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Review of A Sea of Glass

Another amazing historical novel from this award winning author! We again follow Simon and Catherine and their lives as they now reside in Boston. I enjoyed learning about a young Boston and its history in the mid 1600’s. As the the slave trade is prominent in this time period it is again horrifying and important to recall the inhumanity that slaves were made to endure both in the US and also when the story takes us to a sugar plantation in Barbados. I am always so impressed how the author weaves fiction with her incredible research. The characters are well developed and engaging and the writing is beautiful. This is the third book in a series and can be read as a standalone but I highly encourage you to read all of them!


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