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Saturday, October 1, 2016

This Road We Traveled by Jane Kirkpatrick Book Review




About

"An unforgettable story of hardship, survival, and the bonds of family, based on true events. Tabby's indomitable spirit proves that women, as well as men, helped to tame the West."--Suzanne Woods Fisher, bestselling author of Anna's Crossing


Tabitha Brown refuses to be left behind in Missouri when her son makes the decision to strike out for Oregon--even if she has to hire her own wagon to join the party. After all, family ties are stronger than fear.

Along with her reluctant daughter and her ever-hopeful granddaughter, the intrepid Tabitha has her misgivings. The trials they face along the way will severely test her faith, courage, and ability to hope. With her family's survival on the line, she must make the ultimate sacrifice, plunging deeper into the wilderness to seek aid. What she couldn't know was how this frightening journey would impact how she understood her own life--and the greater part she had to play in history.

With her signature attention to detail and epic style, New York Times bestselling author Jane Kirkpatrick invites you to travel the deadly and enticing Oregon Trail. Based on actual events, This Road We Traveled inspires the pioneer in all of us.


Jane Kirkpatrick is the New York Times and CBA bestselling author of nearly thirty books, including A Light in the Wilderness, The Memory Weaver, and A Sweetness to the Soul, which won the prestigious Wrangler Award from the Western Heritage Center. She is also the winner of the WILLA Literary Award and Carol Award for Historical Fiction. Jane lives in Central Oregon with her husband, Jerry. Learn more at www.jkbooks.com.

Endorsements

"Dramatic and suspenseful, This Road We Traveled is an unforgettable story of hardship, survival, and the bonds of family, based on true events. Tabby's indomitable spirit proves that women, as well as men, helped to tame the West."
Suzanne Woods Fisher, bestselling author of Anna's Crossing

The Author

  1. Jane Kirkpatrick

    Jane Kirkpatrick

    Jane Kirkpatrick is the New York Times and CBA bestselling author of more than twenty-five books, including A Sweetness to the Soul, which won the coveted Wrangler Award from the Western Heritage Center. Her works have been...
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Reviews

Praise for The Memory Weaver
"Storyteller Jane Kirkpatrick puts flesh and blood on the bones of history. In The Memory Weaver, she breathes life into the little-known tale of Eliza Spalding, daughter of the famed missionaries, who survives unspeakable horrors to become a woman of love and faith and strength. Set against an authentic nineteenth-century background, this is a superb story of a woman's struggle to triumph over time and place. The Memory Weaver is a memorable book."--Sandra Dallas, New York Times bestselling author


Praise for A Light in the Wilderness
"Kirkpatrick gives marvelous insight into the struggle of the freed slave, the adventurous lure of the Oregon Trail with the numerous potentials it promised, and the tremendous amount of faith it took to endure."--CBA Retailers + Resources

"Kirkpatrick exercises her considerable gift for making history come alive."--Publishers Weekly

"This heart-stirring new historical novel has romance, mystery, and adventure. Characters are sweet, charming, strong, witty, and looking for their places in the world. One character is loosely based on the true story of the first African American woman to cross the Oregon Trail to live in freedom. Kirkpatrick has done her research and gives detailed descriptions without overwhelming the reader and the story."--RT Book Reviews


My review;

"This Road We Traveled" by author Jane Kirkpatrick is about a family and how they stand together. Tabitha Brown is older now but has decided that she is going to go to Oregon with her son. Many are surprised but her mind is made up. This is the story of the journey and all of the trials that they had to go through with others. Tabitha  is finally  at the point where she has to make a decision that is going to impact the rest of her life and all of the lives around her. Her decision will affect many other lives and will be a part of the country's history. I have always loved to read stories about strong women in history and this was one that I really enjoyed. I give this book  a 5/5. I was given this book by Revell Publishing Company and all opinions are mine.

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