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Redfield Farm: A Novel of the Underground Railroad Paperback – August 3, 2010
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Top Customer Reviews
I wish this novel would replace "Gone With the Wind" in the U.S. national consciousness as our preeminent story of the Civil War. It would make a great movie, although, of course, the book would still be better (as always!).
Author Judith Redline Coopey weaves a story rich in historical details and filled with interesting characters, some as inspiring as Ann, the strong Quaker woman whose life is devoted to serving others, and her brother Jesse, who is deeply involved in the Underground Railroad; as well as Amos, the stern family patriarch; brother Nathan, who defies his father to fight for the Union during the Civil War; abrasive neighbor Pru, who can never be trusted; and all of the other characters who come and go in Ann's life - lost loves, slave catchers, and more.
By the time I got to the last page, I was so involved in the book that I felt like I knew them all personally, and I didn't want it to end. This is a great book! You won't regret reading it.
There are many characters in the story, but you will not get lost because you will find yourself feeling as a family member.
Redfield Farm has its' share of tragedy but also its' share of the power of love and family that keeps it going. You'll not want to put it down.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A little slow in the beginning but took off with a wonderful way of placing the reader in the kitchen or the barn or on the road of the under ground railroad I'm glad I stuck it... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Frances
Being a newly discovered relative of the Author.. I was so happy while reading Redfield Farm. All of the characters and locations were familiar to me which made the book so much... Read morePublished 17 days ago by K. L. Largent
Ever since I was a child, I have enjoyed reading about the underground railroad. This book is wonderful. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Alton Lschwartzbeck
An enlightening view of the secrecy and dangers surrounding the opposing views of people living on the fringe of the struggle to end slavery in the south and the operation of the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mary Lou Hayes
Wonderful book - the characters were interesting and multi-dimensional, and the story really immersed me a turbulent chapter of our country's history.Published 3 months ago by Andrea Frabotta
This is a wonderful story about a Quaker family involved in the Underground Railroad era. But more so, it is a story of life, family, love and simple acceptance for life and the... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Janet
An intimate peek into the life of a young Quaker woman.Refreshing and smart.Published 4 months ago by Sherrie Hill
Really enjoyed reading Redfield Farm. Well written and thought provoking. Couldn't wait to get back to it whenever I could to see what was happening next.Published 5 months ago by Catherine O'Dea