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These Is My Words: The Diary of Sarah Agnes Prine, 1881-1901, Arizona Territories A Moving, Exciting, And Heartfelt American Saga Inspired By The Author S Own Family Memoirs, These Words Belong To Sarah Prine, A Woman Of Spirit And Fire Who Forges A Full And Remarkable Existence In A Harsh, Unfamiliar Frontier Scrupulously Recording Her Steps Down The Path Providence Has Set Her Upon From Child To Determined Young Adult To Loving Mother She Shares The Turbulent Events, Both Joyous And Tragic, That Molded Her And Recalls The Enduring Love With Cavalry Officer Captain Jack Elliot That Gave Her Strength And PurposeRich In Authentic Everyday Details And Alive With Truly Unforgettable Characters, These Is My Words Brilliantly Brings A Vanished World To Breathtaking Life Again

About the Author: Nancy E. Turner

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10 thoughts on “These Is My Words: The Diary of Sarah Agnes Prine, 1881-1901, Arizona Territories

  1. says:

    I was completely taken by this book The library fines are racking up because it is overdue and I can t renew it because it has been requested by someone else, but I can t let it go because I find myself going back to it to reread passages and reliving moments of the book in my mind I shed many a tear and towards the end was so enraged I almost threw the book,

  2. says:

    This is, UNEQUIVOCALLY, the best love story I have read.I devoured this book I simply could not put it down The beginning was gritty, heart wrenching, and a grammatical mess Yet, this is part of the author s brilliance As the main character, Sarah, matures, she is strengthened by her experiences And as Sarah educates herself at every opportunity, the grammar and story

  3. says:

    The reason I loved this book comes down to one word authenticity I bought into this woman s life and believed these characters I have this vivid picture in my mind of this ranch out in the middle of nowhere with Sarah out there putting laundry on the line with a pistol tucked in her rugged apron I don t like western movies or get into frontier stories and was worried, especia

  4. says:

    A storm is rolling in, and that always makes me a little sad and wistful so I got it in my head to set to paper all these things that have got us this far on our way through this heathen land Its been a sorrowful journey so far and hard and so if we don t get to San Angelo or even as far as Fort Hancock I am saving this little theme in my cigar box for some wandering travelers t

  5. says:

    My life feels like a book left out on the porch, and the wind blows the pages faster and faster, turning always toward a new chapter faster than I can stop and read it I avidly enjoyed These Is My Words by Nancy Turner Turner did a wonderful job capturing a very vivid picture of Sarah Prine, and of the people and conditions of this period in the Arizona Territory Turner s writing makes you f

  6. says:

    Not only does the book sound intriguing, but the ratings on Goodreads are amazing the average rating is 4.45 and 56% of readers gave it 5 Stars.Apparently I read a different book.The basic plot of the first half of the book is Horrible things happen Awful things happen She meets a man Terrible things happen Dreadful things happen The man kisses her And it s all executed in a flat, shallow, and BORIN

  7. says:

    I debated between 2 and 4 stars, but after all is said and done I wouldn t recommend the book to my friends, so it came down to 2 As for reading enjoyment and ability to hold my interest, this book gets a 5 However, the first 30 pages contain enough trauma to send any woman to a pyschiatrist for years Rape, murder, tragic child deaths, Indian attacks, attempted abduction, etc It was a bit too much for me to

  8. says:

    After my heart stops hurting I ll write a review, it takes time when you ve just fallen off a cliff.I think I can write it now I will admit something here and now Before I read a book I always read the dedication This book is dedicated To everyone who has ever stood on a hill in a storm That caught my interest really quick and then, six pages in I came across this passage What can I say I was hooked

  9. says:

    This is pretty much my favorite book I ve ever read along with it s sequel Sarah s Quilt First of all, it is a beautiful love story I cried so much Any book that makes me feel really emotional, I consider to be a good book But it is also an incredible tale of determination and down right stubborness I love that Sarah learned to read, loved learning and by so doing changed her life I love the way she endured challenges I wa

  10. says:

    I probably would not have finished this book if I were not reading it for book club I enjoyed reading it at times, but mostly, I was trying not to roll my eyes and just appreciate that it was Nancy Turner s first novel and it s good for a first shot although I have read some incredible first novels before The book is about a woman growing up in the Arizona territories and is written in diary format The Good It s a nice historical

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