then kidnapped by renegades. Soon she finds herself bound in a rough cart, jolting over rutted roads toward slavery in the palace of Sheva, the proud and cruel monarch of George.
Why doesn't God intervene? He will, in a way so heartrending and astonishing Deirdre could never convieve of it. But first she has some growing up to do-with the help of a filthy baby, a hungry field hand, and a feeble old slave named Josef. What she learns, and what happens to her family while she is learning it, form the heart of this grippin tale
Buge
As usual, Robin Hardy presents the reader with incredible odds. As you read, you'll find yourself on a tummultuous journey, in vivid peaks and valleys. You'll wonder what's going to happen, and why. You'll come up with a conclusion in your mind, only to be sideswiped with what really happens. With heartfelt, "kodak moments" and painful times of asking"WHY? WHY? WHY?", the reader will be immersed in a whirlwind of emotion. As with all Hardy books, the first book is recommended for you to read first. This will make a great bridge from "The Chataine's Guardian" to "The Liberation of Lystra."
Bukus
The story of Lystra continues in this exciting story of love and redemption and sacrifice when Dierdre is sold into slavery, and despite his frantic efforts, her husband Roman cannot seem to help her. But, as always, help comes . . .

And I think the cover illustration is particularly lovely. :D
What is it that makes a Christian a Christian? Is it only the profession of Faith in Christ? In this book we see the amazing changes God can make in one when we choose to lay down our lives to Him. I've read and Re-read Robin's books and this has become my favorite because it's amazing tos ee not only how God protects us in trials but how He molds us through them and uses them for amazing good!

This book is amazing.