This is a wonderful book and especially if you enjoy history. I enjoyed it but really am not a history buff but it is a wonderful story about brothers and their life. My favoirte parts are how they share the gospel with friends and see them come to know the Lord
I think the brothers, Alex and Abel, are wooden. Everything that is said and done, they are always agreeing with Alamo. It gets to be kind of boring. Not that I want them to argue, but it doesn't have to said all the time. Also, why does Angela, Libby, and Vivian have no children?