One Against the Wilderness Historical FictionStory of a young woman from the east who joins her aunt and uncle in the trek west with the pioneers She finds joy in the church and finds romantic interest too

  • Title: One Against the Wilderness
  • Author: Tom Roulstone
  • ISBN: 9781555172671
  • Page: 156
  • Format: None
  • Historical FictionStory of a young woman from the east who joins her aunt and uncle in the trek west with the pioneers She finds joy in the church and finds romantic interest too.

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    About "Tom Roulstone"

    1. Tom Roulstone

      Tom Roulstone was born in Donegal, Ireland and lived for a time in Glasgow, Scotland With his parents and two brothers he immigrated to Canada, landing at Halifax on his thirteenth birthday He joined The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints in Toronto, Ontario when he was eighteen and served a mission in western Canada He has a BA in history from Brigham Young University and MA in history from Utah State University After teaching college history for almost a quarter of a century, Tom took early retirement to pursue a writing career He and his late wife Betsy have six children In 2005 Tom married Serenity Borrowman They currently live in Qualicum Beach on Vancouver Island, British Columbia Tom s most recent novel, Reluctant Soldier, Reluctant Saint, is set during the Utah War and the building of Camp Floyd He also has seven short Westerns on s Kindle website as well as his Passage of Promise series, published by Covenant communications.

    449 thoughts on “One Against the Wilderness”

    1. What a great story of a woman who lost it all, mother, father, and home at the age of 16. She then sets out on a journey to meet up with her Mormon aunt and uncle from Boston to the West coast where she believes her assumed death father will be. She has many adventures along the way that bring her attitude about life and others to maturity. She comes from a proper and proud background with no religious loyalties, but comes through to the Salt Lake valley with a testimony of the gospels truthfuln [...]


    2. What a coincidence to be reading this story as we celebrate the pioneers reaching the Salt Lake Valley this month. The historical accounts gave the story dimension and a more realistic feel--some really great characters!



    3. This book is actually really good! I learned a lot and had my testimony re-strengthened about the pioneers. It was a book that I would read every chance I got.




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