Best Read [Benedict Freedman Nancy Freedman] Ñ The Search for Joyful || [Romance Book] PDF ☆

By Benedict Freedman Nancy Freedman | Comments: ( 219 ) | Date: ( Jun 03, 2020 )

The Story of Mrs Mike ContinuesLiving in the isolation of Canada s North country, Katherine Flannigan has felt blessed to enjoy the friendship of Oh Be Joyful, a Cree woman who helps care for her children So when her friend dies in an influenza epidemic, Katherine and her husband open their homes and their hearts to Joyful s orphaned child, Kathy Forquet GrowingThe Story of Mrs Mike ContinuesLiving in the isolation of Canada s North country, Katherine Flannigan has felt blessed to enjoy the friendship of Oh Be Joyful, a Cree woman who helps care for her children So when her friend dies in an influenza epidemic, Katherine and her husband open their homes and their hearts to Joyful s orphaned child, Kathy Forquet Growing up in an extended family, Kathy enjoys the Flannigan s love and suffers the pain of her classmates prejudice With the threat of World War II on the horizon, she wants to do her part and travels to Montreal to train as a nurse There, Kathy s life takes a dramatic turn when she meets two men a Native American who teaches her about lost heritage and a wounded Austrian soldier who touches her mind and heart Which of them will win her love Sequel to best selling Mrs Mike.

  • Title: The Search for Joyful
  • Author: Benedict Freedman Nancy Freedman
  • ISBN: 9780739424698
  • Page: 452
  • Format: Hardcover

About Author:

Benedict Freedman Nancy Freedman

Benedict Freedman, the son and grandson of writers, was born in New York City in 1919 While in high school he studied accelerated courses for gifted boys and graduated with a medal for mathematics At fourteen he entered Columbia University as a premed student, but had to drop out at sixteen because of his father s sudden death For a time Benedict continued private study of higher mathematics Freedman s chief interest was in games and recreational mathematics, but he also assisted in writing a textbook and worked on actuarial problems as clerk to a consulting actuary.

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Comments The Search for Joyful

  • Rachel

    Growing up I fell in love with "Mrs. Mike". When I found out there was more to the series of course I was thrilled and couldn't wait to get my hands on the next books."The Search For Joyful" in my opinion is not as good as Mrs. Mike. I gave it 3 stars because I did find it enjoyable but nowhere is it the calliber of "Mrs. Mike". I wonder if there were just too many years between the writing of "Mrs. Mike" and these other books in the series. Now that I've read "The Search For Joyful" I almost wi [...]

  • Mandolin

    Although this book claims to be a continuation of the Freedmans' Mrs. Mike, it is something different altogether. The Search for Joyful tells the story of Kathy Forquet, Oh Be Joyful's daughter and Mrs. Mike's adopted daughter, as she heads out of the Canadian wilderness to "sin city" Montreal, in search of her true identity. Torn between the white man's world in which she was raised and her Indian heritage, Kathy struggles to find a place for herself as a nurse training for war service. Though [...]

  • Teri-K

    I've been a fan of Mrs. Mike since I discovered it as a young girl, but this is the first chance I've had to read the book about Mrs. Mike's adopted daughter, Kathy, whose Cree name is "Daughter of Oh-Be-Joyful". I don't know how accurate this book is, but it's described as non-fiction and reads like it, so I'm assuming it's factual till I learn otherwise.This is a very good historical coming-of-age story. Kathy is a First Nation Canadian native adopted and raised by white parents with two white [...]

  • Aubrey

    Okay, my seemingly high rating comes with mixed feelings.A) I LOVED Mrs. Mike but made it clear to myself from the very beginning of this book that I couldn't compare the two. I knew that if I did compare then this book wouldn't even come close. Turns out I was right. However, since I didn't compare (riiiiight) the book really was quite enjoyable. I read big chunks at a time, wanting to know what was going to happen next. So that's always a good sign.B) However, I think Benedict and Nancy Freedm [...]

  • Jenn

    For those of you who have had the joy of reading Mrs. Mike, you will find this second part very different. This is still a tale of survival but not in the wilderness. I found I cried and smiled much less than the first book. But this one still works. It's the tale of Kathy aka Oh Be Joyful's Daughter. She is grown up now and heading off to Montreal to become a nurse in World War II. It is her survival as an Indian woman in a world of mostly white people. It's funny though: you do tend to forget [...]

