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Reviewed by Jennifer Ibiam for Readers' Favorite
Allen Winthrup and his two brothers, Paul and Chet, were orphans who had a ranch in their names. However, their uncle Barnaby was their guardian and executor. One day, Barnaby claimed to find some precious metals on the land and set off for San Francisco to arrange an extraction. Months later, no one heard anything from Barnaby. Was he alive or dead? Was there foul play? Unfortunately, Captain Grady, who coveted the Winthrup ranch, seized upon Barnaby’s absence to cause the young boys trouble. The boys had not a penny to their names and didn’t know their uncle’s whereabouts. So how could they stand up to the shady and dangerous Grady? Follow Allen, Paul, and Chet as they fight to secure their home and find their uncle in Brothers Three by C. W. James.
Brothers Three by C. W. James is a captivating novel based on survival, responsibility, courage, crime, loss, and triumph. I also loved the brilliant plot, storyline with depth, and beautiful character development. The three boys (Allen, Paul, and Chet) were stars in this story. They had distinctive characters, maintained their individuality, yet held it down for each other. I felt sad for Allen, wanting to shield his brothers from stress when he was but a child himself. My heart could not take the level of helplessness that plagued the boys. However, I appreciated the community spirit shown by Ike, Wampole, and Dottery. I learned that no man is an island, and we all need each other. Learn to ask for help and distribute the weight because you shouldn’t carry all the burdens on your shoulders. Thank you, to this talented writer, for this beautiful book.