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Ebony Arose
Vicky J. Siegrist
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Ebony Arose

1.67 of 5 stars 1.67  ·  rating details  ·  3 ratings  ·  3 reviews
106 pages
Published 2009 by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc
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Jul 23, 2010 Terry rated it 1 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: a young adult
i received a complimentary copy of Ebony Arose as a member of the Dorrance Publishing Book Review Team. Visit to learn how you can be a member of the Book Review Team. Although. I would like to give credit to this author on her first book I must admit that it did not hold my interest. I had difficulty getting interested in the beginning and found myself reading the first 4-5 pages several times to try and pique my interest. I found the story line creative but confusing and ...more
Ebony Arose. Vicky J. Siegrist. 2009. Dorrance Publishing. 106 pages.

Ebony Arose by Vicky J. Siegrist is the story of a young girl who escapes death and runs away from her abusive father with hopes of starting a fresh new life, free of pain. After the initial hardships that come with running away, Ebony Arose is welcomed into a new family who love and care for her as she deserves. Many years later as a teenager, Ebony is blessed with finding true love and is about to marry handsome, rich Nichola
Stephanie Ziegler
Aug 21, 2012 Stephanie Ziegler rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommended to Stephanie by: Dorrance Publishing Co.
For the book being a short read, so much was jam-packed into it. It had my head spinning and made my head hurt trying to remember everyone’s names and what their relationship is to Ebony. This book reminds me of a girl in the foster care system many, many years before the system was put into place (we’re talking horse and wagon on wagon trails days). What I found so remarkable about the main character of Ebony is that even though she went through so much pain and loss, she is so strong and brave ...more
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