The Road From Chapel Hill

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Eugenia Mae Spotswood, the daughter of a failed aristocrat, longs to regain the life she lost. The slave Tom wants one thing: freedom. After becoming the property of Eugenia Mae, a dangerous affection grows. But he learns freedom is not something she can give him - he must fight for it himself.

Clyde Bricket, the farm boy responsible for Tom's capture, has always believed in the South. But he soon learns that sometimes the only way to redeem ...

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Overview

Eugenia Mae Spotswood, the daughter of a failed aristocrat, longs to regain the life she lost. The slave Tom wants one thing: freedom. After becoming the property of Eugenia Mae, a dangerous affection grows. But he learns freedom is not something she can give him - he must fight for it himself.

Clyde Bricket, the farm boy responsible for Tom's capture, has always believed in the South. But he soon learns that sometimes the only way to redeem yourself is to fight against everything he thought he believed in.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780425212523
  • Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 10/31/2006
  • Pages: 352
  • Sales rank: 1,065,415
  • Product dimensions: 5.10 (w) x 7.90 (h) x 1.20 (d)

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  • Posted April 29, 2011

    Overall Good Read

    This was a good read, but the characters were not well developed. In most books I read, I feel that by the end of the book I know the character well and am able to sympathize with them. I didn't feel that I knew these characters which made it a little slow to read. The plot was interesting and I learned a lot from this book.

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  • Posted April 13, 2011

    So-So

    I enjoy historical fictions, I like the history lesson that accompanies the authors imagination. I learned a bit while reading this book so, it was not a total waste of time. I was not a huge fan of the characters. I thought them a bit flat, not nearly as well rounded as they could have been. The slave Tom just seemed to wander the whole book, and we never saw his story come to an end, which was dissapointing. I don't think the ending answered any questions, but only presented more. I suppose this would be sufficient if there were to be a second book, but I don't know if I liked this enough TO read a second book...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 17, 2010

    less than moving

    I finished reading this book but I won't read it a second time. As the story wraps up all that is South is bad and all that is North is good. Tiresome in the last third.

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    Posted September 30, 2010

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