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Charles Towne (Keepers of the Ring #5)

4.12 of 5 stars 4.12  ·  rating details  ·  165 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Concluding the Keepers of the Ring series, Hunt follows the exploration and colonization of America and the spread of the gospel to both colonists and Native Americans.
Paperback, 432 pages
Published April 1st 1998 by Tyndale House Publishers
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For real, I read this in a day, maybe 3 1/2 hours, and the writing was very poor, though it maybe deserves 3 stars based on its grounding in facts. However I was so constantly thrown off by the writing, trains of thought that pick up out of nowhere, I found myself skipping large sections when it didn't make sense rather than frustrate myself trying to figure it out. I suppose I'll just chalk this one up to historical research of my own.
Jeni Enjaian
A review from my old blog (of the whole series) ...

Oh. My. Word. This series is incredible! Of Hunt's three historical series I have to say that this is my absolute favorite.

This series explores the relationship between the English and Indian during the colonial period. The main characters, after the first book, are for the most part of biracial which allows Hunt to explore the choices that such a person would have to face... whether to be English or to be Indian.

At the same time some of the mos
Joan Burgett
Charles Towne is a WONDERFUL book and completes "The Keepers of the Ring" series. I was sad to see the story end but know that the Bailie's faith in God continued for generations. Angela Hunt has opened my eyes to the treatment of the Indians, black slaves, and hypocrisy which many, many people held then ... and now. But more than that ... the majesty, greatness and faithfulness of our God.
As usual, I loved this book, too. The library tells me that there are only FIVE books in this series, so sadly, I must say "farewell" to this wonderful saga. I highly recommend these historical novels, but they are hard to find.
Sorry to have completed the last in the series. The characters were real. Although fiction I imagine so much is true I felt it was a well researched story.
Brenda Williams
If you like history you will love this series
My favorite in the series!!
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