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Review: Arundel

User Review  - Bill - Goodreads

Right from the beginning, Steven Nasum's ardent description of the little corner of Maine that he calls home hooked me. He really made it sound on heaven on earth, not to me, but to a 17th century ... Read full review

Review: Arundel

User Review  - Loraine - Goodreads

As a teenager I read Roberts' March to Quebec: journals of the members of Arnold's expedition in stunned disbelief. Nearly 40 years later, I've read Arundel for the first time and have come away with ... Read full review

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User Review  - Patty - Goodreads

This is one of my favorite books, which I read many years ago. It might be considered YA. It is a historical novel set in Maine and Canada. The hero is a young man. There is romance and adventure ... Read full review

Review: Arundel

User Review  - Janellyn51 - Goodreads

I did really like this book. I came upon it because I go to Jackman Maine in the Summer and the Author William Martin who writes historical fiction and is one of my top favorite authors, commented on ... Read full review

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User Review  - Haden - Goodreads

A solid period piece that followed Benedict Arnold's assault on Quebec through the wilderness of Maine...as told from the view point of a Mainer. If you have ever driven through this part of the ... Read full review

Review: Arundel

User Review  - Mike - Goodreads

My wife read this first and told me I'd like it. And I did. I don't read a ton of historical fiction, but I was a history major and mainly focused on 17th-19th century America (well, as much as an ... Read full review

Review: Arundel

User Review  - Jim Krosschell - Goodreads

Kenneth Roberts (Kennebunk, 1885-1957) is a teenage boy's delight for his historical novels about the American Revolution. Recently, I re-read Arundel, which includes Benedict Arnold's harrowing ... Read full review

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User Review  - Niki - Goodreads

This is a historical fiction book in the time of the Revolutionary War. I really enjoyed it, but I am into that time period and it was neat to read from the perspective of a charachter really ... Read full review

Review: Arundel

User Review  - Amanda Petrucelli - Goodreads

This 1929 historical fiction novel about the American Revolution has not been made into a movie yet and I do not know why. It's a dense, academic read, but if you can read slowly and carefully, you'll ... Read full review

Review: Arundel

User Review  - Barbara - Goodreads

The town of Arundel, Maine, is home to many of the characters who follow Benedict Arnold to Quebec to battle the British. That route through the Chain of Ponds lies not far from my home in Maine, so I really enjoyed Roberts' descriptions of the territory. Read full review


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