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Ribbon of Fire #2020

Ribbon of Fire It s and the population of Skye is already greatly depleted by the Highland Clearances and likely to suffer from absent landlords and their greedy factors Alasdair Stewart finds himself caught u

  • Title: Ribbon of Fire
  • Author: Allan Campbell McLean
  • ISBN: 9780863154102
  • Page: 442
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ribbon of Fire By Allan Campbell McLean, It s 1884 and the population of Skye is already greatly depleted by the Highland Clearances, and likely to suffer from absent landlords and their greedy factors Alasdair Stewart finds himself caught up in the rebellious activities of the menfolk, as they fight to keep their homes and their traditional way of life But all actions have consequences as Alasdair finds oIt s 1884 and the population of Skye is already greatly depleted by the Highland Clearances, and likely to suffer from absent landlords and their greedy factors Alasdair Stewart finds himself caught up in the rebellious activities of the menfolk, as they fight to keep their homes and their traditional way of life But all actions have consequences as Alasdair finds out to his cost Why is it that all their plans seem to be known to the authorities Is there a traitor among the rebels Doesn t the landlord want peace and prosperity for the land Hidden for days in the wildest and most remote part of the island it looks like there is no hope for the people of Skye, until the landlord s proud and spirited daughter chances upon their hideaway with near fatal results

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    1. The narrator of this story is sixteen year old Alasdair, who s life in the small village in Ireland is forever changed by the events which a threatening letter posted in the newspaper against the laird, explodes into motion There are many characters come through, from his one armed valiant father, the stirring leader Lachlann Ban, crippled and bitter Seumas Crubach, and the lovely and temperamental Fiona Not only does Allan McLean have a way with describing the enchanting green island in word pi [...]

    2. This book has been on my shelf for years Before sending it to Goodwill, I thought I would read a chapter or two or It s going back on my shelf The language is much richer than most modern fiction for young people If readers are willing to see past the Gaelic spelling of names and a few expressions, they will find an thrilling adventure story, graphic portrayal of culture and powerful themes of freedom, loyalty and justice.

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