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The Fire Blossom (The Fire Blossom Saga Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- Book 1 of 2 in The Fire Blossom Saga
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About the Author
Sarah Lark, born in Germany and now a resident of Spain, is a bestselling author of historical fiction, including the Sea of Freedom Trilogy and the In the Land of the Long White Cloud saga. She is a horse aficionado and former travel guide who has experienced many of the world’s most beautiful landscapes on horseback. Through her adventures, she has developed an intimate relationship with the places she’s visited and the characters who live there. In her writing, Lark introduces readers to a New Zealand full of magic, beauty, and charm. Her ability to weave romance with history and to explore all the dark and triumphal corners of the human condition has resonated with readers worldwide.
Kate Northrop grew up in Connecticut and studied music and English literature in the United States and the United Kingdom, until she decided to try out life as a musician. Her travels took her to the German-speaking part of Switzerland, where she has lived since 1994 with her Swiss husband and their two bilingual children. She now works as both a professional translator and lyricist. She has been translating for over fifteen years and runs her own literary translation business, www.art-of-translation.com.
- File Size : 1970 KB
- Publication Date : August 13, 2019
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publisher : Amazon Crossing (August 13, 2019)
- Print Length : 589 pages
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B07N86BYV4
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #4,647 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I read a comment that I would also like to use “history is best told this way, as a story rather than a list of facts – it helps us to remember why it was important”. and I agree – (I might have got better grades in History many years ago)! Sara Lark translates well – I think she’s got a good back-up team!
From next Year in NZ it is going to be compulsory to study the history of New Zealand – if its not done in an uplifting way, I think young minds will ‘switch off’ and that’s not how history should be told – I’d recommend Sara’s books to schools if I could. H’m maybe I’d get ‘shot down in flames’!
Dreams of owning tracts of land to farm on, as promised by their recruiter, don't come to fruition as promised. The Germans are forced to live with established settlers while problems are being sorted All the land is owned by the Maori tribes, who have learned not to trust settlers.
After arriving in New Zealand we meet more important characters such as Chris and Cat who are also trying to find their way. Can Ida survive her forced abusive marriage? Will these beloved characters find the peace and freedom they came in search of? Read to find out!
I hope there will be more books about early New Zealand. I've ensure that I am a follower of Sarah Lark in order to be among the first to purchase any of her books. She is, from my perspective, incredibly talented!
I really enjoyed the first part of the book because of that.
I also love the New Zealand history and the accuracy of the mentioned events. I think history is best told this way, as a story rather than a list of facts. It helps us to remember why it was important.