Passage Home

Passage Home Like the sea she loved Adam Gaunt was a compelling force sweeping Rachel Dean far from her proper home in Victorian England to the wild American frontier on an adventure beyond compare Hers is a jou

  • Title: Passage Home
  • Author: Alison McLeay
  • ISBN: 9780380715329
  • Page: 236
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Like the sea she loved, Adam Gaunt was a compelling force, sweeping Rachel Dean far from her proper home in Victorian England to the wild American frontier on an adventure beyond compare.Hers is a journey of daring dreams and driving passions a breathtaking passage across oceans and a vast continent Touched by tragedy, tested by scandal, she meets the challenge to survivLike the sea she loved, Adam Gaunt was a compelling force, sweeping Rachel Dean far from her proper home in Victorian England to the wild American frontier on an adventure beyond compare.Hers is a journey of daring dreams and driving passions a breathtaking passage across oceans and a vast continent Touched by tragedy, tested by scandal, she meets the challenge to survive with a will that carries her beyond her dreams, to claim the magnificent promise that is a woman s greatest triumph.

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    1. So no one so far has reviewed this book yet, so I thought I would take a quick shot.I love this book beyond reason. I read it as a young kid and I have loved it ever since. It is one of my all time favorite books.The characters are written with such depth and go through some skillfully written, realistic, and well thought out changes. They have their faults and flaws, they have their dreams and hopes, but ultimately they are subject to the rules of the society they are living with.Characters are [...]

    2. Passage Home by Alison McLeay is a good, interesting portrayal of one woman's experiences in the 19th century world she inhabited. Themes center around the inhibited and limited lifestyle of a woman born into the upper class. She is not equipped or expected to do anything and yet circumstances demand that she learn or starve. The novel ends in a satisfying manner which shows that true love is often born of learning to overcome and forget hard things in order to experience a worthwhile life. I en [...]

    3. A novel that takes place during the nineteenth century. A coming of age for the main character Rachael. A dose of adventure and romance, love and hate, poverty and riches, travel.#Historicalfiction #Romance #adventure #Newfoundland #AmericanWest #Liverpool #1800,s

    4. Very good read. I like the characters, and the way they are portrayed without cliches. I also like the way McLeay takes her time to tell the story, fleshing it out without just hurrying from one dramatic scene to the next.

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