Where Freedom Rings: A Tale of the Underground Railroad

Where Freedom Rings A Tale of the Underground Railroad The thrilling story of four slaves who try to escape to the northern area of the United States along the Underground Railroad in Kelsa Colver leads her husband and two young sons on the dangerous

  • Title: Where Freedom Rings: A Tale of the Underground Railroad
  • Author: Steven Donahue
  • ISBN: 9781507725498
  • Page: 290
  • Format: Paperback
  • The thrilling story of four slaves who try to escape to the northern area of the United States along the Underground Railroad in 1853 Kelsa Colver leads her husband and two young sons on the dangerous trek after a fellow slave is murdered by a vindictive slave owner Along the way, the Colvers are assisted by various abolitionists, including a neighboring farmer, a progreThe thrilling story of four slaves who try to escape to the northern area of the United States along the Underground Railroad in 1853 Kelsa Colver leads her husband and two young sons on the dangerous trek after a fellow slave is murdered by a vindictive slave owner Along the way, the Colvers are assisted by various abolitionists, including a neighboring farmer, a progressive priest, a sympathetic lawman, and notable figures Harriet Tubman and William Still However, their efforts are impeded by a dark family secret, and the interventions of a corrupt clergyman, vicious outlaws and greedy slave hunters.

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    • Steven Donahue

      Steven Donahue was a copywriter for TV Guide magazine for 14 years His first novel, Amanda Rio, was originally published in 2004 He released three novels in 2013 The Manila Strangler Rainstorm Press , Amy the Astronaut and the Flight for Freedom Hydra Publications , and Comet and Cupid s Christmas Adventure Createspace His fifth novel, Chasing Bigfoot Createspace was published in 2014, and his short story Grit was also included in the anthology Hero s Best Friend by Seventh Star Press in 2014 In 2015, he published his sixth book, Where Freedom Rings A Tale of the Underground Railroad Createspace In 2017, he released his latest novel, Solah tte Createspace.

    756 thoughts on “Where Freedom Rings: A Tale of the Underground Railroad

    • Note: I was provided with a copy of this book for review.The story Donahue has writer about Kelsa and her family escaping a plantation in the south to the freedom up north is a captivating tale and one that depicts the hardships people had to endure and the risks people like the Colvers took in order to have a better life.The life the Colver family on the plantation is hard and the tension is evident, each of them ever fearful of something happening to them. This fear is made worse by hearing st [...]


    • The Underground Railroad, we have all read about it in the dry textbooks of school, but it was unemotional, impersonal and we were robbed of the horrors and injustices that led to its creation by a brave group of people who never let color stop them from risking their lives to do the right thing. Where Freedom Rings: A Tale of the Underground Railroad by Steven Donahue brings to life the story of one slave woman and her family as they attempt to escape to freedom in the North during one of this [...]


    • Where Freedom Rings: A Tale of the Underground RailroadThe courage of one woman to stand tall and fight for what she believed in. The fate of four slaves during the time before the Civil War was held in the hands of many people. As the story opens we meet Kelsa Colver, her husband Wade sons Paul and Diamond who are living on a rich plantation working for a cruel and evil master. The Mallards live in opulence and enjoy giving parties, eating the best of everything and drinking expensive wines. Tr [...]


    • Let me start off by saying that Historical Fiction really isn't my forte. Actually, historical facts seem to vanish from my memory bank as soon as I hear them. But I have heard of the Underground Railroad and have some if not a little knowledge of this time in history. Let me also let you know that when Mr. Donahue asked if I wanted to review his book, I was slightly leery and hesitant to accept the request because, well, the history thing. I also was hesitant because of the cover. Don't get me [...]


    • This story tells of a slave family as they try to escape the South to find freedom in the North. Kelsa is a slave on the plantation with her husband and two children, but they are treated cruelly and with hate. When a new slave on the plantation talks about running away, Kelsa begins to dream of finding freedom herself. She and her family soon escapes through the Underground Railroad, but as they flee they know that danger is everywhere, even if they reach their destination in the North. Soon sh [...]


    • It is compelling tale of hope and loss. It's about a slave family. Kelsa, along with her husban and two sons, run away to North. She hoped that her family can be free and happy there. Little did she know how hard running away would be and what perils awaits them on the way to North, to freedom.Story highlights difficulties and hardships of slaves in the South. When Kelsa hears that there are slaves who have been successful in running away from their cruel masters, she decides to flee. No one des [...]


    • The author kindly sent me a copy of his book for review. Where Freedom Rings features the Colvers, a family of slaves living on a plantation. Although a life of bondage is brutally hard to say the least, Wade and Kelsa are terrified of trying to escape, knowing all too well the dangers and repercussions they'd face if caught. But one night, Kelsa meets another slave from a nearby plantation, and her journey towards the Underground Railroad, and freedom, begins.I don't want to give too much away, [...]


    • Steven Donahue has written an excellent story of a family risking their lives to find freedom in Where Freedom Rings: A Tale of the Underground Railroad. Around every corner is a new trial or fear, which kept me turning the pages to see what would happen next and if Kelsa and her family would make it to the North. Kelsa was a strong female character who loved her family, and although afraid, she risked her life to speak up for others. I quickly fell in love with her. The story was full of action [...]


    • A good story telling about how one family had it during the times of the underground railroad and it was not easy at all. I love strong female characters and this is what Kelsa who loved her family and would do anything to make sure they were safe and out of harms way. She spoke up for others, no matter what would happen. Plenty of action throughout the book. Escaping slavery was not easy and plenty of pain went along with this and the author made me feel the heartache these characters felt and [...]


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