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Fires of Jubilee [Download] ➽ Fires of Jubilee By Alison Hart – Buyprobolan50.co.uk ABBY IS FREE FROM SLAVERY BUT NOT FROM THE SECRETS OF HER PAST It s in the conquered South and things are not as they were before the war Thirteen year old Abby Joyner still lives on the plantation w ABBY IS FREE FROM SLAVERY BUT NOT FROM THE SECRETS OF HER PAST It sin the conquered South and things are not as they were before the war Thirteen year old Abby Joyner still lives on the plantation where she was raised but she and her grandparents are free now and continue on for a small salary One thing is the same as it has always been, though Abby does not know what became of her mother Why won t anyone tell her Abby is determined to find the truth behind Fires of ePUB ´ her disappearance But answers are few and she is about to discover that, like freedom, the truth is harder to come by than she could have imagined.


10 thoughts on “Fires of Jubilee

  1. Priscilla Herrington Priscilla Herrington says:

    This is a fine piece of young adult historical fiction, set in the post Civil War period when families that had been separated by slavery and by the war were reuniting, and former slaves were learning to live in freedom The compelling personal story of Abby and her family provides the focus for an account of the period immediately following the War Between the States.


  2. Mary L. Mary L. says:

    Freedom means different things to different people and at the end of the civil war it might come with some surprises and secrets as well To Abby it would mean finding her mother The task isn t as easy as she thought it would be.


  3. Lauren Clark Lauren Clark says:

    Pretty good book I do recommend it It is a historic fiction, about a girl who is 13 years old She has been a slave at the Hammond Platation up until the 13th amendment declaring all slaves free She now continues to work on the Hammond Plataion with her kind Grandmother In her heart Abby has always wanted one thing To be free and find out the past of her mother s disappearance I love reading this book and enjoy fallowing along in this great story.


  4. Mckenzi Mckenzi says:

    this book is awesome so far i like it it teaches about slavery and every thing else its one big fat book well actually not really but it is awesome


  5. Laura Black Laura Black says:

    Right after the Civil War, a thirteen year old slave named Abby Joyner is now free and she wants to find her birth mother, Lively, who ran away when Abby was an infant But everywhere she turns for answers, people discourage her from seeking the truth Abby knows something really bad happened years before, but whatever it was, no one, not her grandparents nor former mistress, will tell her the truth So it s up to Abby to discover the truth on her own, only is she prepared for the consequences o Right after the Civil War, a thirteen year old slave named Abby Joyner is now free and she wants to find her birth mother, Lively, who ran away when Abby was an infant But everywhere she turns for answers, people discourage her from seeking the truth Abby knows something really bad happened years before, but whatever it was, no one, not her grandparents nor former mistress, will tell her the truth So it s up to Abby to discover the truth on her own, only is she prepared for the consequences of it when she learns it


  6. Rachel Rachel says:

    Thirteen year old Abby Joyner and her grandparents are now free following the end of the Civil War and living and working on the plantation where she was raised Freedom does not always bring a life of ease, and Abby is determined to find her mother.


  7. Sandybear76 Sandybear76 says:

    The civil War has been over for 2 3 months but the slaves are still in the fields, working as slaves Missus writes out contracts for the ex slaves so they get paid for their work.


  8. SFrick SFrick says:

    Ms Hart has brought forth again for YA s what I believe to be an accurate picture projection of the times, albeit horrid, for that time period I there werestars I would use them.


  9. Antonio Ruiz Antonio Ruiz says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This book was very interesting It took place in slavery times and talked about a young girl named Abby that was a slave and wanted to find her mother.Everyone kept it a secret that her mother was alive She used to recieve letters from her birth mother but everyone was keeping them a secret because they didn t want her to know about her mother Abby is very open minded and is willing to do whatever to find her mother Throughout the book, she realizes that her slave owner had lost the plantatio This book was very interesting It took place in slavery times and talked about a young girl named Abby that was a slave and wanted to find her mother.Everyone kept it a secret that her mother was alive She used to recieve letters from her birth mother but everyone was keeping them a secret because they didn t want her to know about her mother Abby is very open minded and is willing to do whatever to find her mother Throughout the book, she realizes that her slave owner had lost the plantation and that the slaves were free She ends of finding a letter that said the slaves were free so she grabs all her stuff and starts to look for her birth mother During the end of the book she ends her finding her mother and is happy that she found her You can compare this text to the world because of all the abandon children without with fathers and mothers in the world and looking for searching them You can imagine the setting as a plantation as a farm and slaves working the farm I like this book because of the great seeking Abby looks into and how at the end she finds her mother


  10. Danielle Danielle says:

    Huh, I m not sure this book is very historically accurate There seemed to be a whole lot of leaps in what happened in this book vs what I know to be true of slavery times The plot was okay, but it certainly dragged on at some points My classroom library won t be missing out if this one leaves the shelves Reading this one to try to generateinterest in it, as it hasn t left my shelves very often With History moving to 7th grade, though, maybe this one will pick up in pop Huh, I m not sure this book is very historically accurate There seemed to be a whole lot of leaps in what happened in this book vs what I know to be true of slavery times The plot was okay, but it certainly dragged on at some points My classroom library won t be missing out if this one leaves the shelves Reading this one to try to generateinterest in it, as it hasn t left my shelves very often With History moving to 7th grade, though, maybe this one will pick up in popularity


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