Corey Sunfire #22 review ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB

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Her some day Corey longs for a better life Then the Civil War tears Corey's family apart but Corey escapes from slaveryFreedom isn't easy however Corey can't find her family and Ned tells her he is running off to fight Corey has no one left she can trust so she heads north to Philadelphia Here she finds a ne. I read this book when I went through my historical romance phase back in junior high school Very moving story and historically accurate I enjoyed reading this book although I was torn about the ending

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Corey Sunfire #22W home and new friends And she meets Penn Wilson a dashing young man who captures her heart and introduces her to a new free world But when Ned asks Corey to go West with him the choices freedom brings seem harder than ever Will Corey join Ned Or will she return to the South to help her people alongside Penn. i enjoyed this than i remembered

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Corey Sunfire #22 review ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB ½ [PDF / Epub] ☉ Corey Sunfire #22 By Jane Claypool Miner – Insolpro.co.uk Freedom gave her the right to live the chance to love She escaped from the South to the North where a boy captured her heartIn 1864 16 year old Corey has known only slavery But she is courageous aFreedom gave her the right to live the chance to love She escaped from the South to the North where a boy captured her heartInyear old Corey has Corey Sunfire Kindle known only slavery But she is courageous and spirited and though Ned a handsome slave from the same South Carolina plantation hopes to marry. I read this book as a fourth grader and nearly 30 years later vividly remember the title and the cover art so that I was able to easily search for and identify this book As corny as the text may be the story of Corey's journey to freedom left a lasting impression on me I believe this book with its strong capable and intelligent black female lead shaped my views of race and left a lasting intellectual and social impact on me that resonates to this day I am ordering Corey for my 10 year old daughter so this book can hopefully become a part of her life like it was in mine