Island of Wings
July, 1830. On the ten-hour sailing west from the Hebrides to the islands of St Kilda, everything lies ahead for Lizzie and Neil MacKenzie. Neil is to become the minister to the small community of islanders and Lizzie, his new wife, is pregnant with their first child. Neil's journey is evangelical, a testing and strengthening of his own faith. For Lizzie this is an adventure, a voyage into the unknown. She is sure only of her loyalty and love for her husband, but everything that happens from now on will challenge all her certainties.
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Review: Island Of WingsUser Review - Goodreads
In this long novel a Scottish minister and his wife sail from the mainland to the island of St Kilda. There they begin living among the inhabitants, his new flock. The only thing in abundance is the ...
Review: Island Of WingsUser Review - Laurie Frost - Goodreads
I don't go in for historical fiction as a rule, and would not categorize this as such, although it does use as its protagonists a real-life Church of Scotland minister and his wife. What attracted me ... Read full review