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Lizzie After the War ➹ [Download] ➵ Lizzie After the War By Nancy B. Brewer ➼ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk From award winning author of“Carolina Rain” and “Beyond Sandy Ridge” Lizzie After the WarTheodosia Elizabeth Sanders Lizzie was born in 1842 with the promise of a good life She grew up on her From award winning author of“Carolina Rain” and “Beyond Sandy Ridge” Lizzie After the WarTheodosia Elizabeth Sanders Lizzie was born in with the promise of a good life She grew up on her father's plantation Sandy Ridge Her blissful days were spent strolling the sandy shores and her Lizzie After Epub / evenings sitting on the front porch listening to the Carolina Rain Her sweet Southern dream came to a great halt when the war began When all was lost she was forced to leave Charleston to start a new life Beyond Sandy Ridge North Carolina became her home The last years of the war were a nightmare but there was a flicker of hope in the eyes of a man named Joel He would be her world together they would rebuild a life out of the ruins of their Southland Lizzie is the story of her life after The War Between the States Relive her journey from plantation princess to the cotton mills of Concord North Carolina In her voice you will hear unfold the years of reconstruction women's suffrage child labor and the beginning of the industrial age Lizzie is to find life's greatest treasures are the people you love and the people that love you She is graced with the wisdom to accept change and adapt She is a wounded woman but understands there is healing in new beginnings Lastly her heart tells her to believe in the future and expect the unexpectedwwwnancybbrewercom kindle and Nook.


7 thoughts on “Lizzie After the War

  1. Selina Rodriguez Selina Rodriguez says:

    Awesome


  2. Shannon Shannon says:

    Lizzie's life story continues however in this her life has fast forwarded and she's now 50 Her beloved Joel has passed away and her children have grown up and are living their lives She struggles with depression and if not for her maid Dovie she might never have gone on She decides to write a book telling her story to give to her children So while at the store to get ink for her typewriter she encounters Mr Lee who is in need of a secretary He purchases a new typewriter for her to used to type up his paperwork but says she can use it at her leisure as well as earns a salary Mr Lee begins to court Lizzie Another Mr Collins also has his eyes on Lizzie Her emotions still very much on the edge with her love for her late husband leaves Lizzie on a roller coaster Just when she decides which she might marryanother suitor comes along and changes her whole life again


  3. Janelle Janelle says:

    Love the series It hooked me in from the beginning Being born and raised in Illinois where Abraham Lincoln was a hero it was interesting to read the southern perspective of the civil war the war between the states It showed the the determination of people to survive in a time when everything was being taken from them


  4. Laura Davis Laura Davis says:

    As a native daughter of North Carolina and a Civil War reenactor Nancy Brewer brings the story of Theodosia “Lizzie” Sanders and her family to life in a way that mere research cannot accomplish; Brewer has walked in the shoes of her characters and it shows in every chapterThe recently released third book of Brewer’s historical fiction series Lizzie After the War tells the story of the Reconstruction years from the perspective of a mature Lizzie many years later It’s a subtle but fascinating shift from the earlier books which are told from Lizzie’s point of view in the moment as a girl and a young woman The younger Lizzie is very observant of life’s details but the mature Lizzie lends the reader much greater understanding of the world in which she lives and the people around her From the Union army occupation of southern cities to the trials of southern society trying to rebuild itself on a new mold to the challenges of freedmen trying to find their way in a society that isn’t uite sure it welcomes them Brewer offers the reader a near photographic view of life under Reconstruction


  5. Gigi Williams Gigi Williams says:

    I didn't care for this story It was very borrrriinngg Between the snooze of this widow's current life and the book she's writing which is just as bad I couldn't wait to be done reading it She has 2 losers competing for her time after the picture perfect marriage to her husband I cant see why she even entertained either as long as she did Her neighbors and best friends are real weirdos her kids are only present through letters and her African American maid caretaker doesn't AT ALL relate to that time period I tried to enjoy it I really did But it didn't work


  6. David Richardson David Richardson says:

    I received this book for free from the Goodreads first read giveaway This was not the most exciting book I have read but I liked it because it had a down home in the South feel Each chapter is sorta like a short story and they all blend together for a nice ending Great for fans of the Reconstruction era or the civil war


  7. Robin Robin says:

    Love this author


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7 thoughts on “Lizzie After the War

  1. Selina Rodriguez Selina Rodriguez says:

    Awesome

  2. Shannon Shannon says:

    Lizzie's life story continues however in this her life has fast forwarded and she's now 50 Her beloved Joel has passed away and her children have grown up and are living their lives She struggles with depression and if not for her maid Dovie she might never have gone on She decides to write a book telling her story to give to her children So while at the store to get ink for her typewriter she encounters Mr Lee who is in need of a secretary He purchases a new typewriter for her to used to type up his paperwork but says she can use it at her leisure as well as earns a salary Mr Lee begins to court Lizzie Another Mr Collins also has his eyes on Lizzie Her emotions still very much on the edge with her love for her late husband leaves Lizzie on a roller coaster Just when she decides which she might marryanother suitor comes along and changes her whole life again

  3. Janelle Janelle says:

    Love the series It hooked me in from the beginning Being born and raised in Illinois where Abraham Lincoln was a hero it was interesting to read the southern perspective of the civil war the war between the states It showed the the determination of people to survive in a time when everything was being taken from them

  4. Laura Davis Laura Davis says:

    As a native daughter of North Carolina and a Civil War reenactor Nancy Brewer brings the story of Theodosia “Lizzie” Sanders and her family to life in a way that mere research cannot accomplish; Brewer has walked in the shoes of her characters and it shows in every chapterThe recently released third book of Brewer’s historical fiction series Lizzie After the War tells the story of the Reconstruction years from the perspective of a mature Lizzie many years later It’s a subtle but fascinating shift from the earlier books which are told from Lizzie’s point of view in the moment as a girl and a young woman The younger Lizzie is very observant of life’s details but the mature Lizzie lends the reader much greater understanding of the world in which she lives and the people around her From the Union army occupation of southern cities to the trials of southern society trying to rebuild itself on a new mold to the challenges of freedmen trying to find their way in a society that isn’t uite sure it welcomes them Brewer offers the reader a near photographic view of life under Reconstruction

  5. Gigi Williams Gigi Williams says:

    I didn't care for this story It was very borrrriinngg Between the snooze of this widow's current life and the book she's writing which is just as bad I couldn't wait to be done reading it She has 2 losers competing for her time after the picture perfect marriage to her husband I cant see why she even entertained either as long as she did Her neighbors and best friends are real weirdos her kids are only present through letters and her African American maid caretaker doesn't AT ALL relate to that time period I tried to enjoy it I really did But it didn't work

  6. David Richardson David Richardson says:

    I received this book for free from the Goodreads first read giveaway This was not the most exciting book I have read but I liked it because it had a down home in the South feel Each chapter is sorta like a short story and they all blend together for a nice ending Great for fans of the Reconstruction era or the civil war

  7. Robin Robin says:

    Love this author

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