Uncle Tom's Cabin - Harriet Beecher Stowe - Harriet Beecher Stowe

Uncle Tom's Cabin

  • Release Date:     ISBN: 40772721392613643
  • Book Genre: Historical
Uncle Tom's Cabin - Harriet Beecher Stowe Book Score: 4.5 0 5
4.5 star
2,140 Ratings

Uncle Tom's Cabin Book Summary

The story focuses on the tale of Uncle Tom, a long suffering black slave, the central character around whose life the other characters.



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  • Great (Big Barn 1)

    “So this is the little woman who started all this fuss. “ Abraham Lincoln. Wow. Living at that time in history, I surely would have been roused to action. I’ve seen depictions in movies and read much about Lincoln but this, to my recollect, is the first time I’ve red this novel. Incredible.
  • Life Changing (Kathy Hardee)

    This is the best book I’ve read in a very long time. I’m not sure why I haven’t read it sooner. It’s a call to all Christian men and women to stand up for those who can’t stand up for themselves. In this book, the atrocity is slavery. In today’s world, it’s abortion. We must pray, begging God to stop the violence among us.
  • A truly beautiful book. (Gebby today)

    An important book too, even today.
  • Uncle Tom's Cabin, by Harriet Beecher Stowe (Standing for Jesus)

    One of the best books I have ever read! The writing is most excellent; the reading, engaging; and the moral challenge, powerful!!
  • Uncle Tom’s Cabin (Georgiana912)

    An amazing author and amazing book. A thorough look back at our country’s dark history. The author is honest and is not afraid to call out the faults of our nation & make all sides accountable for this unforgettable, inhumane cruelty: slavery.
  • Uncle Toms Cabin (Tobyxz234?)

    I had heard many bad comments concerning this book and after reading this for myself have to wonder why all Americans of all races do not now look back at this time by reading this book. It is full of encouraging scripture and will touch the heart of anyone who takes it up to read. It gives us a small glimpse at that time and also allows us to witness not just the despicable Simon Legree and other people and the atrocities that were committed but also gives a window into the hearts of the true heroes we would never otherwise have know. Great read!
  • Revolutionary!!! (Ochem Champ)

    I have never read an author who understood humanity so well and presented a just view.
  • Timeless classic with a message of reform of injustice that resonates throughout the centuries (Aguedes28)

    A must read
  • Uncle Toms Cabin (VBaby8)

    This was a very good read.
  • Uncle Tom’s cabin (Rsaclarion)

    Loved it. Kept me totally engaged throughout.
  • Big Barn 1
    5 stars
    Great. “So this is the little woman who started all this fuss. “ Abraham Lincoln. Wow. Living at that time in history, I surely would have been roused to action. I’ve seen depictions in movies and read much about Lincoln but this, to my recollect, is the first time I’ve red this novel. Incredible.
  • Kathy Hardee
    5 stars
    Life Changing. This is the best book I’ve read in a very long time. I’m not sure why I haven’t read it sooner. It’s a call to all Christian men and women to stand up for those who can’t stand up for themselves. In this book, the atrocity is slavery. In today’s world, it’s abortion. We must pray, begging God to stop the violence among us.
  • Gebby today
    5 stars
    A truly beautiful book.. An important book too, even today.
  • Standing for Jesus
    5 stars
    Uncle Tom's Cabin, by Harriet Beecher Stowe. One of the best books I have ever read! The writing is most excellent; the reading, engaging; and the moral challenge, powerful!!
  • Georgiana912
    5 stars
    Uncle Tom’s Cabin. An amazing author and amazing book. A thorough look back at our country’s dark history. The author is honest and is not afraid to call out the faults of our nation & make all sides accountable for this unforgettable, inhumane cruelty: slavery.
  • Tobyxz234?
    5 stars
    Uncle Toms Cabin. I had heard many bad comments concerning this book and after reading this for myself have to wonder why all Americans of all races do not now look back at this time by reading this book. It is full of encouraging scripture and will touch the heart of anyone who takes it up to read. It gives us a small glimpse at that time and also allows us to witness not just the despicable Simon Legree and other people and the atrocities that were committed but also gives a window into the hearts of the true heroes we would never otherwise have know. Great read!
  • Ochem Champ
    5 stars
    Revolutionary!!!. I have never read an author who understood humanity so well and presented a just view.
  • Aguedes28
    5 stars
    Timeless classic with a message of reform of injustice that resonates throughout the centuries. A must read
  • VBaby8
    5 stars
    Uncle Toms Cabin. This was a very good read.
  • Rsaclarion
    5 stars
    Uncle Tom’s cabin. Loved it. Kept me totally engaged throughout.
  • Rosypooh
    5 stars
    Uncle Toms Cabin. One of the best books I've ever read. I think this book should be mandatory reading at every middle and high school in the USA. Always.
  • Sly gray
    4 stars
    Uncle Tom's Cabin. I was moved by this account of the slavery trade. The author's description of every day life of the slaves, their hardships, sorrow, and strong Christian faith was so realistic. I felt such sadness for the slaves and their families. I would highly recommend this classic.
  • Chris Ogden
    4 stars
    Uncle Tom's Cabin. I shall always think of the "slur" of calling someone an Uncle Tom in a totally new light. As the main character of this tale, I was quite impressed with Tom as a man of great integrity, faith, honor, and courage. One should take it with great pride to be called an Uncle Tom. Harriet Beecher Stowe gives us many faces with which to now associate the institution of slavery. Before reading this book, I thought of this time period in such an abstract sense. I am thankful to now have a fuller understanding and share some of the feelings of shame that we should have about this part of our history.
  • Neveragain12
    1 stars
    Review. Started reading this cuz I wanted to. Very dry.
  • Choco ND
    5 stars
    I cried!. I don't really know where my family originates because of the slave trade. We are so far removed from this time period but it's effects are still so presently evident. I am just so sorry I did not read this book sooner.
  • Shy Vio1et
    4 stars
    Revisited as an adult. As a child required to read this I didn't understand the message the author was relating. Now as a wife and mother, I can appreciate the plight of the slave and even the loving Mistress. It begs the question of my journey, where have I enslaved someone in my mind or heart that has caused my words or actions, against their spirit, to "beat them down or keep them from becoming more". And to ask my own spirit how can I have the self sacrifice of Uncle Tom and know the joy, peace, and see the glory of God through all I endure.
  • Stevie applesauce4008
    5 stars
    Sad. It's so sad how mean people can be to other people. Humans are so mean.
  • Wagels
    5 stars
    Uncle Tom's Cabin. A heart wrenching story. There is no animal on the face of the earth as cruel as a human.
  • n9newriter
    5 stars
    Magnificent. A beautiful narrative in the sense of both theme and romance; sheathed in an eloquence that is as gripping in the context of modernism as it was in the turbulence of the times. This is a must read--and I do not label it as such lightly.
  • Daisyki
    5 stars
    My new favorite author!!!. What a famous book! But why didn't anyone make me actually read it in HS??? We only had to know the title for a history test....But only in reading it will you see it's value! Wow! I had heard that this book sugar coats parts of the times back then, but it is written exactly as needed to sway the hearts of those with power to make a difference! Could not put this down! Awesome book! God's Word is the same then and now and very beautifully used in this book. All Christians should read!

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