From first page to last the reader is invested in the fate of these characters as they struggle to survive the vicissitudes and brutality of their quest for liberty. ALISTAIR MAGEE
Would you choose to live the rest of your life in servitude or face death in a run for freedom?
19th Century. Kigwa, Prince of the Ehra tribe, was full of joy, with a day of celebration planned for his village. As he reflected on their abundance, he was urgently summoned to an important meeting. Little did he know this one event would change everything he had known forever. Will he survive mortal danger in the biggest challenge of his life?
For fans of riveting historical fiction, The Watchman's Grace welcomes you to a sweeping adventure which will stay with you long after reading the final page. In an unprecedented tale spanning the 19th and 20th centuries, flowing fact and gripping fiction come alive in a convergence of unforgettable events. Follow stunning people through captivating experiences of sheer desperation, compassion, hate, love and uplifting hope.
AFRICA. AMERICA. IRELAND. SURVIVAL. Enter a world where nothing is taken for granted. Where your next decision may be your last. Discover what connects us all in these exciting pages as you witness two centuries full of dramatic, monumental challenges. Do not miss this thrilling story which will truly change your perspective on our shared historical past.
Don’t be fooled as I was. This is not the Craig Johnson of Longmire fame. I was unable to finish this book because it is so poorly written. Often, the writing style is very odd with stilted language that might be described as “false elegance”, questionable choice of words that might sometimes border on wrong word usage, and sometimes questionable grammar. I gave it 2 stars because the story telling has some merit even though it often digresses to an annoying degree. Sorry, I hate to be so negative but I have never before been unable to finish a book before due to such distracting lack of craftmanship