Dec. 6, 2017 on Amazon | 4 stars out of 5
By Ivan Hecimovic
Format: Kindle Edition
That Woman: Beating the odds in Colonial New York is a novel written by Wayne Clark. In this novel, we read about a young woman named Sarah da Silva and her life journey as she suddenly is kidnapped and forced to be and to live a life of a servant.
The novel starts with short introduction of Sarah’s life. We read about her father Gabriel and his warning about his impeding danger of becoming a bankrupt man. All this adds even more to the overall “I want to read more of it’’ element of the novel, which is something crucial for everyone who wants to write at least a “readable’’ novel.
Another thing I like about this novel is the atmosphere. Everything, from the very beginning, is very tense and serves as a good intro into the life story of something that will be a life-telling drama story of a young woman trying to survive in a world filled with vices, sins, and injustice of every possible kind.
Things that I like most about this novel are the atmosphere and how the entire story was told. Therefore, I give this book 4.5 out of 5. Fantastic work!