The Silence of God

Gale Sears

The Silence of God


At the turn of the century, St. Petersburg offered the best of Imperial Russia. Few realized that the glitz and glamor of the Silver Age would soon dissolve into mass rebellion and revolution.

For the wealthy Lindlof family, the only Latter-day Saints living in St. Petersburg at the time, life would never be the same—changed forever by a godless ideology that would persist for more than a century.

The ravages of the Bolshevik Revolution are seen through the eyes of nineteen-year-old Agnes Lindlof and her lifelong friend, Natasha, in a powerful, extraordinary novel of devotion and loyalty. Based on a true story!


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