Waiting for Time

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Breakwater Books, 1994 - Canada - 232 pages
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A twentieth-century descendant of the Lavinia of Random Passage, Lav rediscovers the power of her heritage and a courage she didn't know she possessed. Waiting for Time, the sequel to inte ational best-selling novel Random Passage by Be ice Morgan, continues the saga of the inhabitants of Cape Random. It also tells the story of today’s Newfoundland – a place where the past overshadows the present and shapes the future. This is the story of lonely, unplanned jou eys, of courage and pride, of loss that must be endured again and again until we understand the nature of the path we have taken and the place at which we arrived.
 

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User Review  - MoniqueMcN - LibraryThing

Waiting for Time picks up on the descendents of the 19th century Cape Random, Newfoundland families (Random Passage) living in urbanized cultures of the late 20th century. It takes the story to the ... Read full review

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User Review  - refashionista - LibraryThing

This book continues the journey of one woman trying to find her roots and intertwines it with the story of another trying to put some down. Back and forth between the early settling of Newfoundland ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
42
Section 2
77
Section 3
94
Section 4
108
Section 5
124
Section 6
135
Section 7
148
Section 8
180
Section 9
189
Section 10
231
Section 11
237
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A twentieth-century descendant of Lavinia, from Bernice Morgan's bestselling novel Random Passage, Lav rediscovers the power of her heritage and a courage she didn't know she possessed. Waiting for Time continues the saga of the inhabitants of Cape Random. It also tells the story of Newfoundland – a place where the past overshadows the present and shapes the future. This is the story of lonely, unplanned journeys, of courage and pride, of loss that must be endured again and again until we understand the nature of the path we have taken and the place at which we arrived.

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