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Stitch of Courage: A Woman's Fight of Freedom (Trail of Thread Series Book 3) Kindle Edition
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I'll cheat here and admit to having read the entire series. This s the best of the three which is why I gave it 3 stars, with progressive books little more than "history" recitations. Letters supposedly written about every current events of the period were unbelievable in that the "writer" would not have been privy to so much detailed historical information within days of actual events.
I also kinda thought this being the third book perhaps the author would have added letters coming back to the author of all of the letters. I also don't think someone writing these letters would have gone into so much detail to all the battles described-unless she was copying from the newspaper she was reading.
I am glad I read it though to complete the series.
From a woman's standpoint of life in unsettled Kansas
The books should also be read by young adults to
gain knowledge and understanding of how America
was settled and the hardships endured. Life today is
easy by comparison.
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for any history buff.