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This book is very nicely written, has black & white photographs to embolden …, August 28, 2016. (Four stars)
By
Tim I gurung

This review is from: The Fortune Seekers Dan and Charlotte: Book One of a Series (Kindle Edition)
This book is not only a historical novel but also a history by itself and everyone who has roots from the British side must read this book. The book is very nicely written, has black & white photographs to embolden the story, and make you feel like you were traveling with them. I also learned a little piece of history, e.g. why it has anything to do with the word ‘bastards’ and I am grateful to the writer for clearing that as well. While reading this book, I couldn’t help but felt like I was watching those old Western movies when people were moving around and living a life of gypsies. It is definitely a very good book, easy but interesting reading and the highly recommended. The book is quite long though, so, prepare yourself for a long and enjoyable ride. I am not sure if it was based on true story but I genuinely felt that way.

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Fictional author, blogs and researches family trees. I write about historical families by focusing on the challenges, social issues and indiscretions that caused major disruptions in their lives. My aim is to create realistic reality to the lives our ancestors lived, bringing greater understanding to our generation. Follow The Fortune Seekers novels- Dan and Charlotte and Power and Authority. Books 3 and 4 underway. I also write as Annie Browne.