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As the story progresses we meet Ann's father Adam, who must face painful decisions he made in the past. Ann and Adam, and their community are caught up in the tragic historical events of the rebellion of the Duke of Monmouth's bid to become King of England. The more I came to know the characters, the more I became engaged in their story. Ann and Adam's connection and understanding of each other grows throughout the story. They come to understand themselves, and are able to decide how they will answer the most important questions anyone can ask about how they will express courage, love, and true faith making every page worth reading.
I highly recommend this book to fans of historical fiction.
I gave the book four stars because the mechanics were good and the read was easy and never boring. The research was fine, but history itself had me in the encyclopedia much of the time. What had happened to Henry VIII's Church of England formed a century earlier? Was not this King James responsible for giving us THE HOLY BIBLE, KJV? Why did the ...? Enough questions! I could spend all my time being picky, but I require a basic historical background before I read historical fiction. It is amazing to learn how much I have forgotten through the years. So, dear author, thank you for making me refresh my memory.
This account of the Monmouth Rebellion was told through fictitious characters who delivered the story with heart. Adam was with the rebel army. He was afraid, and more afraid that his fellow soldiers would see that he was afraid. In the end, the thing he feared most became his desire. Death. There were many lessons to be learned from every character in the book. The sexual exploits were a bit graphic, but their graphic nature served a purpose.
Thank you, Mr. Vicary, for a good read.