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Born Wicked

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Caleb's Crossing is Engrossing and Richly Detailed

When I first received Caleb's Crossing Caleb's Crossing, it felt a lot like homework. I had one of those “what have I gotten myself into” moments, when I thought about all the work stuff I had to do and my three small kids -- how would I ever read an entire novel? What if I didn’t like it?  Read more >

But The Baby Dies: Facing Grief in Caleb's Crossing

Warning: this book gave me a couple of sleepless nights. I love historical fiction. And I loved Geraldine Brooks' Year of Wonders so when I got her newest book Caleb's Crossing in my hands I couldn't wait to read it. True to form, I couldn't put it down. So why the melodrama about nightmares? A baby dies.  Read more >

Caleb's Crossing: A journey to the early American wilderness

Until I read Caleb's Crossing by Geraldine Brooks, I hadn’t even considered what a place like Martha’s Vineyard looked like before it became a play place for the ultra rich. So I found it fascinating to read this novel’s descriptions of a beautiful, mostly-untamed wilderness, populated by Native Americans and a small community of English settlers.  Read more >

A Long Lost World Brought to Life

When I first opened Caleb's Crossing by Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Geraldine Brooks I thought it would be another politically correct saga about repressed Christians persecuting noble "savages." However, my preconceptions were shattered almost immediately as I became gently entangled in Brooks’ complex tale of the early Puritan settlers in Massachusetts and their dealings with the native inhabitants.  Read more >

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