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The character Ann is a powerful woman who views life's struggles and joys as a Quaker with a sense of purpose.Published 10 days ago by Dean L.Sutton
Was a great book, amazes me how hard the worked back then, especially Ann. And how the family helped the slaves escape, and the risks they took. Definitely recommend this book!Published 15 days ago by Susan Tokanel
A hart warming story of a Quaker family around the time of the Civil War. The details of the Underground Railroad kept me up all night.Published 1 month ago by JaimYank
Though not always historically accurate, I loved the story!Published 1 month ago by rosalyn l. upshaw
It is a very interesting adventure the Quakers went through in saving so many slaves. They were very progressive for their time. This was a book I couldn't put down.Published 1 month ago by Jim
3 & 1/2 stars to 4. Narrator wasn't the best. Story was good, a little slow at times. A one time read.Published 2 months ago by DKM
Clear and easy to read and enjoy. I learned more about the underground railroad than I expected. I recommend this bookPublished 2 months ago by LaurieBSmith