It’s 1969 and Lena Thumble is torn between traditional stability and her dream of becoming a folk singer. While pursuing what she believes is her purpose under heaven, will she discover a time of peace . . . or her time to love?...
|Title||:||butterflies are free|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||469 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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butterflies are free Reviews
The summer of 1969 predates me by several years, but reading “Butterflies are Free” gave me a great feel for what it was like to come of age in such a turbulent era. Lena Thumble, the story’s protagonist, hates her parent’s plan for conformity so much that she runs away and embarks on a cross-country trip to New York; to her, a historic concert filled with protest music is far more important than marrying a banker and buying a house with a white picket fence. The journey isn’t easy, though. Lena still loves her parents, and leaving them behind also means breaking off her fledgling romance with a local reporter. Authentic, relatable stuff. Well-worth a read.
n the time of bellbottoms and Woodstock, many people wanted nothing more than to be heard. For many it was messages of world peace, for many it was the push for equality among people, but for some it was simply a desire to prevent unfair judgment cast upon them by those same people who preached equality and fairness. In Debby Lee’s ‘Butterflies Are Free’ the heroine, Lena, wants nothing more than to be heard.For the rest of the article visit: http://www.examiner.com/books-in-atla...
Debby Lee spins a sweet, heart-warming tale of a young woman who yearns to follow her dreams as a folk singer during the 60’s and the time of Woodstock. Lena Tumble learns what it means to sacrifice when the man she loves is drafted. Debby tugs at our heart-strings, and makes us rejoice in this wild ride of a young woman who is finding herself and what it means to stand for honor and country.