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The Traitors By William Stuart Long,

  • Title: The Traitors
  • Author: William Stuart Long
  • ISBN: 9780440181316
  • Page: 116
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • In the midst of bloodshed and rebellion a new generation struggled to be bornThrough hearbreak and tragic loss they had fashioned a new life in the land of their exile But even now they could not rest securely The courage of beautiful Abigail Tempest, newly arrived sixteen year old heiress to a vast land grant.e mettle of Justin Broome, with his father s adventurouIn the midst of bloodshed and rebellion a new generation struggled to be bornThrough hearbreak and tragic loss they had fashioned a new life in the land of their exile But even now they could not rest securely The courage of beautiful Abigail Tempest, newly arrived sixteen year old heiress to a vast land grant.e mettle of Justin Broome, with his father s adventurous blood running hot in his veinse loyalty of Andrew Hawley and the passionate faith of Jenny Broome all would be tested to their very limit A new generation struggled to put down roots in precarious soil as treacherous forces defied king and country, threatening to destroy everything the settlers had sacrificed so much to build.
    The Traitors In the midst of bloodshed and rebellion a new generation struggled to be bornThrough hearbreak and tragic loss they had fashioned a new life in the land of their exile But even now they could not rest

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    1. The Traitors is the third is a fairly long series commonly referred to as The Australians Former convict Jenny Taggert is back, still trying to make a go of the land but prices are sky high after the flooding of the Hawkesbury River, and currency is in short supply, making rum the coin of the realm with The Rum Corps keeping that commodity fully under control really, it s too hard to explain, go to the Wiki link if you want to know The old governor is out, and William Bligh is in yes, that Will [...]

    2. Maybe the magic is wearing off I didn t quite get into this installment of the Australians as much as the previous two The focus is really on Governor Bligh towards whom my feelings are totally ambivalent even though he unquestionably did right by the free settlers and emancipists who thought highly of him.I think the struggle between Bligh and the Rum Corps, led by Macarthur who comes across as thoroughly unlikeable, was inevitable but I kept hoping that popular support would save him I don t k [...]

    3. Finished finally, but it was worth the time This is the third book, and continues the lives of the people who first settled in Australia s harsh, unforgiving wilderness I love these books because of the fiction mixed with fact So enjoying learning of place names, geographical names, and how these hard working pioneers carved out a life for themselves.

    4. The Traitors by William Stuart Long is 3 in his The Australians series I believe this is the 3rd book of this series that I ve read but not necessarily in the right order Since I have been to Australia several years ago, I really enjoy reading about how the country was populated and the lay of the land I thoroughly enjoyed the story line and the characters Abigail Tempest, Jenny Broome, Andrew Hawley and Justin Broome However, when the story shifted to in depth accounts of the rebellion between [...]

    5. Continuing on in The Australians series Thoroughly enjoying learning the history of early Australia, though must admit, the politics of the infant colony were not as enjoyable to read, as the personal lives of the fictional characters On to book 4 of this 12 book series I had to scour to find used paperback copies of this seriesd now have them all.

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