Red Moon at Sharpsburg

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Penguin Group USA, Sep 18, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 236 pages
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When the Civil War breaks out, life in the South is transformed and nothing remains the same. India Moody must summon the courage she didn’t know she had to plunge into one of the war’s most tragic and terrifying events—the Battle of Antietam, known in the South as Sharpsburg—in order to get medicine to her desperately sick father. As she struggles for survival during the Union’s brutal occupation, India gets an education in love and loss, the senseless devastation of war, and the triumph of hope in the face of despair.

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I found this book very educational i really liked it - Goodreads
The ending was weak. - Goodreads
a well researched historical novel. - Goodreads
... it's more of a love story then an action book. - Goodreads
Strong female character set in Civil War time period. - Goodreads
I disliked the ending however. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Sharon - Goodreads

Even though this is a YA book, I highly recommend it for adults as well. It is well written and paints a very clear picture of the horrors of the Civil War in the South. The author has taken great pains to get the details right. Read full review

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User Review  - Shannon Cash - Goodreads

India comes from a poorer family in the south and has a father who works making bridles for horse of people in his town. After the war gets stronger India's father joins the efforts on the rebel side ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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Rosemary Wells lives in Greenwich, Connecticut.

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