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Sing: A Novel of Colorado (Book Two of The Homeward Trilogy) Paperback – April 1, 2010
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I found the book interesting, and I love it that each of these books has a good ending, but I had a difficult time liking Moria to begin with. She was always my least favorite of the St. Clairs. However, I am glad I read this one, and I look forward to the final book in the series.
I loved the characters and that all three siblings played roles in the story, even though it was technically Moira's story. The beginning was a little annoying (when it switched between characters quickly), because I wasn't yet invested in the story and that made it take a little longer for me to get captured by the story.
The ending leaves me anxious to finish the trilogy, as I cannot wait to see what happens with Nic! There are some more mature elements in this story (characters engage in premarital sex, although not actually occurring in the story, you know that's what was happening). It was all done tactfully and it didn't bother me at all, but I still wanted to mention it for parents to know.
All in all, a great read and I recommend it if you enjoy historicals! I don't think you have to read book one first, but it would give you a better appreciation for what the characters (especially Odessa) went through.
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