Dawn of the Morning


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(4.4 stars; 70 reviews)

Fresh from school, mistreated and neglected by her father and stepmother, sixteen-year-old Dawn consents to marry a friend of her father's whom she has only met, but the wedding does not go as planned. Scared and confused, she runs away after the ceremony. Many adventures follow lovely and resourceful Dawn on her journey to becoming an independent woman. - Summary by karlkzumich (9 hr 8 min)

Chapters

Chapter I 26:43 Read by Barbara Hale
Chapter II 24:14 Read by Barbara Hale
Chapter III 12:29 Read by Barbara Hale
Chapter IV 15:35 Read by Barbara Hale
Chapter V 13:19 Read by Deanna Strauss
Chapter VI 25:51 Read by fiddlesticks
Chapter VII 17:50 Read by Rosamunde Kingsley
Chapter VIII 18:59 Read by Rosamunde Kingsley
Chapter IX 18:20 Read by Barbara Hale
Chapter X 13:44 Read by PattyT
Chapter XI 9:53 Read by PattyT
Chapter XII 21:52 Read by PattyT
Chapter XIII 19:13 Read by LikeManyWaters
Chapter XIV 14:25 Read by LikeManyWaters
Chapter XV 19:55 Read by LikeManyWaters
Chapter XVI 14:53 Read by Barbara Hale
Chapter XVII 27:18 Read by Rosamunde Kingsley
Chapter XVIII 23:20 Read by Barbara Hale
Chapter XIX 21:18 Read by Conshab
Chapter XX 38:07 Read by Melissa Green
Chapter XXI 22:41 Read by Melissa Green
Chapter XXII 17:25 Read by Annike Lindhout
Chapter XXIII 12:47 Read by LikeManyWaters
Chapter XXIV 15:56 Read by LikeManyWaters
Chapter XXV 23:29 Read by DanielHCrump
Chapter XXVI 40:28 Read by NTReads
Chapter XXVII 4:36 Read by PattyT
Chapter XXVIII 13:38 Read by PattyT

Reviews

(3 stars)

Story was interesting with twist and turns. it had plenty of villans. Most of the narrators were descent.

love this book it's a good idea ❤️

(5 stars)

it's a lovely book it's sooooooo exciteing it has a lot of experiencing it's one of my favorites she was in a big deal

fun

(5 stars)

good listening, couldn't stop in the middle of the night, story kept me in suspense

the book was good

(3 stars)

the book was really interesting but the audiobook made it seem a bit dull b'coz none of them have a single reader version so that's a tad bit dull about the book. the plot is good and can be listened to as a one time thing.

Excellent!

(5 stars)

Rensselaer (Ren-sel-ear) is a historical name in NY. Very entertaining story in the style of the author. I enjoyed listened to readers with whom I was previously unacquainted. Thank you!

A Contrast of Treachery and Faithfulness

(5 stars)

A worthy read from Grace Livingston Hill. A story of trust, faithfulness, and treachery.