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Free download Spindrift 105 Ing waterfalls and dramatic coastlines of her homeland And now in her sixty fifth year Christy has finally decided to go her mistrustful daughter Anne and beloved granddaughter Kathryn acting as companions But what Anne and Kathryn don't realise is that Christy's past is darker and textured than they could know and that in returning to Skye they will unearth bittersweet memories long buried memories that will ultimately change the course of the three women's lives foreve. Spindrift tells the story of Christy MacInnes a 65 year old woman living in Tasmania In 1905 after the death of her husband she goes back to the Isle of Skye her homeland with her daughter and granddaughter During the journey she tells the story of her younger years But there are also events happening back in Tasmania and Australia which the rest of the family has to deal withFor me what drew me to the book is the setting on Skye A line of my husband s family come from there and I have been a few times so I thought it would be very interesting to read about it from a historical angle It was uite fun to follow their journey to Skye and read about the places I ve seen myself I did learn a bit about what happened there during the Highland clearances I have always wondered why there are so many ruins of houses on Skye and in the Highlands in general and only knew part of the story The descriptions of Skye really bring it to life and I could picture it well in my head It brought me back to my holidays thereThe tagline of the book The island will always call to her is tad misleading though as only maybe a third of the book is actually set on SkyeI was very interested to read about Australia and New Zealand in the 19th century and wasn t disappointed The characters are all human with their flaws and personalitiesFrom the very beginning we are told there is a terrible secret which we don t actually learn about until the last uarter of the book It was uite well executed but I have to admit I got annoyed with the constant referring to the secret after a while tell us already I felt at the end that the secret was uite anti climatic to what I had been led to expect and a great deal of pain and worry could have been avoided had the characters been a bit honest They were really annoying by the end and I wanted to shake them and tell them to stop being so difficult But I guess that s what makes them humanThe multiple points of view worked well here although I still am not a fan of this techniue but that is just personal taste I find it very frustrating to go from one point of view to the next and to be left hanging I also tend to roll my eyes at clich s such as she let out the breath she didn t know she was holding not a 100% accurate uote but it appeared a couple of times in the book but overall I did enjoy the writing styleSo all in all I think it was a good read albeit a tad frustrating I think readers who like multiple points of view will like Spindrift better than me The historical element is what drew me to it and I wasn t disappointed so I m happy with that Disclaimer Thank you to NetGalley and uercus Books for a free digital copy of the book in exchange for an honest review More reviews on my blog Sekiro Shadows Die Twice, Official Game Guide year Christy has finally decided to go her mistrustful daughter Anne and beloved granddaughter Kathryn acting as companions But what Anne and Kathryn don't realise is that Christy's past is darker and textured than they could know and that in returning to Skye they will unearth bittersweet memories long buried memories that will ultimately change the course of the three women's lives foreve. Spindrift tells the story of Christy MacInnes a 65 Operation Warboard year old woman living in Tasmania In 1905 after the death of her husband she goes back to the Isle of Skye her homeland with her daughter and granddaughter During the journey she tells the story of her The Exercise of Vital Powers younger Sri Dasam Granth Sahib years But there are also events happening back in Tasmania and Australia which the rest of the family has to deal withFor me what drew me to the book is the setting on Skye A line of my husband s family come from there and I have been a few times so I thought it would be very interesting to read about it from a historical angle It was uite fun to follow their journey to Skye and read about the places I ve seen myself I did learn a bit about what happened there during the Highland clearances I have always wondered why there are so many ruins of houses on Skye and in the Highlands in general and only knew part of the story The descriptions of Skye really bring it to life and I could picture it well in my head It brought me back to my holidays thereThe tagline of the book The island will always call to her is tad misleading though as only maybe a third of the book is actually set on SkyeI was very interested to read about Australia and New Zealand in the 19th century and wasn t disappointed The characters are all human with their flaws and personalitiesFrom the very beginning we are told there is a terrible secret which we don t actually learn about until the last uarter of the book It was uite well executed but I have to admit I got annoyed with the constant referring to the secret after a while tell us already I felt at the end that the secret was uite anti climatic to what I had been led to expect and a great deal of pain and worry could have been avoided had the characters been a bit honest They were really annoying by the end and I wanted to shake them and tell them to stop being so difficult But I guess that s what makes them humanThe multiple points of view worked well here although I still am not a fan of this techniue but that is just personal taste I find it very frustrating to go from one point of view to the next and to be left hanging I also tend to roll my eyes at clich s such as she let out the breath she didn t know she was holding not a 100% accurate uote but it appeared a couple of times in the book but overall I did enjoy the writing styleSo all in all I think it was a good read albeit a tad frustrating I think readers who like multiple points of view will like Spindrift better than me The historical element is what drew me to it and I wasn t disappointed so I m happy with that Disclaimer Thank Down a Narrow Path you to NetGalley and uercus Books for a free digital copy of the book in exchange for an honest review More reviews on my blog

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Free download Spindrift 105 E tartan shawl closer her gaze avoiding the hated castle and all it stood for 'I don't know whether to laugh or cry' she confessed 'I've seen so many changes already that I'm almost frightened of what I'll find when we arrive ' 1905 Christy has always dreamed of making the journey from her home in Tasmania back to the wild and beautiful Scottish island where she was born the Isle of Skye nicknamed 'cloud island' by the Old Norse people to once again lay eyes on the tumbl. Thank you Goodreads for this wonderful book in exchange for a review This is a story about Christy who ventures back with her daughter and granddaughter to the place of her birthShe tells of her life with each place she visitsIt is a story that touches the heartA tale of hardship unbearable loss and a secret that Christy hoped she would never have to revealChristys past becomes entwined with her future and her family stand to lose everythingI really enjoyed this book and it has joined my other books on my to read another day shelfA wonderful story that the author has written on a blank page and created a masterpieceHighly recommended Ritual Power Healing and Community you Goodreads for this wonderful book in exchange for a review This is a story about Christy who ventures back with her daughter and granddaughter to the place of her birthShe tells of her life with each place she visitsIt is a story that touches the heartA tale of hardship unbearable loss and a secret that Christy hoped she would never have to revealChristys past becomes entwined with her future and her family stand to lose everythingI really enjoyed this book and it has joined my other books on my to read another day shelfA wonderful story that the author has written on a blank page and created a masterpieceHighly recommended

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Free download Spindrift 105 An epic emotional journey about love and sacrifice set between the magical Isle of Skye and the promising new frontier of distant Tasmania 'Oh how magnificent' Christy's granddaughter breathed as the ferry followed a curve in the water and they had a clear view of Dunvegan Castle at the end of the loch 'It's like a fairy tale castle' She turned to Christy her face radiant 'How does it feel to be home again after all this time' Christy felt the tears prick and gathered th.

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