In Libertys Wake: A Novel of British America Alexandra Norland

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Published: July 13th 2015

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458 pages


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In Libertys Wake: A Novel of British America  by  Alexandra Norland

In Libertys Wake: A Novel of British America by Alexandra Norland
July 13th 2015 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 458 pages | ISBN: | 7.22 Mb

In 1763, Virginia is the wealthiest colony in British America. As the French and Indian War draws to a close colonists look forward to peace and prosperity. Loyal to their young monarch, King George III, they are proud to be British ... On aMoreIn 1763, Virginia is the wealthiest colony in British America.

As the French and Indian War draws to a close colonists look forward to peace and prosperity. Loyal to their young monarch, King George III, they are proud to be British ... On a sprawling plantation overlooking the James River, Arabella Alden lives with her family and the slaves who serve them.

Her life is one of privilege and order, yet like the river she views from her bedchamber window, the calm belies a churning undercurrent capable of sweeping away anything in its path. Spanning two decades, In Liberty’s Wake follows the Alden family and their household slaves as they encounter the challenges wrought by the American Revolution looming on the horizon.

As colonists rise up against the King, and the call for liberty gains momentum, Arabella is forced to question everything she thought to be true. As tensions escalate between Britain and the American Colonies, master and slave alike must grapple with the true meaning of liberty, ultimately making choices and seizing opportunities they never imagined they would.



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