The Road from Chapel Hill

  • by Joanna Catherine Scott
  • Narrated by Karen White
  • 11 hrs and 27 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Eugenia Mae Spotswood, the daughter of a failed aristocrat, longs to regain the life she lost. The slave Tom wants one thing: freedom. After becoming the property of Eugenia Mae, a dangerous affection grows. But he learns freedom is not something she can give him - he must fight for it himself.
Clyde Bricket, the farm boy responsible for Tom's capture, has always believed in the South. But he soon learns that sometimes the only way to redeem yourself is to fight against everything you thought you believed in.


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Life during the Civil War

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Entertaining, interesting and Enjoyable

Story of how 3 lives intersect right before and during he Civil War.

Eugenie Mae Spotswood, Naive about the world and sets unforeseen consequences into motion when she frees Tom.
Tom, a slave
Clyde Bricket, a boy who changes his view on slavery throughout the story and the son of Toms former owner.

Eugenie ends up becoming a member of the Hero's of America or a red string, the underground railroad for rebels against the war. Helping to take care of injured soldiers.
Tom was freed by Eugenie, ends up becoming a scout for the Union army.
Clyde even though he believes in the ways of the south he ends up fighting with the Union Army
The story follows each of them through this time period in their life and the ways in which each of their lives are changed.

It was heartbreaking listening to Tom trying decide on a last name.

Absolutely hated the ending.

Karen White did a great job with the narration as usual. Her character voices are great. Nice voice very easy to listen to. Always enjoyable listening to her narration.

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- Lori

Civil war behind the scenes

Is there anything you would change about this book?

The content was somewhat weak and I hated the ending.

What do you think your next listen will be?

Enforcing home and avenging home. by A American

Have you listened to any of Karen White’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

No I have not listened to Karen White before however she did a great job in with this book.

Did The Road from Chapel Hill inspire you to do anything?

Love thy neighbor.

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- Marla

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-24-2016
  • Publisher: Crossroad Press