Review: Eliza Waite

Available May 16: Eliza Waite

***3.5/5 stars- Really liked itEliza Waite

This debut novel is a compelling story of a women’s role in a dramatic and changing time in the Wild West.

Recommended readers:

  • Readers of Western History
  • Those interested in the changing roles of women in the West

Here’s my Rankings:

  • 3.5/5 for characters
  • 3.5/5 for plot
  • 3.5/5 overall

REVIEW FROM BOOKS FOR HER:

This debut novel explores one female’s experience in the post Gold Rush era as a throng of desperate people travel to the Klondike. Eliza Waite is one of them. After losing her husband and son on the remote San Juan Islands off Washington, Eliza lives a stark, lonely life trying to make it on her own. Both a physical and emotional journey for Eliza ensue as she travels north to Alaska to find her way. Even with a slow start, Eliza Waite is a compelling story of a women’s role in a dramatic and changing time in the western history.

Eliza Waite is be available on May 16.

 

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