Victory with Valor by Barbara Robison (Book Review #1046)


Victory with Valor is a political fiction set in 1866. The story begins with Carrie taking a train to California. Her husband is ill with a fever, and before she gets there, she learns that he has passed on. Grief takes over her loss, and life isn’t the same for her. We slowly watch Carrie begin to heal and find a purpose in her life.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

I was intrigued when Carrie began to fight for her suffrage and attended the National American Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA). Her personality was admirable, and the story was enjoyable to read. The book is filled with historical facts, and the literature was written well.

Carrie’s character really pulls the story together, and it is effortless to bond with her character. The detailed descriptive nature of the story was a pleasant addition to the storyline.

I recommend this book to historical fiction fans and those who like to read political fiction.

Written Jeyran Main

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3 Comments on “Victory with Valor by Barbara Robison (Book Review #1046)

  1. I really enjoyed this book (and not just because I designed the cover!). Travel and communication was difficult a century ago, making the work that the suffragists did all the more incredible. They faced so many obstacles and just kept moving forward.

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