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Jeanie and Frank, shamed by family scandal move to the unforgiving Dakota plains in 1888. With them , they bring their children, Katherine, who as an adult begins and ends the narrative of the novel James, and Tommy.
With another child on the way, Jeannie, struggles to adapt to the hardships of pioneer living, while wearing a mask of hope for the children she so fiercely loves.
As loss, hardships, and betrayal mounts, Jeanie is forced to make decisions that create great rifts of pain between herself and Katherine.
When her mother falls ill, Katherine is forced to face her childhood, and through her memories and letters her mother has kept for years, she begins to understand her mother's actions.
A novel of love, family, friendships, betrayal, and hardship, The Last Letter is an intricately woven story of human strengths, frailties, and the need for forgiveness.
Beautifully written, this novel is an emotional, but exquisite gem!
Kathleen Stoop is an amazing writer, she really knows how to keep you interested, without a doubt. I am really looking forward to reading all about the Arthur family, to see where their lives take them and to see how their Grandparents lived back in the way 1800's.
I loved this book and would highly recommend your reading it.
The heartbreaks and tragedies she endures threaten the bonds with her children who only begin to learn the truth of the struggles as they care for a dying Jeanie years later and uncover a cache of letters Jeanie had kept from their tears as pioneers. A must read!.
The Last Letter by Kathleen Shoop, though fiction, is based in part on the history of the author’s own family. Told from two perspectives; the present (1922) from Katherine’s point of view, and the events of 1905 from her mother’s viewpoint, it gives a frightening, and fresh new perspective on frontier life and its impact on the families that had to endure incredible hardships and conflict.
The first book in a series, it chronicles our past in a refreshing—though disturbing—new way. An enlightening read that I highly recommend.