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  • One of my top books of 2019

    “Curiosity was a pernicious disease. It possessed me, turning me into a thrall to its own satisfaction.” Dr. Aubry Waycross, recently licensed doctor comes to Lawrenceville Georgia in the early 1800s from Savannah. He comes at the behest of the Mayor with prompting from someone who knew of him. Question is whether he should stay. Lawrenceville had it’s share of healers, but not all of them are trustworthy. Which camp will Aubry be placed in? The Winter sisters are the folk healers. Driven out of town by a shameful incident, they settled in Hope Hollow. And even with that...folks kept coming. However they manifested it, the girls were healers. They could cure the hopeless and the hope filled. When Aubry meets Rebecca, Sarah and Effie: the sisters he insists they return to town so they can work in tandem. After all, if magic is a change in perception, why not do it publicly? However, more than magic is happening as Aubry falls for one sister, and the sisters connected by their Mother’s spell, choose to begin their separation. Can they overcome their abilities? Who will win:Dr.Waycross? Rev Boatwright? Salmon Thumb? First, I must beg pardon of the author Tim Westover. I was challenged enough this fall not to read/review this until now. It is a marvelous work of historical fiction about the spreading of America. It is also sociology at looking at the positives and negatives setters of differing types bring to newly sprung villages. All in all however, it is a cracking good read that will be added to my best of the year 2 days prior to the end of 2019. I simply LOVED this book. Highly Recommended 5/5

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