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1776Author: Book Type: Paperback132
Review Date: 2/28/2015
A riveting account of the events of the Revolutionary war during that year. A great "behind-the-scenes" look.
Review Date: 10/30/2015
The actual story of Bridget Cleary was interesting but the book also went into a lot of background information about that time period and before. Some of this helped in understanding the reasoning of the people involved but a lot of it was unnecessary. I found myself wanting to skip parts and get back to the story of Bridget.
Review Date: 11/10/2016
A forthwright and honest review of his life. He pulled no punches about his addiction problems. An encouraging story about how love and support and faith in God can bring you out of the darkest places.
Review Date: 3/25/2018
Kept me on the edge of my seat. Couldn't put it down.
Review Date: 10/30/2013
Having grown up in Wilson, NY I found this book fascinating. It is a very personal account of thoughts and feelings during the battles. It might seem dry if you are not interested in that time period, but for anyone interested in Civil War history it is something that should be read.
Review Date: 11/25/2016
A heart wrenching account of one of the worst events in world history. Eva did not hold anything back about the suffering people went through. A great history lesson.
Review Date: 5/19/2016
I thought I had it figured out - I was wrong. Nice twist to the ending.
Review Date: 3/10/2017
Excellent insight into her life
Review Date: 7/16/2012
This as a great book to read. The author was able to relate he actual life events of Laura to how she presented them in her books. It was hard for me to put down.
Review Date: 5/21/2015
Excellent book in the style Of Ms. Alcott herself. although the book is fictionalized it adds to what is already known about her life. The reader made the book come alive.
Love, LucyAuthor: Book Type: Mass Market Paperback20
Review Date: 8/29/2015
Very honest and open picture of her life. Lucy shared her happiness and her pain through her words. She showed us why we love Lucy.
Review Date: 2/25/2014
Dr. Maier has created an intriguing mystery using Biblical facts to enhance what is taking place in the novel. Having read "A Skeleton in God' Closet" previously helped me to understand the references he makes to the "earlier Case" but it is not necessary to have read the previous book. This book was one of those "I can't put it down until I'm finished" stories.
Review Date: 3/4/2014
Adds information to the blank pages in the Wilder story. Could have been written by Laura herself.
Review Date: 10/1/2012
Since this book is a diary that was kept dudring travel it was dry at times. Not everything during travel is exciting and Laura was just keeping a record of her experiences for herself and her family. It does give a good picture of what traveling in the late nineteenth century would have been like.
Review Date: 5/19/2017
Fascinating. Sometimes a little hard to follow. The twists and turns were riveting.
Review Date: 5/21/2017
A very heartwarming story.
Review Date: 6/6/2018
A truly heartfelt account of the life of a remarkable person.
Review Date: 6/19/2018
Gripping, and sad, story. Told in a way that made me want to keep listening.
Review Date: 8/18/2012
This book was written in the same captivating way as the Laura Ingalls Wilder books. Ms. Lane's descriptive ability is able to take the reader back to the simpler time in American history.
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