By Gail Anderson-Dargatz
In a global the place every thing will depend on the harvest, activity Sunstrum is a past due bloomer.
In the rough-and-tumble farming neighborhood of Godsfinger, Alberta, he lives a solitary lifestyles, elevating livestock and farming the land, like his father and grandfather earlier than him. but the encompassing pasture don't previous a lot charm for him. as a substitute he prefers his humble farmhouse kitchen, the place cooking and baking, or even washing dishes, supply him deep satisfaction.
If he take pleasure in making almond squares for the church doesn't model him as extraordinary, his delicate blond curls and cherubic face are unmistakable foils for his beefy neighborhood friends. but whatever else units him aside, a phenomenon referred to as synaesthesia - a rare skill to determine and suppose sound in remarkable colors or shapes. Nowhere is the impact extra marvelous than whilst the Godsfinger Baptist Choir sings.
But Job's non secular religion is quickly placed to a try whilst his proselytizing brother Jacob, with his bossy spouse and arsonist son, strikes again into the relations farmhouse. With them they convey the Pentecostal fervor of a vacationing evangelist through the identify of Jack Divine. At Jacob's urging, the impressionable task enlists as one among Divine's non secular foot squaddies, yet his overall immersion in Christian lifestyles leads him to ask yourself what his likelihood is for romance of a extra earthly nature. yet the place may well he locate this sort of love? on the Ponoka public sale? On "Loveline," a call-in radio express? on the Out-to-lunch Café?
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