[Reading] ➷ A Light to My Path (Refiners Fire, #3) By Lynn Austin – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk

10 thoughts on “A Light to My Path (Refiners Fire, #3)

  1. says:

    AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH STAHP DOING WHAT YOU ARE DOING RIGHT NOW EVERYONE AND READ THIS AMAZING THING THAT IS THIS BOOK JUST READ IT Because it s so good AND IT WILL KILL YOU Maybe just keep clear away from it Best be safe rather than sorry But really THIS TRILOGY THIS TRILOGY THIS TRILOGY SHOULD SHUT UP IT S TOO GOOD Like, just STOP being so ridiculously amazing and BE BADWow Naomi has never beendramatic in her entire lifeSOME OF THE GOOD THINGS ABOUT THIS BO AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH STAHP DOING WHAT YOU ARE DOING RIGHT NOW EVERYONE AND READ THIS AMAZING THING THAT IS THIS BOOK JUST READ IT Because it s so good AND IT WILL KILL YOU Maybe just keep clear away from it Best be safe rather than sorry But really THIS TRILOGY THIS TRILOGY THIS TRILOGY SHOULD SHUT UP IT S TOO GOOD Like, just STOP being so ridiculously amazing and BE BADWow Naomi has never beendramatic in her entire lifeSOME OF THE GOOD THINGS ABOUT THIS BOOK 1 The shocking realism Th...

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    These books are amazing I love how Lynn Austin does the three books Candle in the Darkness, Fire by Night, and A Light to my Path, each in a different perspective during the Civil War A white woman from the South, a white woman from the North, and a male and female slave living in the South They all impacted me in different ways because I saw different ways of thinking, whether they were for slavery or not They all also did something for the cause, whether it be nursing, spying, making unif These books are amazing I love how Lynn Austin does the three books Candle in the Darkness, Fire by Night, and A Light to my Path, each in a different perspective during the Civil War A white woman from the South, a white woman from the North, and a male and female slave living in the South They all impacted me in different ways because I saw different ways of thinking, whether they were for slavery or not They all also did something for the cause, whether it be nursing, spying, making uniforms, or fighting A Light to My Path probably impacted me the most, being from the perspective of slaves I kn...

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    I had to read the last book in the series, even though I didn t really have high hopes for this book Good thing about that My hopes were raised The first half read like a completely different author It was riveting Definitely my favorite from the series, and I was SO happy to see what came of Grady Grady and Anna were realistic characters Their hopes and their sorrows felt real I love how different Grady and Anna were Grady s hatred toward slavery and being different from white men is r I had to read the last book in the series, even though I didn t really have high hopes for this book Good thing about that My hopes were raised The first half read like a completely different author It was riveting Definitely my favorite from the series, and I was SO happy to see what came of Grady Grady and Anna were realistic characters Their hopes and their sorrows felt real I love how different Grady and Anna were Grady s hatred toward slavery and being different from white men is revealed in all his words and actions, while Anna lives content with her lot as maid to Claire don t get me started on her.I love how you see wicked black and white people, and then on reverse good black and white people It goes to show that all mankind is accountable before God no race is inferior to another And Grady, as much as he hated the racism against his race, had the same issues in his heart against the white people The battle scenes were fascinating, although a lo...

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    I would say this is the best book in the series It was touching, very real and taught so much about God s love through slavery It is easy to pick on the bad things people have done to you but we never realise how much we ve done to others, most especially G...

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    I started this series loving book one I found it well balanced between both Northern and Southern views and it packed a lot of Scripture As the series progressed, though, I found that all of that diminished until it seemed like there was only a Northern abolitionist viewpoint portrayed with weak Scriptural content I know that sounds harsh, but maybe in essence I was disappointed.Before I go into detail, though, I did like reading about Anna and Grady I felt like it portrayed a realistic v I started this series loving book one I found it well balanced between both Northern and Southern views and it packed a lot of Scripture As the series progressed, though, I found that all of that diminished until it seemed like there was only a Northern abolitionist viewpoint portrayed with weak Scriptural content I know that sounds harsh, but maybe in essence I was disappointed.Before I go into detail, though, I did like reading about Anna and Grady I felt like it portrayed a realistic view of slavery in that families were separated At the same time, I felt like it also gave a biased slavery viewpoint They ...

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    A Light to My Path is the third book in the Refiner s Fire series For the series overall, I really liked how the author focused on a different aspect of the civil war in each book The first book is about a southern woman that is a Union sympathizer The second book is about two women and their role near on the battlefield and this final book was the perspective of two former slaves.A Light to My Path tells Grady s story that had a limited amount of time in the first novel Grady is very angry A Light to My Path is the third book in the Refiner s Fire series For the series overall, I really liked how the author focused on a different aspect of the civil war in each book The first book is about a southern woman that is a Union sympathizer The second book is about two women and their role near on the...

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    I just finished this book and i really enjoyed it I loved how the different characters and their circumstances drew them closer to God and all of the courage and encouragement was shared in ways that could be understood by everyone There were true testimonies of how even though it was hard to believe God was with everyone even in the struggles they were going thru I love how Grady forgave Massa Fletcher and accepted the money for his son s be...

  8. says:

    The second book of the series is definitely my favourite of the three, but I loved this one too The series concludes with a very powerful message that true freedom comes from God and through His forgiveness.

  9. says:

    Buddy read with Aerykah D

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    Story Description Refiner s Fire Book 3 Kitty, a house slave, always figured it was easiest to do what she d always done obey Missy and follow orders But when word arrives that the Yankees are coming, Kitty is faced with a decision will she continue to follow the bidding of her owners, or will she embrace this chance for freedom Never allowed to have ideas of her own, Kitty is overwhelmed by the magnitude of her decision Yet it is her hope to find the happy ever after ending to her lif Story Description Refiner s Fire Book 3 Kitty, a house slave, always figured it was easiest to do what she d always done obey Missy and follow orders But when word arrives that the Yankees are coming, Kitty is faced with a decision will she continue to follow the bidding of her owners, or will she embrace this chance for freedom Never allowed to have ideas of her own, Kitty is...

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