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Number of Pages: 432
Vendor: Bethany House
Publication Date: 2004
Dimensions: 8.38 X 5.5 (inches)
Availability: In Stock
Series: Refiners Fire
Kitty, a house slave, has always obeyed Missy Claire and followed orders. But when word arrives that the Yankees are coming, Kitty is faced with a decision. WiIl she continue serving Missy Claire and her household? Or will she listen to Grady and embrace this chance for freedom? Even wise Delia says Kitty has to decide for herself--that nobody except the Lord can tell her which way to go.
Kitty has always lived in a world where authority is not questioned. She never has learned to make up her own mind any more than she has learned to read or write.
But now Kitty has a daunting choice: How does she want her story to end?
Diane Maurer5 Stars Out Of 5September 9, 2010Diane Maurer
This book ties into the first book in this series and I like that!! It is insightful why the African Americans had such anger against the white people and it is understandable. What I also found uplifting in this book is how some of the African Americans resolved their anger and hatred and tried to teach this to others. We all need this encouragement to look at people as God does
Betty5 Stars Out Of 5July 20, 2009Betty
This book has so many issues that have faced many people in this nation. It matters not what the circumstances we find ourselves in, God in his all knowing power will work and show us the path if we but listen. I would like to see another in this series. Grady and Anna had come so far. I could see Grady ministering to his people and showing God's love in a very unique way.
Lindsey5 Stars Out Of 5May 4, 2009Lindsey
A Light to my Path was an amazing book. Many times I was in tears for the pain and suffering the characters went through! How could we white people be so inhumane? So cruel? Though in the end I was a bit disappointed that Grady couldn't get over his anger issues, though over all it's a captivating story!
Anneka5 Stars Out Of 5September 25, 2007Anneka
This is an awesome book. I can't imagine how humans can treat other humans in such a way, but I guess history spells that out over and over. I couldn't help but think that it's no wonder that there's often still a divide between races in North America -- look how we've treated one another. Hopefully we can learn from our mistakes.
Alisa3 Stars Out Of 5July 1, 2007Alisa
I thought the overall story was an interesting one. Though Lynn Austin tried to depict her moral of the story, it didn't reveal as well as it could have. The ending was reasonably good, but it left a sense (to a non-Christian) that money solves all anger problems. That is also an annoying thing about her story, Grady never seems to resolve his hatred and frustration. The relationship between Grady and "Kitty" doesn't appear as one of true love. Austin almost writes it as one of dashingly handsome or beautiful looks. Not a good foundation for marriage. I think of this story as well written, but open-ended in moral resolves.