The Brothers Path

Here we go! I will be looking for readers and the first four people who raise their hands and promise to write a review on Amazon (it does NOT have to be positive so you DON’T have to say “I’ve written this positive review in exchange for a free book” ) can have, uh, a free book. They’re not “out” yet — probably by July 10.

Works by Martha Kennedy

The Brothers Path will soon be available for sale as paperback and Kindle! Watch this space!

The world-shattering tumult of the Protestant Reformation enters the Schneebeli household when Rudolf Schneebeli is born two months early and dies a few minutes later without being baptized, and so begins Martha Kennedy’s new novel, The Brothers’ Path.

The Brothers’ Path is set in Affoltern am Albis, a Swiss village near Zürich, between 1524 and 1531. It chronicles the lives of the six Schneebeli brothers, Heinrich, Hannes, Peter, Conrad, Thomann and Andreas. Each brother navigates his own path through, around or directly into the deadly drama of Huldrych Zwingli’s reformation.

Like Wolf Hall,The Brothers Path looks at the Reformation, and actual historical figures feature in the novel, among them Huldrych Zwingli, leader of the Reformation in Switzerland, and Felix Manz, a founder of the Anabaptist movement. However, The Brothers’ Path centers on…

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  1. […] Early this year I finally (after thinking about it for 35 years!) (no REALLY! it took me THAT long) got around to going to the San Luis Valley for the crane migration. I spent 3 days in Monte Vista and at the National Wildlife Refuge looking at and photographing birds and a little time hanging with my writer/artist friend Martha . […]

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