Rachel's Hope (Rachel Trilogy #3)

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Age Range
11+
Release Date
September 21, 2014
ISBN
9781927583425
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The third book in THE RACHEL TRILOGY, Rachel's Hope begins in 1905 San Francisco, where Rachel is torn between the old world and the new. She receives disturbing news about Sergei, still in Russia and seemingly trapped there by his involvement with the revolutionaries. Rachel works as a maid and attends classes at night to learn English, and meets a vibrant Russian-Jewish journalist, Anna Strunsky, who introduces her to the idea of women's rights. But just as Rachel feels as if she can begin to belong in two different worlds, the great San Francisco earthquake hits. Forced to live in a tent in Golden Gate Park for months, after losing her flat during the quake, Rachel fears she'll never achieve her dream of attending university and becoming a journalist. And back in Russia, Sergei, exiled for taking part in the 1905 Moscow insurrection, begins to lose hope in ever getting to America and seeing Rachel again.

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