"Sarah's Song" by Vicky Whedbee



It’s the 1940’s in rural East Tennessee, Appalachian country. For most everyone there is only work, and possibly church, if there’s one nearby. People rise before the sun is up, work hard, go to bed early, and rest in church on Sunday. Little chance for much else to happen. Right?

So, why would keeping one little secret for over sixteen years be so important? What could possibly have happened that could change the lives of so many people, if the secret were to be revealed?

There are only three people alive that know the answer to that question. For now.

This story is well-written and told in a way that brings the reader full circle to divulge all secrets. The book is called Sarah's Song, but Jericho's story touched my heart as much as Sarah's did. This tale is worth reading. Unforgettable characters with distinct roles and hardships make you want to keep reading to see how their situations unfold, and I have already downloaded the second book. I can't wait to continue the journey. I would recommend this series!