Every time Sibyl visits her mother, she’s criticized, shamed, and leaves in tears. The only thing that can calm her is Fremont’s assurance to move them to a place they can share their faith more freely. While her emotions bounce from frustration to despair, she holds on to the belief that God can help her family.
Fremont, a former hobo, promises to find a better-paying job and spirit his wife away from this unstable family. But only God can work that miracle.
If you love family sagas and drama based on true stories, you will love this book. The 1930s and 40s were a time of difficulty but hope carried them through.
Patti Pierce on Amazon wrote:
I did not put this book down until I was done and I finished within 3 hours because I was so focused! FABULOUS BOOK!!
A story based on real-life stories and people this book provides an excellent look at what life during the 1930s and 1940s was like. Some characters in this book I instantly disliked, while others I could see the love of Christ shining through. So if you enjoy stories based on real-life and real people, check out this book for yourself.