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Daughter of Texas

Daughter of Texas A drama of a woman s life in Texas before the cattle drives before the Alamo before the legends were born When she was twelve years old the witch woman looked at Margaret Becker s hands and foret

  • Title: Daughter of Texas
  • Author: Celia Hayes
  • ISBN: 9780934955836
  • Page: 198
  • Format: Paperback
  • A drama of a woman s life in Texas, before the cattle drives, before the Alamo, before the legends were born When she was twelve years old, the witch woman looked at Margaret Becker s hands, and foretold her future in Texas two husbands, a large house, many friends, joy, sorrow and love The witch woman would not say what she saw for Margaret s younger brothers, Rudi andA drama of a woman s life in Texas, before the cattle drives, before the Alamo, before the legends were born When she was twelve years old, the witch woman looked at Margaret Becker s hands, and foretold her future in Texas two husbands, a large house, many friends, joy, sorrow and love The witch woman would not say what she saw for Margaret s younger brothers, Rudi and Carl for Texas was a Mexican colony When the Becker children were grown, war would come upon them During her life, she would observe and participate in great events She would meet and pass her own judgment on great men and lesser men as well a friend, hostess and at the end, a survivor and witness.

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    1 thought on “Daughter of Texas

    1. It was a refreshing trip back into the early days of Texas and the Becker family. This is in part some of the "backstory" to the Adelsverein Trilogy. At times it's a wild ride--like when the Battle of Gonzales happens, that ignites the war for Texas' independence. The curse goes "May you live in interesting times," and boy, did these folks ever! But the times are not what carries the story, not what makes you want to keep reading. It's the people, the family, and a look into the heart of a woman [...]

    2. I loved this book. I am a huge fan of historical fiction and enjoyed reading about Texas at the time of the Alamo and independence. It is about Race and Margaret and their struggles. it has a surprise towards the end and a sad ending. i would definitely recommend this.

    3. I started reading this and just couldn't get into it. I thought from description it was going to be something totally different. I plan to try again, in future--and will rate again at that time.

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