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by Denise Williamson

Widow and single mother Mayleda and Joseph, her father's former slave who practices medicine in Philadelphia, face prejudice and tragedy in the midst of violence after the Fugitive Slave Law is enacted in 1851.
Download When Stars Begin to Fall (Roots of Faith, 2) epub
ISBN: 1556618832
ISBN13: 978-1556618833
Category: Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Author: Denise Williamson
Language: English
Publisher: Bethany House Pub; UNABRIDGED VERSION edition (December 1, 2000)
Pages: 446 pages
ePUB size: 1697 kb
FB2 size: 1726 kb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 565
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This is my favorite book. Joseph's character is the reason the I read the Bible from cover to cover. His story is both heartbreaking and inspiring. I highly recommend that you read this book.
I found this second installment of the Roots of Faith series to be an excellent book. Ms. Williamson brings us in close to the characters and their lives. The accuracy of the historical facts is excellent and very educational. The peril of these character's lives mirrors the era they portray. I am anxiously awaiting book three.
I've ordered a few books that claimed to be "like new" and weren't. This book was truly like new. Thank you for an excellent product. Also, the story is one of the best I've ever read on African-American History. It offers a truly historical view of the US in transition from slavery. This country owes a great debt to our African-American citizens.
This book really made me think. It is history from a whole different perspective. It was also an exciting read.
Tells the struggles of slavery in a realistic & compassionate way. Loves the author's style of writing--feel it was very well written.
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I just finished this second book in Roots of Faith series and it was as good as the first. Even though slavery is not a happy subject to read about, it is part of the history of our country. This book exposes how badly African Americans were treated even up north. These are probably the best books I've read about slavery. I do hope there is a third book coming in the series.