Item description for Sisters: Book Two Of The River Of Freedom Series a Novel (River Of Freedom #2) by Tim Stafford...
Overview "Sisters" is the powerful chronicle of a second-generation suffragist searching for her identity during the dramatic, turbulent times surrounding the women's suffrage movement in America. Striving to understand the true meaning of women's rights, Susan relies on her Christian faith for answers. Readers will be exposed to the role Christians played in the fight for women's rights.
Susan Nichols wants the right to vote...but how hard is she willing to fight for it? "Sisters" is the powerful chronicle of a second-generation suffragist searching for her identity during the dramatic, turbulent times surrounding the woman suffrage movement in America. Though Susan-named for the famous women's rights advocate Susan B. Anthony-participates in the movement on several levels, she struggles with what it really means to be a woman in changing times. Striving to understand the true meaning of women's rights, Susan relies on her Christian faith for answers. Readers will be exposed to the role Christians played in the fight for women's rights.
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.88" Width: 6.22" Height: 0.92" Weight: 1.22 lbs.
Release Date Sep 5, 2000
Publisher Thomas Nelson
Series River Of Freedom
Series Number 2
ISBN 0785269061 ISBN13 9780785269069
Availability 0 units.
More About Tim Stafford
Stafford is a Senior Editor for Christianity Today.
Tim Stafford currently resides in Santa Rosa, in the state of California. Tim Stafford was born in 1950.
Reviews - What do customers think about Sisters: Book Two Of The River Of Freedom Series a Novel?
Sisters is just breathtaking! Aug 11, 2007
Not being one to read romance novels, I've been looking for over a year for a good book to read. I found "Sisters" while browsing in the library one day and I was completely captivated. It covers the Women's Suffrage movement in a fashion where the reader gains appreciation for the depth of the struggle and all the intricacies of the politics involved. The main historical figures, such as Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton seem very accurately portrayed as well. The only real flaw I saw in the book is that the main fictional characters of the book struggle a lot over whether or not to dedicate themselves to the movement, which isn't very characteristic of grassroots campaigners, since they tend to be die hards. Nonetheless, the setting and the history presented makes this book simply one of the best books in the Christian market today. In fact, its one of the best books in the regular market as well. I really do recommend it.