France was in the midst of war. The country had not known peace for close to a hundred years. It was during the year 1412, in the small village of Domr my that a special little girl, Joan, was born. From babyhood she experienced the terror of being forced to flee from marauding English soldiers. As she grew into a young girl, Joan never dreamed that she would play a major role in bringing about peace in her land. She led French soldiers into battle and made the coronation of the Dauphin as King of France possible. This is a tale of action and faith as Joan accomplishes her amazing feats, not out of any desire for personal glory, but in service to God. Her experiences are vividly recounted by Vargie Johnson. This fifth fact-based biographical novel in the "What Made Them Famous?" series will capture the interest of all readers.