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Alone Yet Not Alone

Alone Yet Not Alone

Alone Yet Not Alone It is 1755, and the English settlements are being assaulted by the barbarities of war.

Restricting European forces have conflicted over the prolific Ohio valley, and whole families are crushed by the resulting savagery.

Alone Yet Not Alone Unfriendly local clans are striking the defenseless boondocks ranches, and two youthful sisters are among those abducted. While seeking after salvage and come back to their home, they are helped with the expressions of a family song: Alone Yet Not Alone. Be that as it may, when the sisters are all of a sudden and barbarously isolated, their delicate confidence is brought to an extending point. Coercively drenched into a crude outside culture, the more seasoned sister, Barbara, sticks to her convictions. But at this point a more profound destiny compromises, and she settles on a troublesome choice: to hazard her life trying to get away. Sought after by a determined and shrewd warrior, Barbara and her three individual prisoners must traverse 200 miles of crude wild in their push to arrive at an inviting area. Will their mental fortitude and trust in God be sufficient to oversee them? What’s more, on the off chance that they do succeed, will they discover their family? Will Barbara ever observe her sister again? Alone Yet Not Alone portrays the arresting genuine story of a family at a basic point in our country’s history.