Uncle Tom's Cabin - Harriet Beecher Stowe Book Reviews
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)