Cast Two Shadows: The American Revolution in the South
Caroline Whitaker's father is in prison for refusing to pledge allegiance to the king; her brother, Johnny, is away fighting for the Loyalists; and she is confined with her mother and sister to an upstairs chamber as British colonel Lord Francis Rawdon occupies their spacious plantation house. When Caroline learns that Johnny is injured, she sets out to fetch him. Her black grandmother, a slave on the plantation, accompanies her on her harrowing journey.
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Review: Cast Two Shadows: The American Revolution in the SouthUser Review - Lydia - Goodreads
This book was okay, but I thought that the plot was kind of rushed at the end. It wasn't awful to read, though. Read full review
Review: Cast Two Shadows: The American Revolution in the SouthUser Review - Hanna - Goodreads
Really really good historical fiction. By far the best revolutionary war book I've picked up. Definitely worth a read if you have a day or so (if you have no distractions, maybe a day or even a few ... Read full review