Tuesday, April 7, 2015

{Spotlight} Song of the Eagle by Mimi Martin

Song of the Eagle by Mimi Martin
Kindle Edition, 220 pages
Published September 11th 2014 by Mockingbird Lane Press


Description: Civil War is raging. A nation is torn apart. 

Fourteen-year-old Rose Rayburn's brother joins up to fight for what he believes in. On the day he leaves, he shocks everyone by inviting their slaves to eat supper with him and his family. Black and white, slave and slave-owner, everyone eats together for the first time in Rose’s life. From that day, Rose's life changes in ways she could never have imagined.

Four weeks later, Rose's brother is killed by a renegade soldier. Driven by revenge, she embarks on her quest, hurtling from one danger to the next, to bring the man to justice. She finds her courage in her brother's hat decorated with eagle feathers. Her support comes from the forces of friendship with her cousin and people she meets along the way.

Join Rose's unforgettable journey infused with action, family love, a touch of youthful innocent romance, good versus evil, mysticism,and a heart-opening way of overcoming racial prejudice. 

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About the Author:
Mimi Martin
People all over the world share a common desire to make the world a better place. On my journey to do my part, I've written an action-packed adventure novel that sheds light on racial prejudice in a way that can open hearts and dispel fears regarding overcoming racial prejudice in a way rules and regulations can not.

Packed with exciting adventures and misadventures, including outlaw attacks, a tornado, wild animals, and a touch of youthful innocent romance, "Song of the Eagle" is intended to entertain the young reader while showing that the thought-provoking, and often controversial, issues of war, revenge, intolerance and racial prejudice were just as serious, far-reaching, and impactful in our society 150 years ago as they are today.

Sometimes it is not easy to see how far we've come when we look at how far there is left to go.

I live in Fayetteville, Arkansas with my husband, Jack Mathis. We have 3 sons and 7 grandchildren. I'm a retired Registered Nurse.
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