  • Debbie

    My friends kept telling me it wasn't as good as Mrs. Mike. I thought it was, just different. I especially like the parts about nursing. I thought it good.

  • Debi

    This book was very very different then Mrs. Mike, hardly a sequel. I did enjoy it but I was dissapointed with some of the decisions.

  • Brenda

    I gave this book four stars only because I didn't think it was quite as good as the first book, Mrs. Mike. The writing was wonderful, and it was a great story. I just didn't like the setting and time frame in history as well, nor the basic story. Still, Kathy was an interesting character placed in an interesting war and dedicated to an interesting occupation (trying for no spoilers here), and even more interesting love life. Interesting, meaning very complicated, as far as her love life goes. It [...]

  • Wendy

    I finished it. There were several times I was tempted to put it down. There were small, redeeming moments, but mostly I was not at all invested. I didn't really care about any of the characters, and was disappointed in a lot of them in the end. The plot didn't seem to flow, and the authors simply told a story - the depth was missing. This is certainly not up to the caliber of Mrs. Mike, which I thoroughly enjoyed. This book is a poor sequel, but even standing on it's own was barely worth my time [...]

  • Julie

    The book "Mrs. Mike" has always been one of my favorite books that I read for the first time when I was in high school in the 60's. I have read it several times since. This book isn't exactly a sequel, because then it would be about Mike Flanagan, Royal Canadian Mounted Policeman, and his wife Kathy. This book is about their adopted Indian baby, also named Kathy. She goes to Montreal at the beginning of WWII to train as a nurse and follows her life and two loves, a Cree Indian and a prisoner of [...]

  • Melanie

    I was prepared to dislike this book based on other reviews. However, this book captured my attention right from the very start. The story is completely different from "Mrs. Mike" as is the main character. But the underlying themes are the same - learning who you are and embracing life's struggles to live life at its fullest. I really loved the idea of finding joy and that joy is more than just being happy.

  • Cay

    I read this because it was a sequel to a favorite childhood book, Mrs. Mike. Although it shares some themes with Mrs. Mike–First Nations characters and a Canadian landscape–that's where the similarity ends. This book is centered around World War II and didn't have the same attraction for me as the stories of the Canadian wilderness found in Mrs. Mike. It's still a good, wholesome story; I just didn't like it as well. 2-1/2 stars.

  • Lisa

    I really enjoyed the historical descriptionsloses a star for not being based on Kathy's real adopted daughter's lifed no appendix to talk about the historical context. Which parts were imagined and which based on actual war accounts? What is the likelihood that a "first nation person" would have been accepted as a nurse during the war?

  • Lori Younker

    I don't know why, but it took me decades to find this book. Mrs. Mike is book #1 and I read it 4 if not 5 times. This is the story of her daughter and her journey through life. Well written, not captivating enough to read multiple times, but no regrets reading it and connecting to a favorite author and genre.

  • Sharon A.

    Loved this sequel to Mrs. Mike, if perhaps not quite as much as the original. It tells the story of Kathy, the daughter of O Be Joyful and adopted daughter of Mrs. Mike and Sgt. Mike, wrapped around World War II.

  • Lewestover

    A follow-up to "Mrs. Mike", this book follows the life of Mrs. Mike's adopted daughter Kathy Forquet.Searching to know where she fits in this world, Kathy becomes a nurse during WW II. Although the book is interesting, I did not like it as much as I did "Mrs. Mike."

  • Ruth

    A rich and satisfying sequel to "Mrs. Mike". I highly recommend both!

  • Emily Hartung

    I found this book rather depressing and lacking some character development. It reads more like a chain of events than a story involving a person with depth.

  • Shantel

    definitely not as good as Mrs. Mike, but interesting. Mrs. Mike is basically completely clean, with no sex, but this one does reference marital relations several times, however if I remember correctly she was married in all the instances, except for the scene in the very first chapter where a boy pressures her to see her bare chest. If these things bug you, stick with the original book, Mrs. Mike. That one is a great one.

