In These Is My Words, Sarah Agnes Prine told the spellbinding story of an extraordinary pioneer woman and her struggle to make a home in the Arizona Territories. Now, in this mesmerizing sequel, a three-year drought has made Sarah desperate for water. And just when it seems that life couldn't get... show more
In These Is My Words, Sarah Agnes Prine told the spellbinding story of an extraordinary pioneer woman and her struggle to make a home in the Arizona Territories. Now, in this mesmerizing sequel, a three-year drought has made Sarah desperate for water. And just when it seems that life couldn't get worse, she learns that her brother and his family are trapped in the Great San Francisco Earthquake. A heartwarming blend of stubbornness and compassion, Sarah Agnes Prine will once again capture the hearts of readers everywhere.
Publish date: August 22nd 2006
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Pages no: 402
Edition language: English
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, Adult Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Womens Fiction
Series: Sarah Agnes Prine (#2)
I really enjoyed Sarah’s Quilt, although I still do not agree with the title even if it is meant to be symbolic. I suppose this is a step-up from the last book’s title, These Is My Words, a title which almost made me never pick it up. But I’m glad I did, These Is My Words was one of the best books I...
Not as good as These is My Words. For me, there were just too many people that weren't likeable. Willie reminded me of my cousin Louis, only a bit smarter and with more of a conscience. Maldonado was a prick that I hated from page one.Also, Sarah just could not catch a break; disaster just kept hitt...
A little slower than "These Is My Words," and I'm a little frustrated by the feeling that the author has changed Sarah's voice. I really enjoyed the diary-like format of the previous book, and find myself missing it here. I don't feel like Sarah's coming through as strongly, and her personality seem...
I really love Sarah's story. I just get sucked in and can't put the book down until I've reached the end. It is amazing to me how strong and resilient the human spirit can be. If only we were all as strong and good as Sarah.