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Author: Morris Smith
ISBN: 0865549702
Pages: 163 pages
Publisher: Mercer University Press; First Edition edition (October 1, 2005)
Language: English
Category: Ministry & Evangelism
Size ePUB: 1939 kb
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e-Book Zambian Text: Stories from Ngambe Mission epub download

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International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 0865549702. Personal Name: Smith, Morris, 1928-. System Control Number: (OCoLC)ocm61822983. System Control Number: (NNC)5468670. Mercer University Press, (c)2005. Physical Description: 163 p. ;, 23 cm.

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Text-to-Speech: Enabled. Instead, Morris tells, rather than emotes, which means the novel comes across more like a user manual than a story

Text-to-Speech: Enabled. Which is a shame, because Morris eventually delivers an interesting story, but it is dry as dust in the first 90% of the novel. Toward the end things get interesting, and the situation somewhat allows Martin to express his emotional voice, but it's too little, too late. Instead, Morris tells, rather than emotes, which means the novel comes across more like a user manual than a story. So, an interesting tale if you like a lot of gritty detail about spaceflight and can accommodate a lack of dialogue and viewpoints. If not, be warned, it's interesting but not engaging.

The mission is to deliver important documents to the human authorities before kidnapping the sister and grandmother of Vox’s mate, Riley. A delightful, complete short story by . Smith based on her USAT Bestselling Series, Cosmos' Gateway. Find out just what happens when Tilly sets her sights on Angus Bell.

During its long history, Ngambe Hospital Mission on the Zambezi River has hosted missionaries of all kinds--dedicated French nuns in long habits, hard-working English doctors, efficient German nurses. A few were not so diligent. In the 1920s, a Swiss physician spent one day at the mission, declared the heat unbearable, and left. Yet ten years later, an Italian doctor, a woman, arrived and stayed eighteen years, mostly subsisting on fish from the river and corn-bread mush called nshima, the same diet as the villagers, members of the Lozi tribe. Skip to the mid-nineties, the time of these stories. The Ngambe villagers are now Zambians, and still of the Lozi tribe. The missionaries--mostly British or American--tend to come and go, rather than staying until their tombstones are erected in the mission cemetery as did their predecessors. Despite these changes, they, like their earlier counterparts, have come with an earnest desire to do good works. And they, probably like the French nuns and German nurses, find that getting along with each other is often harder than giving vaccinations or leading a prayer. Besides doing their jobs, the missionaries have a chance to pick up some Lozi words, to learn the traditions, and ride in a dugout on the Zambezi, the river Dr. Livingstone once navigated. They might visit a game park, home to thousands of elephants and other wild things. They might travel to Lusaka, Zambia's capital, see how the government works, but even if a missionary fails to absorb the culture, another possibility exists--in this remote setting he may learn something new and startling about himself.