Book Review: Katharina: Deliverance

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Katharina: Deliverance

by Margaret Skea

Historical Fiction , Literary Fiction

Pub Date 18 Oct 2017

I am reviewing a copy of Katarina: Deliverance through Sanderling and Netgalley:

It’s Germany 1505

At only five years old and after the recent death of her Mother Katerina’s Father and Step-Mother place her into a convent in Brehna.  Katarina would never again see her Father.

Sixty five miles away at Erfurt in Thurgina a promising young law student Martin Luther turns his back on law in order to become a monk.

In 1523 on an Easter Sunday Katarina and Marin Luther would meet, a meeting that would change the course of their lives and reverberate through Christianity even to this day.

This novel offers a fascinating portrayal of Katarina Van Bora, the wife of Martin Luther.

I give Katarina: Deliverance five out of five stars!

Happy Reading!


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