Hoping to escape the poor conditions of 1880 New York, Tarsie Raines and her friends Joss and Mary Brubacher and their two children set off for Kansas aboard an unusual wagon train. But when tragedy strikes on the trip across the prairie, Tarsie is thrown into a partnership with Joss that leaves them both questioning God and their plans for the future.
As their funds dwindle and nothing goes as planned, will they give up and go their separate ways? Or will God use their time in Drayton Valley in a way they never expected?
Loved this book. It was a lovely book of courage, resilience and how love will win out in the end. The main characters Tarsie and Joss were portrayed just how you would think they would be. It again shows how despite being segregated both coloured and white folks could get on with one another. It also shows you if you truly believe in God he will look after you.
It also showed you resourceful people were in that day and age; and how they made do with very, very little. Even how the children could entertain themselves for hours with only the basic of things, like sticks and stone.
Stars out of 5 : 4.5 really worth reading in my opinion. Will make you grateful for what you have.
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