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With this Pledge
By Tamera Alexander
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 1/18 Victoria wrote: Utterly Captivating!Tamera Alexander's retelling of the events of the Battle of Franklin and its effects on the residents of Carnton had me completely immersed and rooting for these characters based upon the actual residents and soldiers who participated in the unfolding of Franklin and the final days ... With This Pledge by Tamera Alexander
On 1/16 Sally McCombs wrote: A famous Civil War commander, whose name I temporarily forget, once said that it was as well that war was hell or else “we should become too fond of it.” With This Pledge brings to life the hell that was brought to Carnton on the 30th of November, 1864. The day began pleasantly enough, warm enough ... With This Pledge, by Tamera Alexander
On 1/14 Prairie Sky Book Reviews wrote: With her new release from Thomas Nelson publishers, Tamera Alexander once again reminds her readers precisely why she is a bestselling author - her stories are masterfully written with powerful themes and unforgettable characters, often revolving around true historical events. “With This Pledge” ... An Incredible Story of God’s Redeeming Love in Our Darkest Moments
On 1/11 Helen wrote: With This Pledge, by Tamera Alexander, is book one in A Carnton Novel series. This story takes place at Carnton Plantation in Franklin, Tennessee in 1864, which was taken over as a Confederate field hospital following the Battle of Franklin. Lizzie, the children's governess, is called upon to assist ... With This Pledge by Tamera Alexander
On 1/4 Danielle Urban wrote: With This Pledge by Tamera Alexander brings historical moments to life. The characters are engaging to follow. They captured my heart from the beginning. Each brought out an emotional attachment that made me fall harder for this book. They added to the story. War and its aftermath are depicted here. ... With This Pledge
On 12/26 Gypsy Road wrote: Having just finished, I think the one thing that really sticks with me the most about this book is the level of historical accuracy in the details. It even goes so far as to talk about the soldiers being read "A Christmas Carol," by Dickens, which is of course a minor, yet historically-accurate, detail ... Loving the details!
On 12/26 Brooke Capper wrote: I seriously love this author, I love how she always brings God into her books. I feel like in her writing you’re always going through their hard journeys with them. I love how I almost start to side with their selfish or sinful feelings because I can reason my way out of the right way. Then she will ... Love
On 1/18 JournalofaBibliophile wrote: This book is based on the real-life love letters of Captain Roland Jones and Elizabeth Clouston. Be sure to check out the author’s website to see photos! Elizabeth ‘Lizzie’ Clouston is the governess for Colonel and Mrs. McGavock at their home Carnton in Franklin, Tennessee. On the night of November ... Beautiful story!
On 1/15 Lenoire wrote: Elizabeth Lizzie Clouston is opposed to the principles of the Southern Cause. However, when the house she is a governess at becomes a Confederate hospital, she is faced with daily decisions of life and death. She promises to deliver word to a dying solider's mother while working on a sharpshooter's behalf ... With this Pledge
On 1/11 Melissa Martin wrote: History takes on vivid life in the stunning first full-length installment of Tamera Alexander's new series, The Carnton Novels.On the night of November 30, 1864, a brutal battle in Franklin, Tennessee, all but decimates the Confederacy and nearly kills Captain Roland Ward Jones. A decorated Mississippi ... With This Pledge by Tamera Alexander