Children of Liberty

Kobo ebook | October 1, 2012

byPaullina Simons

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From Paullina Simons who brought you the unforgettable The Bronze Horseman comes the much-anticipated Children of Liberty. “Never forget where you came from.” At the turn of the century and the dawning of the modern world, Gina sails from Sicily to Boston’s Freedom Docks to find a new and better life, and meets Harry Barrington, who is searching for his own place in the old world of New England. She is a penniless unrefined immigrant, he a first family Boston Blue-blood, yet they are hopelessly drawn to one another. Over their denials, their separations, and over time, Gina and Harry long to be together. Yet their union would leave a path of destruction in its wake that will swallow two families.

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From Paullina Simons who brought you the unforgettable The Bronze Horseman comes the much-anticipated Children of Liberty. “Never forget where you came from.” At the turn of the century and the dawning of the modern world, Gina sails from Sicily to Boston’s Freedom Docks to find a new and better life, and meets Harry Barrington, who is...

Format:Kobo ebookPublished:October 1, 2012Publisher:HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERSLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0007484038

ISBN - 13:9780007484034

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Wonderful, breathtaking read It is the turn of the century, dawn of a new time, beginnings of a new society and a world of revolutionary thinking. The details are excellent. Emerging freedom of the people, and a moving away from the Victorian time. Dawning of the individual. And Gina, fifteen, newly landed from Italy, meets Harry and Ben, young men of tradition and business. She is a thunderbolt of genuineness, young hope, resourcefulness, and beauty. And everything that Harry and Ben ever knew or believed in will change.....don't want to say too much! But for me this was a read that gathered suspense, momentum, anticipation, dread, love, betrayal, unimaginable loss, societal power, and wonderment, such that I both savored every page and sighed when it was over. Left me reeling with the implications of the finish.
Date published: 2014-04-20
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Children of Liberty Disappointed at first, but when I realised it was the prequel to Bellagrand I was a more forgiving. Bellagrand is a bit better but nothing compares to The Bronze Horseman.
Date published: 2014-01-05