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What the community says about The 19th Wife
- "It was a nice book and good to read.This a very interesting and informative book about the Mormons and the early formation of this religion group. I would recommend it to anyone wanting to know a little more about polygamy and how it worked or didn't work and why the Mormon church decided to abandon this practice.Gives you great insight into polygamy and it's effect on women."
- "I am not one of the people who would confidently say that I am familiar with these types of books, but I am very well open minded and have a read for myself just to see what the fuzz is all about. Judging by the positive reviews, I am sure enough to say that this book is worthy as one of the best for its category."
- "There’s a bit of time travel going on in this book, what with the historical wife of Brigham Young, and the modern day story about a young man dealing with fundamentalism. It doesn’t work completely but the failure is one of trying too much. But it’s still an enjoyable book about the topic of polygamy."
- "The 19th Wife is a historical fiction novel about Ann Eliza Young. It is filled with drama and adventure as this woman navigates life struggles. It shows her romantic life in a new light. It has a very romantic undertone that will leave you in suspense as you read through the pages."