All Things New

All Things New

Book - 2012
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Josephine Wetherly and her mother Eugenia are struggling to get their lives together on their Virginia plantation after the Civil War, and must rely on Lizzie, one of the few remaining servants, to teach them what they need to know.
Publisher: Minneapolis : Bethany House, c2012.
ISBN: 9780764208973
9780764210556
0764210556
Characteristics: 413 p. ; 22 cm.

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hildesanders
Jul 29, 2014

I really enjoyed this book! Beautifully written!

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Lsmedlin
Aug 09, 2013

This is my first Lynn Austin book. I enjoyed it and will be reading more of her books. It was a nail biter and historically interesting. The power of prayer was a wonderful theme throughout.

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sasessions
Jun 13, 2013

There is good insight in this book, not just related to the post-Civil War reconstruction era in the South, but for all of our lives.

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sasessions
Jun 13, 2013

Three women struggle to find their way in the aftermath of the Civil War, a plantation owner, her daughter, and their former slave. The men in their lives influence them in different ways to make changes for the better in themselves and in their world.

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