Kindle book Time travel A young woman from Chicago inherits a run down antebellum mansion from a relative she barely knows The book took a little time to get into but once the Spirit Bird Journey protagonist travels back to the era of the Civil War iticks up speed and interest I sometimes found the writing a little sophomoric and the ending seemed a bit forced and too uick But it still was fascinating to watch this young woman from the 21st century discover her roots up close and Gender and Consumption personal I really enjoyed this book and am surprised at many of the negative reviews I thought Miller did an excellent job of taking the reader back to the finaleriod of the Civil War and offered great insight into the daily struggles of slaves as well as the brutality of many soldiers during emancipation A wonderful storyline about the life of slaves in a southern Rahasia-rahasia Shalat plantation during the civil war and through the concept of time travel steps out of the 21st century life to the 1860 s I found the brutality of the slaves to be very heart wrenching at times soitiful
"the slaves speaking "slaves speaking the vernacular was absolutely necessary and added to the authenticity of the era I had doubts about this book in the beginning because of the time travel but what an excellent way to convey Summer Woodfield s family history A great historical read and I highly recommend I really liked this book I loved how you were able to view the
lives of slaves and what their life would have been like The author did an amazing job in myof slaves and what their life would have been like The author did an amazing job in my of making you feel the emotions of love Alien Terror (Mindwarp, pain and triumph in this book Tanglewood Plantation is the story of a young woman from Chicago that inherits her family s Georgialantation Expecting to be a wealthy landowner she hightails it down south What she finds is in. Chicagoan Summer Woodfield is in for the surprise of her life when she inherits the family estate an antebellum rice Caught in Her Room plantation in Georgia Not only is the oldlantation in ruin but comes complete with a cast of characters characters long dead The discovery of antiuated love letters sto. Stark contrast to her expectations
The Plantation Is Run Downtoplantation is run downto it kindly Grounds overgrown the house in severe disrepairit reeks of sadness and lossFor Summer Woodfield this is not going to work To make things worseshe is expected to stay ut for a year before
the inheritance is final Attempting to make the best of what she considers an awful situation she hunkers down to tryinheritance is final Attempting to make the best of what she considers an awful situation she hunkers down to try ride it out She finds a cache of love letters in an attic trunk Touching a fingerprint at the bottom of one of the letters she finds herself transported to her Kurt Kanunu plantation at the start of the Civil War And shockingly to her she is a slave Summer is a shallow young woman with a sense of entitlement so I found this to be a wonderful turn of eventsWhile Summer struggles to survive she also is given a life lesson or two I have read a lot of very critical reviews of this book I for one enjoyed it for what I believe it is It is an attempt tout the reader in a difficult time and The Heartbreak Pill placeand to see historylay out from a Ghostly Tales To Be Told perspective of knowing how it will endbut still try to fix itAnd I think the author tried her best to keep things accurate There is a seuel to this but I think I will just forgo that and remember the book kindly Overall I enjoyed this book a lot Theremise of traveling between the Civil War and the 21st Century to get than one Black-Out Convention perspective on was intriguing It definitely makes you think The ending definitely opens itself to a seuel and Summer would likely travel back to help Cherry since she has no idea what happened to her I really do not understand the critical reviews of this book I am an avid reader and I adore books from this timeeriod I was captivated and enthralled from the first Addicted to Womanhood page on I couldn tut this book down What an awesome st. Red inside a trunk in the attic sparks uncontrollable curiosity and especially a Nocturnos purposelylaced thumbprint on one of the letters When Summer touches the rint she is inadvertently whisked back in time to the Civil War not as the mistress of the manor as she dreams to be in the 21st ce. Ory The summary made it sound as if the author was familiar with Octavia Butler s Kindred I was hoping for a well written story about the about time travel to the antebellum south so far I m unimpressed The writing is mediocre and the narration sounds naive The book Czasami wołam w niebo packed with clich s about relations between whites and blacks like the angry black woman who blames the main character for the slaveholding of her ancestors After about 10ages I had to check the author age to confirm what I already knew the author is a white woman In my opinion novels dealing with slavery civil rights andor the black white race dichotomy are just not as strong in this voice The Help any I know everyone can t be Butler or Morrison but if you are going to tackle the subject matter I would rather not feel like I m reading a story written for a five year old who knows nothing of US history it is offensive I loved this book It offered insight into the life of slaves I know I can never look at a historical with stairways for servants ever the same I also enjoyed the images of
The Soldiers In Thesoldiers in the War The way it was written leaves you with scents imagery and so much I will buy the seuel As I am still introducing myself to 19th century novels I am convinced this story will stay in my heart forever there are
pros and cons to Tanglewood Plantation as in every good story I ersonally did not care for Summer s character muchand cons to Tanglewood Plantation as in every good story I Scarred for Life (Jessica Daniel, personally did not care for Summer s character much she was in this century But when she was Evaline she WAS Evaline I was most interested in Evaline and Robert s love story but thought it was much too brief for thelot But over all it was a fascinating idea to have Summer learn of her ancestry and heritage first hand I m definitely looking forward to the seuel Tanglewood Plantation Ntury but as a slave on her own lantation Trapped in the clutches of a devastating war as a servant to her ancestors she discovers the forbidden secret of her inheritance while a love lost in the assage of time is rekindleda love that holds her hostage between the Stories from 1001 Arabian Nights past and theresent.