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Results 1 – 30 of El Problema de Los Tres Cuerpos / The Three-Body Problem. 32% off La Cancion de los Maories · Sarah Lark. 30 May El so verdaderu nome, Christiane Gohl, foi reemplazáu a pidimientu de los Les sos noveles roblar colos pseudónimos de Sarah Lark y Ricarda Jordan. El cantar de los maorinos (Das Lied der Maori, ), Ediciones B. El berru de la. The Paperback of the La Isla de las mil fuentes by Sarah Lark at Barnes El caballero de los Siete Reinos (A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms).

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Y empiezo el tercero. You want very badly for Elaine’s life to work out but with Kura her success leaves more of a “that’s nice” reaction than the”thank heavens” response you have for Elaine. Maybe it would have helped if the author had drawn in a family tree in the beginning, so those of us without great memories could enjoy the book better. The second in the “Land of the Long White Cloud ” series, this novel focuses on Gwyneira’s two granddaughters.

Bajo el sol de Sannar by Judith Knigge really liked it 4. I thought the overall plot was clear and had potential. There is a lot of interesting stuff here about the Maori and their beliefs and Lark does a good job of transporting the reader back in time and in my case, across the planet.

Oh Amazon, you sure do know the way to my heart, and to my Mastercard. BUT I prefered this second book to the first one, I prefered the story and the others characters. It definitely was from a time when women were secondary to men, and the women seemed to accept that. I do appreciate the author’s explanations at the end of the book, telling why she felt it would have been too difficult and perhaps upsetting to descendants of the settlers of New Zealand had she chosen to write a standard “historical novel” account of New Zealand in the s.

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Once I got into this book it was a good story, well presented. Tengo sentimientos encontrados con este libro, no me gusto, se me ce super pesado, pero por otro ols me gusto aprender sobre la cultura mahoris. I began reading this series to remind myself of the beautiful country of New Zealand. La isla de las mil fuentes Jamaika 1 by Sarah Lark 4. Las olas del destino by Sarah Lark 3.

En la tierra del fuego by Carla Federico 3. At the end of book everything seem to end abruptly and into a nice and tidy conclusion. It definitely was from a time when women were secondary to men, and the women seemed to accept that.

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You want very badly for Elaine’s life to work out but with Kura her success leaves more of a “that’s nice” reaction than the”thank heavens” response you have for Elaine. La mirada de la loba blanca by Claire Bouvier 3. As in the first book, the female characters continue lks be strong, while the men are psychologically weak — misogynists, alcoholics and very weak gay characters.

I think this is a good book for anyone who enjoys historical fiction and would like to learn about New Zealand. I could actually have diagramed it when I was through, and I could have drawn up character sketches for each of the main players.

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Want to Read saving…. Oct 23, Sue rated it liked it Shelves: I enjoyed it but it didn’t have the breadth and depth of the first. The author did, however, fill out the characters in such a manor that compels the reader to care about the plight and future of each character. On the oth It took me at least the first one hundred pages before I could begin to like this book. Perhaps I will find out whether this was a durable HEA in the third volume of the trilogy.

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I am really enjoying the characters but especially the history of sheep barons and coal mining. Not because it wasn’t good but because I had read the first book a while ago and there was no explanation of characters to help me remember who was who and what was what, just references to past storylines. Refresh and try again. I think this is a good book for anyone who enjoys historical fiction and would like to learn about New Zealand.

On the oth It took me at least the first one hundred pages before I could begin to like this book.

Back from Africa by Corinne Hofmann 3. I began reading this series to remind myself of the beautiful country of New Zealand.

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Kura is the daughter of Paul, Gwyneira’s son by Gerald after the rape and killed at the end of the first book, and Marama, a Maori tohunga. This is sarwh breaks Elaine’s heart and makes the cousins enemies. It was very difficult to follow the relationship between the characters of the first book and their descendants in this book.

Some plot elements were wrapped up too neatly. La isla de las mariposas by Corina Bomann really liked it 4. The descriptions of the landscape — geographically and socially — of late nineteenth century New Zealand serve as far more than the backdrop for the story.

Dec 07, Debra rated it liked it. In this book we follow Elaine and Kura who are Gwyn and Helen grand daughters.