Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Red Sky over America by Tamera Lynn Kraft

38323301Red Sky over America

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William and America confront evil, but will it costs them everything?
In 1857, America, the daughter of a slave owner, is an abolitionist and a student at Oberlin College, a school known for its radical ideas. America goes home to Kentucky during school break to confront her father about freeing his slaves.
America's classmate, William, goes to Kentucky to preach abolition to churches that condone slavery. America and William find themselves in the center of the approaching storm sweeping the nation and may not make it home to Ohio or live through the struggle.

My Thoughts:
Red Sky Over America by Tamera Kraft is about slavery in Kentucky. Filled with emotion, I enjoyed that this book dealt with such an important topic. This was a book that is hard to put down. The story line was very vivid and I can tell the author did her homework about the history in this time period. 
This book speaks to those who speak up for injustices, especially those during this time period in the US. It was great to me in plot, characters and storyline. However, I found the style of Tamera's writing to be difficult here and there at times, but overall, I felt this book was written well. It was very intense and emotional. I give this book 4/5 stars. A favorable review was not required for this complimentary copy. 




About the Author:
Tamera Lynn KraftTamera Lynn Kraft has always loved adventures. She loves to write historical fiction set in the United States because there are so many stories in American history. There are strong elements of faith, romance, suspense and adventure in her stories. She has received 2nd place in the NOCW contest, 3rd place TARA writer’s contest, and is a finalist in the Frasier Writing Contest and has other novellas in print. She’s been married for 38 years to the love of her life, Rick, and has two married adult children and two grandchildren. Tamera has two novellas in print: A Christmas Promise and Resurrection of Hope. Her first full length novel, Alice’s Notions, is due to be released in April.

Tamera has been a children’s pastor for over 20 years. She is the leader of a ministry called Revival Fire For Kids where she mentors other children’s leaders, teaches workshops, and is a children’s ministry consultant and children’s evangelist and has written children’s church curriculum. She is a recipient of the 2007 National Children’s Leaders Association Shepherd’s Cup for lifetime achievement in children’s ministry.

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