Freedom's Song
  • Published:
    Jun-1995
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    Print
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Learning about her people's struggles in America, Amanda Smith, an English gentlewoman of African descent, meets embittered former slave Jacob, who is running for his life for taking his young daughter from her slave master.

A heart of hope.

Amanda Smith was born in Africa, but raised in London by her aunt, where she let the rather sheltered life of a proper English lady. Moved by the plight of the American slaves, she headed for a new world, and found her people faced with dangers and trials she had never imagined. A spirit of fire. Embittered by the death of his wife, the former slave, Jacov, was on the run after kidnapping his young daughter from slavery, and was bound for a life of freedom on the frontier. Nothing could change the past that scarred his soul. Until Amanda showed him a passion to live for, and a new and dignified life to believe in.

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    • First Edition
    • Jun-1995
    • Jove
    • Mass Market Paperback
    • ISBN: 0515116319
    • ISBN13: 9780515116311

 


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