Galveston 1900: Indignities… The Arrangement #DBA

Book Review

Galveston 1900: Indignities

The Arrangement

I was immediately drawn into this tale as it transported me into the Texas of the 1920’s. I love it when a story can do that to me. Brown certainly has a solid knowledge of the era which is evident through her skill of storytelling and descriptions.

The characters are realistic, the events that take place are mind-blowing but equally as real, and the story not only draws you in; it keeps you captivated throughout as it tests all of your emotions.

The work is very well written and constructed. I did find a couple of minor errors, but this is still a solid five-star work.

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About Kev

Kev is an Author & Songwriter. After years of studying, and even more years working in education, and management in the US, he returned to his hometown in England where he finally settled down to focus on his writing and music. Links to his works can be found in the widget bar, and more information about them can be found on his pages above. He would greatly appreciate it if you would check them out. Kev has a M.Ed in Secondary Education with English as his main subject area. He also did post-graduate studies in Christian Counselling and Psychopathology after obtaining a BA in Psychology with a minor in Classical Greek.

9 comments on “Galveston 1900: Indignities… The Arrangement #DBA

  1. I hate spoilers, but I would like to know what kind of conflicts it explores. Is it about racism, poverty, the struggle between oil barons and ranchers/farmers? What did it challenge. Texas has a lot of amazing history. You left me curious what I aspect I will read about if I pick up this book. Why did it move you?

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    • All excellent points and something to consider next time, Sheri. I may go back to throwing in the author’s synopsis, and comment on it while maintaining my spoiler-free approach. The main struggles faced in this case are, exploitation and theft at its lowest form… stealing a baby from its family after gaining their trust, and all for financial gain.

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  2. Intriguing review, Kev. Sounds like a good read!

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  3. I like such reviews, which arouse interest in a book without disclosing much. Nice one Kev! 🙂

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    • Thanks Balroop. I’m trying to make a habit of doing just that so folks will feel the need to check out the author’s work on Goodreads or Amazon. 🙂

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