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Paperback Sarah's Quilt: A Novel of Sarah Agnes Prine and the Arizona Territories, 1906 Book

ISBN: 0312332637

ISBN13: 9780312332631

Sarah's Quilt: A Novel of Sarah Agnes Prine and the Arizona Territories, 1906

(Book #2 in the Sarah Agnes Prine Series)

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Sarah's Quilt , the long-awaited sequel to These Is My Words , continues the dramatic story of Sarah Agnes Prine. Beloved by readers and book clubs from coast to coast, These Is My Words told the spellbinding story of an extraordinary pioneer woman and her struggle to make a home in the Arizona Territories. Now Sarah returns. In 1906, the badlands of Southern Arizona Territory is a desolate place where a three-year drought has changed the landscape...

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The Perfect Follow-up to "These Is My Words" and Also a Story of It's own

Not only is "Sarah's Quilt" a wonderful sequel to "These Is My Words" but another amazing book in itself. Turner continues the amazing story of Sarah Prine's life and also the lives of those around her. It's filled with action, romance, love, problems, and solutions just as the first, and you'll never want it to end!!! "Sarah's Quilt" is a must-read!

Another Winner!

This book is wonderful. I easily fall into that place where I imagine myself there with them. Very few authors write well enough to let their readers experience that. I wish I could think of the words to sing this book's praises properly. If you read These Is My Words then don't miss out on Sarah's Quilt.

Satisfied the want for more of "These is my Words"

I really enjoyed it. I loved and cared about the characters. This continuation of an amazing woman's life was fun to read, interesting, insightful and worth my time and money. A sequel often doesn't live up to the original, but I believe this one does.

A Worthy Sequel

Sarah's Quilt picks up the story of Sarah Prine Elliott in 1906, about six years after the loss of her beloved Jack. Sarah has moved back to the ranch and is facing many obstacles,including a drought that has caused her well to run dry. Again Turner brings to life Sarah's indomitable spirit and forces us to get inside her skin. Turner excellently depicts the hardships of life on a ranch around the turn of the century, and she effortlessly makes us understand Sarah's motivations, fears, and regrets. My only disappointment with this book is the fact that it is not written in diary format as was These Is My Words and I think it takes a little away from the intimacy of the writing. But other than that admittedly minor complaint, this book is a worthy sequel and just as engrossing. It will grip you around the heart and run you through the gamut of emotions. Highly, highly recommended.

Sarah's Saga

Sarah's Quilt is the sequel to These Is My Words. It is 1906, Sarah's children are grown, and her ranch is gripped tightly in the 3rd year of a fierce drought. Charlie and Gil arrive home at the ranch after dropping out of college. To Sarah, an education is worth more than gold and she can't understand why they would rather work the ranch than sit in a class room and learn. Sarah's well runs dry and things are looking very grim for the survival of her cattle when her mother announces she paid a water witch to come find a new well. Lazarus arrives on a white mule, spouting Biblical verses and sparking fear in Sarah...but he delivered and water is found...but instead of easing the struggle from the drought, more problems arise and this is only the beginning of Sarah's struggles...she faces trials that would break most people...deaths, betrayal, forces of nature that rip away at her iron will. Sarah's nephew arrives unannounced one day demanding to become a cowboy. Willie is the son of her brother Ernest and a "slatternly" woman he married, Lulu. But Willie is family and Sarah takes him in. Little does she know the pain Willie has buried so deep inside him and the tragic consequences that erupt when that pain surfaces. The story is filled with the gritty reality of ranching in Arizona in the early 1900's. The backbone of the story is as strong as Sarah herself. This book is a fast read, filled with tension and harsh emotions...I pushed myself to finish it late in the night, because I simply couldn't put it down without knowing how Sarah would come out. I wasn't disappointed. This is a great adventure.
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