To be honest, I don’t know what I expected from this book. Something to take me to another place for a few hours maybe, but what I got was so much more. I found myself fully engrossed in this story and with the characters who broke my heart a few times. Fortitude is defined as courage during pain or adversity, this books shows what fortitude looks like in a way that is relatable and imaginable. Claire is one of the most amazing characters I have read in a long time, she shows what all good heroines should; empathy, bravery, and of course fortitude. I don’t usually read books like this, from this time period because it just breaks my heart but this is a great example of why we should be reading this material. This opened my eyes to not only this incredible writer but to a topic that I’m eager to dive into more. I am looking forward to seeing just how far Carrie Dalby will go in the book world.
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