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  • Title: Chains of Freedom
  • Author: Jess Mountifield
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 358
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Kaihaitu has been trained for leadership since she was a small child but nothing quite prepared her for the arrival of the British Redcoats When they build their new fort right by the Maori fishing grounds and refuse to allow access to the Maori people there are very few options for Kai to take.With her father dead and other villagers sick she has to make a choice betweenKaihaitu has been trained for leadership since she was a small child but nothing quite prepared her for the arrival of the British Redcoats When they build their new fort right by the Maori fishing grounds and refuse to allow access to the Maori people there are very few options for Kai to take.With her father dead and other villagers sick she has to make a choice between her heart and her head.
    Chains of Freedom Kaihaitu has been trained for leadership since she was a small child but nothing quite prepared her for the arrival of the British Redcoats When they build their new fort right by the Maori fishing gr

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    1. Chains of Freedom by Jess Mountifield is a romantic story set in colonial New Zealand Our heroine Kai is the leader of a peaceful hunting tribe which gets increasingly bullied as unworthy savages by the British Red Coats Kai is not married and instead of falling for the Maori man that would be the perfect match for her she develops first feelings for one of the British Colonels and later, when there is an almost state of war between British and Maori, she gets drawn in by a group of Pirates who [...]

    2. A lovely story from a different point of view Kai is a young woman in charge of her tribe Conflicts with the nearby British fort cause her people hardship, and she struggles to keep them fed Her feelings for one of the redcoats only complicate things Relations with the redcoats go from bad to worse, when a group of pirates show up Kai sees them as her people s salvation, but they take advantage of her youth and inexperience.I enjoyed experiencing Kai s feelings and emotions as she shoulders resp [...]

    3. This is a very well written and enjoyable book, which I m extremely glad I took the time to read The characters are well developed, and the plot moves forward at a good pace.

    4. I received a copy of this for an honest review, so here goes Positives An Interesting story line about a Maori tribe leader, trying to save her tribe from the hands of various threats and invasions.Good plot curve, with a satisfying beginning, middle and ending.A strong female lead character she was kick ass in some parts of the story, and I would have liked to have seen of that from her see negatives I have thought about this book repeatedly since I finished reading it.Negatives Not enough wor [...]

    5. I found this novella to be very interesting while at the same time, quite hard to get into It was very intriguing and you got to know a great deal about the difficulties facing the lives of the Maori during the time period I appreciate the fact that Mountifield didn t try to fit lots of unimportant details into this novella Considering the short length of the story this would have greatly distracted from the storyline The author walked the perfect line between relevant story details and irreleva [...]

    6. Chains of Freedom An interesting book about a Maori tribe that has to learn how to live with invaders in their land Not only British soldiers but also problems from an entirely different kind arrive.Chains of freedom is well written and the story is easy to follow It shows the problems that arise when cultures clash and the dangers that can arise when misunderstanding and miscommunication are piled on top of each other Mrs Mountifield has done her research for this book, the Maori characters rea [...]

    7. Chains of Freedom is a great title for this book What it emphasises to me is that all FREEDOM has a price Freedom is also confining if one is loyal to that caiuse.The setting is in historical New Zealand among the wonderful Maori people.It is tastefully written abd written well There is staeady drama and action.In the muddle it slightly dragged for awhile which kept it from being a perfect story and novel This is adifferent twist to Historical Romance.

    8. Engrossing story of Kai, a Maori girl, and her struggles to help her village survive against British troops.

    9. Kaihaitu is the leader of a Maori village, and is under pressure to marry but she prefers the company of her two Capuchin monkeys to the suitors in the village Nearby is a British settlement, the Redcoat fort and Brits and Maori live side by side in an uneasy peace Both sides claim the land, and need its fruits and meat to survive but neither are happy Yet despite their differences, Kai and Major Samuels find some common ground especially in their hearts Unfortunately, their love affair is doome [...]

    10. I really struggled to finish this book The writing style was quite simplistic and the book could have used a lot editing The dialogue was very bland and one of the biggest problems I had with the dialogue was that there was no emotion to it There was nothing investing me to the story line or the characters.I would have liked a little history on the disputes between the tribe and redcoats I found there wasn t enough world building, which probably one of the reason I wasn t very attached to any [...]

    11. I was given this book by the author in return for an honest review.A fantastic tale of the interaction between the Maori and the Redcoats, as the redcoats try taking over the Maori s land.Just as Kai the Maori leader thinks she is getting somewhere with Samuels a captain with the redcoats in steps the pirate Captain Daniel who twists things and uses Kai s naivety to his own use and attacks the redcoats with help from the other two ships in his fleet and the Maori tribe After the attack Kai reali [...]

    12. Jess Mountifield Chains of Freedom An interesting and entertaining read that makes you think about things from the Maori tribes perspective when the British Redcoats started expanding onto their land Well written, with good character development, I loved the way the story came together Kai, in her naivety, made some bad mistakes but in making them right again showed her strength and love for her people The book shows depth and feeling throughout, helping the reader imagine the story as it unfold [...]

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