This review is hard for me because the size of this book. I don’t want to give away any of the great parts. So I will be giving my overall opinion of this book Emma of Aurora by Jane Kirkpatrick.
When I received this book my first thoughts were “Oh my goodness this book is HUGE”. I then realized it’s 3 books in 1. A Clearing in the Wild, A Tendering in the Storm and last A Mending at the Edge. To help me I placed flags to separating each book.
Emma of Aurora is an Inspiring journey into the life of Emma Wagner Giesy. We follow her from a young woman to a married woman trying to find her place in a world where men rule. In the 1800’s Women where to be seen not heard for men believed women had no place having a voice. Emma has to learn to trust not only Herself, Her Leader as well as Her Husband but most importantly the Lord.
I give this book 5 stars because I love how Jane Kirkpatrick really made me feel like I was apart of Emma’s journey. Through all the hardships and joys as well as the sorrow. I wish I could of Slapped a few of the characters. I highly recommend this book to anyone who want to Laugh, Cry and just a wonderful reading experience.
I received this book for free from Blogging for Books for my honest review.