Book Reviews of The Birthright (Song of Acadia, 3)

The Birthright (Song of Acadia, 3)
The Birthright - Song of Acadia, 3
Author: Janette Oke, T. Davis Bunn
ISBN-13: 9780764222306
ISBN-10: 0764222309
Publication Date: 1/1/2001
Pages: 288
Rating:
  • Currently 4.4/5 Stars.
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4.4 stars, based on 22 ratings
Publisher: Bethany House Publishers
Book Type: Hardcover
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Excellent continuation of Acadia series by two strong, talented, and smart authors! A famtastic series of life for two families and 2 daughters separated by hate and brought together by faith.
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Oke and Bunn continue their story of the babies who were raised in the "wrong" families, now grown young ladies with lives of their own. Anne feels happy and contented as a doctor's wife and is looking forward to the birth of their first child when tragedy strikes. Nicole, traveling to England to claim her birthright, is torn between her sense of duty and following her heart. Oke and Bunn weave another fine tale of God's love and plan for these two lives as the Song of Acadia series continues.
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I enjoy reading historical fiction and this series has been no exception. The story spans many years starting 20 years before the birth of the USA. It covers locations in Nova Scotia, England, Louisiana and Boston. The events are sometimes tragic, but also shows how faith can get you through the most difficult circumstances. The characters are well developed. I've read the first four in the series and started on the last. None have disappointed me.
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Reviewer: Beverly "bevreader" (Mississippi) -
Oke and Bunn continue their story of the babies who were raised in the "wrong" families, now grown young ladies with lives of their own. Anne feels happy and contented as a doctor's wife and is looking forward to the birth of their first child when tragedy strikes. Nicole, traveling to England to claim her birthright, is torn between her sense of duty and following her heart. Oke and Bunn weave another fine tale of God's love and plan for these two lives as the Song of Acadia series continues.