About the Book
Book: Train to Laramie
Author: Andrew Roth
Genre: Historical Fiction
Release Date: August 30
Runaway! Tess flees her lecherous stepfather but takes the wrong train, arriving in Laramie. This end of tracks town bursts with workers building the Transcontinental Railroad, striving to lay the rails that will connect a nation. Threatened by outlaws, Tess is helped by Brett Calloway, a tie cutter for the Union Pacific. But when her stepfather locates her and joins the outlaws terrorizing the region, will her newfound faith in Christ be enough to guide Tess through the danger?
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The American West has always fascinated me with ruggedly beautiful landscapes and the indomitable spirit of the pioneers. When building the Transcontinental Railroad, nothing could stop the people from their goal. This innovation and tenacity has shaped our soul, our character as a nation. This deep sense of perseverance encourages me through the tough times we face today.
To our God and Creator, able to transform lives and redirect paths. Thank you, Savior.
“. . . And I will build you up again and you will be rebuilt.” –Jeremiah 31:4
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Train to Laramie is the first book I have read by Andrew Roth. It definitely will not be the last. I thought this book was a pretty good read. I enjoyed the historical details that made me feel as though I was part of the story. It was great going along with the adventures beside Brett and Tess. It was such a fun journey and entertaining to getting to know the characters. I hard time putting the book down. I had the whole tale read in two nights.
Train to Laramie is getting four and a half stars from me. I would love to read more like this one by Andrew Roth in the future. I recommend this one for readers who enjoy clean historical fiction. It is definitely worth a read.
I received Train to Laramie from the publisher. This review is one hundred percent my own honest opinion.