  • Elsie

    I really liked Mrs. Mike. This story continued with her adopted daughter, Oh Be Joyful's Daughter, or Kathy in English. The book took place during WWII and started in Canada. I didn't know anything about Canada's history in WWII so this was new and interesting. Kathy had an opportunity to go to nursing school due to the war and then she would have to serve in the army. As a nurse I wished there was a little more detail about nursing school in the book, but it was still interesting to me. Kathy's [...]

  • Tammy

    I liked it enough to search out the 3rd book in the trilogy! This second book was about Mrs. Mike's adopted daughter, Kathyd book 3 looks like it's about HER daughter, the 3rd Kathy!

  • Elizabeth

    This seemed much different than Mrs. Mike, the first book in the series. I suppose that was the author's goal. I did not enjoy it as much, but it was still a good read.

  • Karen

    "Joyful is past happy. Happy is more a quiet content. Joy on the other hand is actively seeking moments when you're high on life, and if those moments aren't there, to make them, to cause them." P. 22 "You cannot be a good person if you do not take pride in your work." pg. 103 "Joy is a feeling that wraps you and lifts you like frosty breath in the air." pg. 156 This book was the 'sequel' to Mrs. Mike, an old favorite of mine, but it had nothing to do with that book except some characters were t [...]

  • Debra

    This is to be a continuation of the Mrs. Mike story. The main character is Kathy/ Oh-be-Joyful's daughter in the setting just before World War 2. Always feeling like an outsider because she is a native american in a white man's world, she never quite fits in. But the memory of nursing her father as he died calls her to apply for admittance to nursing school in Montreal, practically half a continent away.I enjoyed the novel up to the time that she leaves for the war in Europe. At that point it be [...]

  • Mike

    Personally, I find this book to be very bland. Kathy Forquet is by no means a dynamic character like Kathy Flannigan. There was some potential by describing Montreal in wartime, but it feels rather dry. Kathy Forquet seems unable to really make up her mind, and somehow ends up in a soap opera, if the book was a little more like its predecessor, the ending could have been pulled off, but it comes across as very soap opera-ish here. There seems to be a lot of missed opportunities too, Kathy faces [...]

  • Abby

    Extremely disappointed in this book. I loved the Mrs. Mike book, and this one had a good story potential but was terribly executed! Way too many random historical facts or stories that completely drew away from the novel instead of adding to it. The characters were poorly developed and 8 felt like the main character, Kathy/Oh-be-joyfuls-daughter, had no personality. I didn't connect with her at all. After reading the book word for word half way through I ended up skipping many pages of history o [...]

  • Jennifer

    This book was good, but I enjoyed Mrs. Mike more. I like that the authors told a totally different story this time with a new main character, instead of trying to pick up where the book left off. It's hard not to compare the two stories, though, and I was just more in love with Mrs. Mike's story. The Search for Joyful had some weird characters (I guess realistically, since in real life some people are just weird) and dialogue that was cryptic or just didn't ring true for me. That said, I found t [...]

  • AnnaMay

    I put this one down after the first chapter or so, realizing that it just didn't match Mrs. Mike's old-age romanticism. After getting bogged down in another book, I picked this one back up on a whim and read it through almost in one sitting. I guess it just took some patience to wade through the 'reminders' and rehash from the first book (you know, how they go over everything again, but without the good writing to support it.)This book had some very unexpected twists in it. Their writing suits m [...]

  • Josi

    This book is a follow-up to Mrs. Mike, but I believe it would stand on it's own as well. It follows the story of an Indian girl adopted by a white couple during the early 1900's and how she finds her place in the worlds of which she's a part. I may have liked this story better than Mrs. Mike, it was wonderful in a different way. Where as Mrs. Mike lived in horrible conditions that presented heart wrenching conflict, Oh Be Joyful's daughter was in search of finding her own peace with the influenc [...]

  • Janyse

    After so thoroughly enjoying Mrs. Mike, I had hopes that this would be a stellar continuation. It wasn't bad, but it didn't quite measure up. The story continues with the life of little Kathy, Oh-Be-Joyful's daughter. Although Cree, being raised by a white family leaves Kathy without a world to call her own. During the great need of WWII she becomes a nurse where her race is overlooked only to have suspicion return once the war is over. I did find that I really enjoy books where the characters n [...]

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