Sabra Waldfogel knits two tales in one, first story is of two soldiers who find themselves on a plantation on which they want to see their flag waving. The second story is linked to that plantation where there are several slaves and are governed by a Jewish mistress. The area has a strange story of its own, once it was under the possession of Mordecai who gave it to his daughter along with a slave of her own.
The slave girl named Rachel became a good friend of her Jewish mistress named Adelaide Mannheim. It was later revealed that Rachel too was Mordecai’s blood and her Jewish sister instead of being harsh on her brought her closer. The two sisters were thus having a good time together when this attack was launched on the country side and if their land is not left alone by the soldiers their lives would be ruined. Together the two think of different way through which the plantation can be saved from the upcoming calamity.
Narration is not boring but the spice lack at the action scenes, Bahni Turpin could have tried much more than this. The words are understandable though and there is no loss of rhythm in any of the chapter only passion needed some fueling. The novel brings back Charleston’s Daughter characters to the mind of those who have listened to that one too. Strong in all the aspects of literature the book proves itself as a nice gift for those who like history and stories related to historic events of the past. Another aspect is the family love and unity under different circumstances of life.
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