Posted by Maureen on September 05, 1999 at 09:21:36:
In Reply to: Re: Into the Wilderness posted by Trish on August 23, 1999 at 08:00:18:
: : This is really a coincedence, Susan. Just the other day I wandered into our local audio books rental store, looking for some historical romance (a new interest of mine- I like to listen to books while I sculpt and these are the sort where I don't have to concentrate toomuch), any way I was looking for some stories about hunky Native men and I saw this tape called Into The Wilderness and thought I'd give it a try. Wasn't I surprised to hear the characters- "Hawkeye" and his son, "Nathanial" come up in the story...? Then I was even more surprised when just today , when I mentioned it to Marcia, she informed me that it was supposed to be a sequel to LOTM. I had never heard of it before.
: : And now you say your reading it. What do you think of it ? I like it so far, course, I 'm no literary critique, but it's interesting and certainly romantic and I find it fun to seehow the author imagined how things could have developed, had the story continued.
: : Happy reading,
: : Adrienne
: I just finished "Into the Wilderness". WONDERFUL!! So wonderful that I went searching for more of Sara Donati, here online, and discovered this board. Nice to find that there are so many others like myself. I am part Cherokee and part Black Foot (with English and Irish). Alot of wars in my past?
: Does anyone know when "Dawn on a Distant Shore" will be out? I'm so looking forward to the continuation of Elisabeth and Nathaniel that I want the hardback copy. Can't wait for paper back. Would appreciate any info.
Dawn on a Distant Shore is due out in March 2000 according to Amazon.com. I'm looking forward to it.
By the way, if you haven't read Diana Gabaldon's Outlander, I bet you will like it if you liked into the Wilderness.
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