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Caleb's Crossing: Riveting and Believable

In the early 1660s, on the windswept dunes of Noepe, an island we now know as Martha’s Vineyard, the preadolescent Bethia Mayfield meets the young son of a Native American leader of the native Wampanoag tribe, and their lives would forever become entwined.  Read more >

Caleb's Crossing Is Really Bethia's Story

Caleb's Crossing, the latest historical novel from author Geraldine Brooks, is the kind of novel that makes you appreciate your own modern life. It is filled with the grind of daily physical labor, deprivation, disease, bitter cold, layers of mud, tragedy, sin and heart breaking guilt.  Read more >

Connieangela: I Couldn't Put Down Caleb's Crossing

Caleb's Crossing by Geraldine Brooks is a historical novel set in what is now Martha’s Vineyard in the late 1600s. Bethia Mayfield is the daughter of a Puritan minister that is trying to covert the Wampanoag Indians to be Christians, which results in discord between the island’s inhabitants. Bethia is a very smart girl who longs to be educated like her brother.  Read more >

Caleb's Crossing: So Much More Than I Expected

I didn’t think I read a lot of historical fiction, but when I checked Goodreads (which I use religiously), I realized I’d read 52 historical fiction books in the last four years. So, when I say that Geraldine Brooks’ new book, Caleb's Crossing, is one of the finest historical novels I’ve read in some time, I feel like I have some leg to stand on with that claim.  Read more >

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