One of the most boring books I have ever read .The characters are one dimensional and difficult to identify with.Published 14 months ago by Eva Kleinman
A germ of truth is woven into a very interesting story of how religion and races coped with the realities of a tough pioneering spirit and physical tests of survival.Published 17 months ago by Patrick Lafferty
The storyline was quit unusual and interesting and the writing was good. However, I found the actions of the characters somewhat unbelievable at times. Read morePublished 17 months ago by connie epp
I had to push myself to finish this book as I really did not enjoy it very much. I found it a bit boring.Published 18 months ago by Danita
I enjoyed The Purchase because it had very interesting characters, although I felt parts of it were unrealistic. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Cheryl Wilson
I like how this novel covred both the stories of the Quackersand the slaves during the final years of slavery. Very well written.Published 20 months ago by C.D.
With this story, Linda Spalding creates the world of the Dickinson family. She skilfully crafts complete and complicated characters and yet manages to develop the reader's sympathy... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Lisa Dalrymple
An extraordinary family saga that builds to an incredible climax. Don't be put off by the Quakerism or the stern opening - this is a story that will leave you breathless.Published on July 8 2013 by Stella Hosnani