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Stormi's Review: The Freedom of the Soul (The Penbrook Diaries Book 2) by Tracey Bateman


Kindle Unlimited Publisher: Barbour Publishing Released: December 1st 2006 Genre: Christian, Historical Fiction Length: 401 pages Format: eBook, Paperback, Hardcover Add to Goodreads Buy Links

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Synopsis

The chronicle of a young woman's struggle to save her home, a young man's determination to protect his family, and the yellowed pages of a diary that links their lives, will keep readers spellbound from the first page to the last. All alone in the world, Shea Penbrook finds her ancestor, Jason Penbrook's diary and unearths a legacy in Georgia. Jonas Riley is sent to Georgia to cover the trial of a KKK member. Their worlds collide in the midst of murder, deceit and mystery. Can love bloom, or will past histories and present betrayals destroy any chance of future happiness? Five Boundless Stars

This is the second installment of The Penbrook Diaries. The first I did a review for already. Both I loved. This book follows Shea Penbrook. After the death of her grandfather she stumbles upon a box of diaries that lead her on a path to finding out about her past and possibly setting herself up for a better future. In this book we see some of the same characters from The Color Of The Soul, the first book of The Penbrook Diaries. This book was just a good as the first. It has so much history and paints such a picture of the past. Once again slavery is brought into the light. This is definitely a great set of books for anyone loving to read historical fiction. So good I couldn't put them down and finished both in days time. Yes, they are that good!


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