Island of Wings

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House of Anansi, Sep 19, 2011 - Saint Kilda (Scotland) - 304 pages
23 Reviews
Exquisitely written and profoundly moving, 'Island of Wings' is more than just an account of a marriage in peril - it is also a richly imagined novel about two people struggling to keep their love, and their family, alive in a place of terrible hardship and tumultuous beauty.
  

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User 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

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User Review  - Juliet Wilson - Goodreads

In 1830, Neil MacKenzie is the new church minister to St Kilda, the most remote part of the United Kingdom. He and his wife Lizzie start a new life in the small community on the island, where they ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
5
Section 3
43
Section 4
113
Section 5
197
Section 6
211
Section 7
223
Section 8
241
Section 9
279
Section 10
301
Section 11
310
Section 12
314
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