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Kindle Õ Sugar Island â Sanjida O'Connell 1859 Unrest is brewing in the South as Emily an actress from England arrives in Georgia to begin life with her new husband Charles On arriving Emily realises that Charles has been keeping a terrible secret from her he is a slave owner On the sur Although this is a hard book to read in terms of subject matter and the infuriating opinions of those in favour of slavery this book is brilliantly written and the plot and characters held my interest through to the very end

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Sugar Island Epub Í 344 pages Download × 1859 Unrest is brewing in the South as Emily an actress from England arrives in Georgia to begin life with her new husband Charles On arriving Emily realises that Charles has been keeping a terrible secret from her he is a slave owner On the surface Emily appears to reconcile herself to his way of Face Emily appears to reconcile herself to his way of life whereas in reality she finds herself irrevocably caught up in the lives of the slaves befriending them and helping them in secret But as civil war threatens Emily's world becomes increas Disappointed with this book as it had a lot of potential with interesting themes Set in the American civil war an English girl marries an American only to discover later that he was a slave owner She battles in her marriage and also for freedom of the slaves This story is based on a real life character and real events which I always like in an historical novel Unfortunately it didn't hold my interest and feel it was because the writing was weak

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Sugar Island Ingly divided and dangerous and she realises her secret could cost her everything Set against the brilliantly realised backdrop of the months leading up to the American Civil War Sugar Island is a story of freedom and of loyalty in a time of cha A pretty poor story overall no character development plot was weak at the best of times Didn't really feel that even though Emily 'cared' about setting the slaves free she couldn't care less about the individuals themselves Give it a miss