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- Print Length: 143 pages
- Publisher: Porcupine Publications (December 17, 2011)
- Publication Date: December 17, 2011
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B006NOCETW
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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------------- The plot continues ---------------
Patrick has gained a family to care for - no mention is made of his being an indentured servant - he is family and protector.
But when news reaches him that his sister may be alive and may be an indentured servant in Savannah - he anxiously returns, enlisting the help of the Indians that they had help free so many months before.
He is able to find her ... and rescue her .... and then, before they can truly escape, they are drugged by the inn keeper that is suppose to be helping them find a ship ....
Help arrives in the most unlikely way .... from Patrick's WIFE????? I'm sorry, but you'll have to read the book, I just couldn't do the plot justice to spoil it here.
Patrick and Isaac arrive home just in time to rescue their family from the British once again, and they barely escape with their lives ... again. .... Wanting to be Free was a dangerous goal.
Now the story changes to a search for Pirate Gold - and a new way of life - and a different and more forward fight for their freedom. Loose ends are tied up, babies are born, many die, old friends are found and lost, and new friends are made and cherished. It is not for the squeamish - as the descriptions will at times leave your stomach turning.
I was delighted to find a special section at the back of the book - the author goes through each chapter separating the facts from the fiction.
This book left me breathless and heart pounding much of the time - and I thought to myself more than once that the ideas inside were dangerous then ... and just as dangerous now. It is a challenging book.
I almost gave this one 4 stars, as the ending after the climax, and after so much action .... was almost too dull. It tied up most of the loose ends, and was fairly quick, and left you with a slight question that they might be more to the story someday. But it is a chapter that was needed.