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Cast two shadows was amazing book full of suspense Ann Rinaldi uses an amazing sense of knowledge throughout the book about the Revolutionary War The main character Caroline is very strong headed she is brave enough to go fetch her brother home who is injured she get to bond with her real grandmother after she finds out a surprising secret about her brother she does the same At home Colonel Rawden is in her house, but come to find out he is in love with Carloines sister Georgia Ann and she Cast two shadows was amazing book full of suspense Ann Rinaldi uses an amazing sense of knowledge throughout the book about the Revolutionary War The main character Caroline is very strong headed she is brave enough to go fetch her brother home who is injured she get to bond with her real grandmother after she finds out a surprising secret about her brother she does the same At home Colonel Rawden is in her house, but come to find out he is in love with Carloines sister Georgia Ann and she loves him back This is an amzing story that I recomend to everyone Historical fiction about the South during the American Revolution This one is definitely a YA novel I liked the book I especially like that Rinaldi tells you at the end what is fact and what id fiction I think the main female character is much stronger than the females in the other Rinaldi novels I have read and that contributed to my enjoyment of the book I read this because I am deciding on its suitability for the 3rd 5th grade library I found it in I will be moving this one to the mid Historical fiction about the South during the American Revolution This one is definitely a YA novel I liked the book I especially like that Rinaldi tells you at the end what is fact and what id fiction I think the main female character is much stronger than the females in the other Rinaldi novels I have read and that contributed to my enjoyment of the book I read this because I am deciding on its suitability for the 3rd 5th grade library I found it in I will be moving this one to the middle school library Violence especially between family members, extramarital sex though not graphically written , lying to the world about the origins of the main character This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This book is about a girl named Caroline Whitaker This fourteen year old is growing up during the Revolutionary War Caroline s father is a rich plantation owner, but hes in jail After her father gets out of jail, Lord Rawdon invades the Whitaker s house and moves in As a result, Caroline, her mother and her sister move into a room upstairs One night when they were all eating dinner the general says that the food is horrible Caroline says that her grandmother can cook very well so the gen This book is about a girl named Caroline Whitaker This fourteen year old is growing up during the Revolutionary War Caroline s father is a rich plantation owner, but hes in jail After her father gets out of jail, Lord Rawdon invades the Whitaker s house and moves in As a result, Caroline, her mother and her sister move into a room upstairs One night when they were all eating dinner the general says that the food is horrible Caroline says that her grandmother can cook very well so the general sends her off to find her After Carline found her grandma, and they were headed back, a woman stops them and tells them that Johnny Caroline s brother was injured They head over to where Johnny was said to be and they find him there with his manservant, both having smallpox After Caroline s grandma got her brother healthy enough to leave they deicide to head back on their was back they see a woman named Just Agnes, who is very very sick, so they put her in they back of the wagon with Caroline On their way back, they pass by soldiers who are looking for Johnny, and while they didn t recognize him, they were searching for weapons and they didnt want the soldiers to get the wrong idea of why Just Agnes was screaming in pain So Caroline covered her up in the blanket so that she wouldnt be as loud When they got past the soldiers and they uncover Just Agnes they find that she is dead Caroline feels very guilty but her grandma hugs her and tells her that it s not her fault They return home and Johnny lies to the general and tells him that he was never a spy He even said that he will now spy for the british After dinner, he says he must leave immediatly and that his sister, mother and Caroline must do the same Later that evening the general calls for Georgia Ann their sister At the end of the book it states that she was never found This book takes place during the American Revolution, in 1780 The main character is a girl named Caroline, her rebel father has been arrested and her brother is fighting for the British She learns her brother has been injured and takes her grandmother , Miz Meindy to go to his aid Caroline has an extremely selfish sister, Georgia Ann, who very much caresabout herself and the way she looks than her her family She is being courted by a British colonel, Rawdon I think this book is writt This book takes place during the American Revolution, in 1780 The main character is a girl named Caroline, her rebel father has been arrested and her brother is fighting for the British She learns her brother has been injured and takes her grandmother , Miz Meindy to go to his aid Caroline has an extremely selfish sister, Georgia Ann, who very much caresabout herself and the way she looks than her her family She is being courted by a British colonel, Rawdon I think this book is written to show how much family means to some and how little it means to others People will go out of their way to show how much they care, while others show they don t care at all Another great Rinaldi Someadult themes in this one, but handled tastefully, as always I wasn t sold on the ending, but I devoured the book pretty quickly it was one of those books where I actively looked forward to reading it when I wasn t, which seems to be a thing with Rinaldi books I m glad I read it Also, though, I have to point out that I rather thought that Georgia Ann had a point when she called Johnny out on Nepoya, especially when the ending came around I mean, I know it Another great Rinaldi Someadult themes in this one, but handled tastefully, as always I wasn t sold on the ending, but I devoured the