Orphan Train epub
Orphan Train epub ebook
Author: Christina Baker Kline
Publish Date: (2013)
Publisher: William Morrow
Pages of Book: 278 pages (This may be different)
Genre: Literature, Fiction, Friendship
If this novel doesn’t break your heart then nothing perhaps will- In the most part of the novel, humanity’s negligence when it comes to treating its own self is shown, such coldness to children who are human beings and deserve better. Orphan Train is author Christina Baker Kline’s masterpiece, she has attached a part of her deepest sentiments with the novel, you may compare it to quicksand for a reader; struggle is counterproductive. The novel was published in 2013 and is one of my favorites.
The history of the basis of the novel from the trains that ran regularly from cities of the east coast to the farm lands of the Midwest that carried thousands of orphans; who had not yet found any homes and their fates were dependent on blind luck; thus given the name “Orphan Train.” The narrative revolves around such a certain child, Vivian Daly, her resilience and courage. This is a story of a young woman and an old one who both understood each other, one is 91 years old and she has a past with the Orphan Trains, as they grow closer the young one and the old discovers that they are not very different. They both find answers that have haunted them all their lives, it is one of the most moving novels I have ever read in my entire life.
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