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The Daughter's Walk

By Jane Ann Kirkpatrick


Based on a true story. In 1896 a mother and daughter walk from Spokane to New York City to earn a wager that would save their family farm. They followed the railroad tracks and succeed...but are two weeks late. Upon their return, the daughter changes her name and separates herself from her family for 20 years. This is a book about family schisms, grace and reconciliation between mothers and daughters on the road that takes us home.

Book Takeaway:

Family is important and family schisms are worthy of working on to bring reconciliation to one's heart and soul.

Why the author wrote this book:

The adventure intrigued me and the separation of Clara from her family afterwards made me want to explore family misunderstandings and what it takes for reconciliation to occur.


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