book pretty quickly it was one of those books where I actively looked forward to reading it when I wasn t, which seems to be a thing with Rinaldi books I m glad I read it Also, though, I have to point out that I rather thought that Georgia Ann had a point when she called Johnny out on Nepoya, especially when the ending came around I mean, I know it was a little different, since Johnny at least actually cared about Nepoya, butStill and Yet It was an amazing book Caroline was a very strong, independent and brave character She wanted to take care of her family, and I think that she kind of stepped in to be the substitute dad, since he was put in jail She took care of her mother not real mother and even though her sister is older, Caroline actsmature She had the guts to stand up to Colonel Rawdon when no one else did Caroline and her almost brother saved a lot of people, but it was all thanks to Caroline, because she It was an amazing book Caroline was a very strong, independent and brave character She wanted to take care of her family, and I think that she kind of stepped in to be the substitute dad, since he was put in jail She took care of her mother not real mother and even though her sister is older, Caroline actsmature She had the guts to stand up to Colonel Rawdon when no one else did Caroline and her almost brother saved a lot of people, but it was all thanks to Caroline, because she tricked Colonel Rawdon to let her fetch her almost brother even though he had betrayed Rawdon Rawdon didn t know this at the time I was browsing the shelves when I found this book Usually, an author sticks with the big events of the American Revolution, but Rinaldi sets this book in the south Caroline, the main character, is 14 years old and sees how the war has separated her family s loyalty, as well as how it has affected her friends The British have taken over her family s plantation her father is thrown in jail for supporting the patriots the brother is fighting for the British She sees some horrors on both sides I was browsing the shelves when I found this book Usually, an author sticks with the big events of the American Revolution, but Rinaldi sets this book in the south Caroline, the main character, is 14 years old and sees how the war has separated her family s loyalty, as well as how it has affected her friends The British have taken over her family s plantation her father is thrown in jail for supporting the patriots the brother is fighting for the British She sees some horrors on both sides and learns some secrets about herself as well At some points, the reading is a little dry Overall, a good book, though, YA readers who like historical fiction This is a different approach to the story of the American Revolution told from the viewpoint of the South, a much different war than that fought in the North Caroline Whitaker witnesses her best friend hanged, her father taken to prison, and her brother fighting the Loyalists while she and her mother and sister are forced to stay upstairs in their home while the rest of their home is being occupied by a British colonel The story is exciting and made me appreciate the price paid for our freedom This is a different approach to the story of the American Revolution told from the viewpoint of the South, a much different war than that fought in the North Caroline Whitaker witnesses her best friend hanged, her father taken to prison, and her brother fighting the Loyalists while she and her mother and sister are forced to stay upstairs in their home while the rest of their home is being occupied by a British colonel The story is exciting and made me appreciate the price paid for our freedom, a freedom we take much too lightly Another great Rinaldi Every time as I pick up a book to read off of my juvenile shelf, I almost groan because so many juvenile books are either poorly written or not interesting to an adult But Rinaldi never fails to draw you in from the start and make you a silent character in the story In this one, I was Caroline s shadow as the American Revolution in South Carolina caused this young teenage girl to grow up quickly As my usual habit, I ll not give away any spoilers you should read the sto Another great Rinaldi Every time as I pick up a book to read off of my juvenile shelf, I almost groan because so many juvenile books are either poorly written or not interesting to an adult But Rinaldi never fails to draw you in from the start and make you a silent character in the story In this one, I was Caroline s shadow as the American Revolution in South Carolina caused this young teenage girl to grow up quickly As my usual habit, I ll not give away any spoilers you should read the story for yourself and live every scene as new, just as Caroline did Rinaldi is a gifted writer, and as the About the Author page states, is a self made one Rinaldi never attended college but learned her craft through reading and writing She was a newspaper columnist who learned the art of finding a good story, capturing it in words, and meeting a deadline Rinaldi s books mostly center on American historical personalities, ones she developed an interest in as she helped her son participate in historical reenactments From there she began researching the large and the small parts of a particular person, event, or both In all the books I ve read by Rinaldi, her protagonist is a fictional young teenage female who comes of age through the historical events Very particular historical events may not have actually happened, and some of the main story characters are only loosely based on actual people, yet it is quite likely events such as those did What this does is put flesh on the bones of history history becomes real and alive Instead of words written on paper as facts that the reader is dissociated from, these words become real people with deep feelings who have to live the event Rinaldi teaches history to her reader vicariously If you decide to read some of her books, always treat yourself before and after the story to Rinaldi s Author s Note usually found at the end of the book She clarifies for the reader parts of the story the actual from the invented ^DOWNLOAD BOOK ⇵ Cast Two Shadows: The American Revolution in the South ☠ In South Carolina in , fourteen year old Caroline sees the Revolutionary War take a terrible toll on her family and friends, and comes to understand the true nature of war