Saturday, February 24, 2018

Book Review: Phoebe's Light (Nantucket Legacy Book #1) by Suzanne Woods Fisher

The links in this post may contain affiliate links.   When you order from something from one of my links I receive a small commission with no extra cost to you.  You can read my  full disclosure policy here. Thanks so much for helping support Vickie's Kitchen and Garden! 

Phoebe's Light (Nantucket Legacy Book #1) by [Fisher, Suzanne Woods]

Phoebe's Light (Nantucket Legacy Book #1)



My thoughts:


It's amazing to me how much I can learn about history from reading a book by Suzanne Woods Fisher and Phoebe's Light did not disappoint.  With her detailed descriptions of the surrounding area and time I felt as though I was right there on Nantucket Island in the 1700's.  The raging sea felt so real I honestly felt seasick just reading it.  Several times I had to put it down for a few minutes and start up again.  Can that really be possible?

So many great charactors kept me turning the pages but Phoebe remained my favorite.  She was a strong, caring devout Quaker.  I became so involved in her situations that I kept feeling the need at times to advise her!

The extras including the glossary of words used during that time period (like a different language), questions at the end, and the note from Suzanne at the end were a great addition and interesting to read.

This book is a great, great read!

I received this book from Revell Books and was not required to give a positive review.

Be sure to sign up for my daily email list and never miss a post!  Follow me on Twitter, Pinterest,Facebook, and Bloglovin where I share my frugal list, gardening, recipes, and more