Leaving Ireland

Leaving Ireland

Large Print - 2003
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Hoping for a better future, Gracelin O'Malley sets sail from her beloved Ireland -- a journey that takes her to a world far different from anything she's ever known. After surviving the difficult voyage, she learns firsthand that harsh reality of immigrant life, and finds solace in the friendship of a runaway slave.
Publisher: Waterville, Me. : Thorndike Press, 2003
Edition: Large print ed
ISBN: 9780786251919
0786251913
Branch Call Number: LP F Moo

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Nov 27, 2012

Slow moving at times, but a good book about the dire situation in Ireland and the conditions of emigrants in the U.S.(early 1800's). Interesting how the repression of Ireland by English is compared to the slavery in America. Well developed cast of characters. This is a series, which I found out after starting this second book. No problems starting in the middle. Will probably go back and read the other two, because this subject is one of my favorites, UK historical fiction. Love it!

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