About No Journey Too Far
In 1909, Grace McAlister set sail for Canada as one of the thousands of British Home Children taken from their families and their homeland. Though she is fortunate enough to be adopted by wealthy parents, the secrets of her past are kept hidden for ten years until someone from her long-buried childhood arrives on her doorstep. With this new connection to her birth family, will she be brave enough to leave her sheltered life in Toronto and uncover the truth?
After enduring hardship as an indentured British Home Child, Garth McAlister left Canada to serve in World War I. His sweetheart, Emma Lafferty, promised to wait for his return, but after three long years apart, her letters suddenly stopped. When Garth arrives home from the war to unexpected news, he is determined to return to Canada once more on a daunting mission to find the two women he refuses to abandon—his long-lost sister and his mysteriously missing sweetheart.
“No distance is too great for love, a truth beautifully laced into No Journey Too Far. Bringing to life the little-known story of British Home Children, Turansky creates a tale of love, loss, and reunion for the continuing saga of the McAlister family as they search for one another after years of separation. Readers will not want to miss this gem—heartwarming and full of grace.”—J’nell Ciesielski, author of Beauty Among Ruins
“Carrie has penned another stirring tale of the heart, spanning two continents and the all-too-real lives of those caught up in the challenges of the British Home Children. The issues of prejudice, privilege, and powerlessness speak as much to us today as in the past, and encourage us to seek the Maker of all, whose love shows that there is no journey too far for finding His children and bringing them home.”—Carolyn Miller, Australian author of Dusk’s Darkest Shores
“Cruelly separated and spread across Canada as British Home Children, the McAlister family have never given up their determination to be reunited. No Journey Too Far reminds me of the extent our Lord goes to seek us out, win our hearts, and draw us safely home. A beautiful and satisfying conclusion by a wonderful author.”—Cathy Gohlke, Christy Award–winning author of Night Bird Calling and The Medallion
“In No Journey Too Far, Turansky continues the stirring McAlister family saga and the journey to reunite their family. The author skillfully depicts the terrible prejudice the British Home Children faced, yet the story is one of hope, illustrating that in the end faith and determination can overcome any obstacle. A wonderful conclusion to this moving family drama!”—Susan Anne Mason, author of the Canadian Crossings and Redemption’s Light series
“No Journey Too Far is a formidable story that is genuinely touching, telling of a desperate fight to reunite a family and the extreme difficulties encountered along the way. This book touches upon the shame, abuse, and stigmatization felt by many Home Children, mixed with a loving family bond on both sides of the ocean. Heartfelt, real, and poignant.”—Lori Oschefski, CEO of the award-winning British Home Children Advocacy and Research Association (BHCARA) and author of Bleating of the Lambs: Canada’s British Home Children
“A sweet and gentle tale at heart, No Journey Too Far features endearing characters who live out their faith in difficult circumstances. Carrie Turansky’s writing pulls the heartstrings in all the right ways!”—Sarah Sundin, bestselling and Carol Award–winning author of When Twilight Breaks
“A delightful story that explores the fascinating history of the British Home Children, No Journey Too Far is a touching tale filled with excitement, drama, mystery, romance, and faith. A beautiful novel that historical fans are sure to appreciate.”—Heidi Chiavaroli, Carol Award–winning author of Freedom’s Ring and The Orchard House
About Carrie TuranskyCarrie Turansky is an award-winning author of more than twenty novels and novellas. She has won the ACFW Carol Award, the Holt Medallion, and the International Digital Award. She loved traveling to England to research her latest Edwardian novels, including No Ocean Too Wide, Across the Blue, and the Edwardian Brides series. Her novels have received starred reviews from Library Journal. They have also been translated into several languages and enjoyed by readers around the world.
368 pages | Published by Multnomah
On Sale Date: Jun 8, 2021
Trim Size: 5-1/2 x 8-1/4
Carton Quantity: 24