The Trickle of Time

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Delia and Henry are plantation slaves in the deep south just before the Civil War begins. Although they are planning to wed someday, fate plays a cruel hand with their plans and Henry is left to escape to the north without her. This is the story of his journey to Ripley, Ohio and of the strength that comes from a loving heart.
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Overview

Delia and Henry are plantation slaves in the deep south just before the Civil War begins. Although they are planning to wed someday, fate plays a cruel hand with their plans and Henry is left to escape to the north without her. This is the story of his journey to Ripley, Ohio and of the strength that comes from a loving heart.
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Jessica Winberg
Anne Jobes has done it again! I have read all of her novels and she fails to leave me disappointed.
C J
One of the reasons I was drawn to reading this book is because I enjoy reading historically based novels. I enjoy stepping back in time, I suppose. Once I began reading it, I realized too, that I was enjoying it more because of the "quest" that the main character finds himself on. I've always enjoyed fantasy books more than anything and although this was about as real as reality gets, the personal quest that Henry is on had me moving northbound with him. The characters are all well developed and
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781449940966
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 11/26/2010
  • Pages: 268
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.61 (d)

Meet the Author

Anne Jobes was born in January of 1955, and graduated high school in 1972. She went on to Point Park College where she majored in Computer Science.

After her first child was born she became strongly interested in the theories of fear as they pertained to childbirth, and went on to receive her teaching certificate for Childbirth Education. She has been working as an educator for over twenty-five years. In addition she also works at a Financial Institution.

Anne and her husband, Sam, have been married for twenty-nine years, and have three children. She was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania where she currently still resides.

This is her third novel.

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  • Posted February 11, 2011

    Great Story!

    Anne Jobes is a great story teller. This book had historic significance, of course. But more than that, it's the characters that make the book. Somehow or other she makes them so real that you feel like you know them. I REALLY enjoyed this book.

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