Based on a true incident on the Oregon Trail in 1852, this first book of a new historical series explores the possible fate of the women who survived after all their men had died in an 11-wagon team journey along the trail.Based on a true incident on the Oregon Trail in 1852, this first book of a new historical series explores the possible fate of the women who survived after all their men had died in an 11-wagon team journey along the trail.Read Less
Women of courage coming across a trail that is lined with death of all the men and some family along the way of the Oregon Trail. I love to read about the Oregon Trail being a 5th generation of Oregonain. I am reading All in One Place Now after devouring the first two books of this series. Weak women who became strong and courageous when times got really tough. They trusted in G-D to bring them through. I remommend this book to all women, especially those going through impossible situations.
May 21, 2008
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I enjoyed reading this book. Took a rather long time for me to read as there were so many pages. The story was adapted from a true story of 12 women who left to go west, along with their husbands and families. It was sad how the women lost the men folk to death, and what they all endured, but were determined to arrive at their destination. Jane Kirkpatrick is a very deep writer, but I enjoy her style of writting.
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