The Midwife's Revolt
Publish date: January 1st 2013
Publisher: Opossum Press
Pages no: 446
Edition language: English
This book did a really good job of drawing me in. It uses actually figures from the history of America. In my far from expert opinion, the author does a good job of making the settings realistic. I felt an emotional connection with the story. I was interested in what would happen in situations and f...
Title: The Midwife’s Revolt Author: Jodi Daynard Pages: 440 Year: 2012 Publisher: Opossum Press Wow! When I began reading the novel, I knew it would be an entrancing story told from first person point of view. The midwife is a young woman who is lovingly referred to by her neighbors as Lizzie....
Read my full review: http://bit.ly/ZHW06JMy opinion: I selected this book from Netgalley because of the subject matter. I have always been fascinated by women who fought in the Revolutionary War, so this book would have fit right into my reading love. I think, given the subject of this book, I expec...
Lizzie Boyleston lives in Braintree, MA during the 1770s - a neighbor of the Adams family (John and Abigail). As the colonies rise against the British Government, and the revolution begins, Lizzie loses her husband. She struggles to survive and find her own place in history.This book is historical ...
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