Gabriel’s Daughters by Janet Kay Jensen

January 21, 2015 | 1 Comment

Gabriel’s Daughters by Janet Kay JensenGabriel's Daughters
Author: Janet Kay Jensen
Genres: Women's Fiction
Format: eBook, Print
Pages: 328
Date: January 20, 2015
Publisher: Jolly FIsh Press

This book may not be suitable for all readers.

Wrestling with issues of polygamy, homosexuality, and modernity, Gabriel’s Daughters examines them through the lives of the large, loving, and polygamous Martin family.

The story is told primarily through the eyes of Zina Martin, a young girl who—upon discovering she is impregnated by her “sterile” teacher and will soon be married off to a man three times her age—escapes the enclosed polygamous town of Gabriel’s Landing, Utah.

Zina then embarks on a journey of self-discovery, yet she can never fully escape the longing she has for her family and even the controversial and outdated lifestyle she once lived. Through both tears and triumph, Gabriel’s Daughters reveals a moving story that not only acts as insightful social commentary but also prompts readers to re-evaluate their lives.

Note: This book deals with difficult subjects in a respectful way. Content perhaps a PG-13 rating.


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