Voices Beckon, Part 1:The Voyage

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Voices Beckon, Part 1:The Voyage

Voices Beckon Part The Voyage The year is Passengers are swarming the Bristol quay anxiously awaiting the call to board David Graham a Scot indentured for the next six years to a Philadelphia printer waits among them as d

  • Title: Voices Beckon, Part 1:The Voyage
  • Author: Linda Lee Graham
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 456
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The year is 1783 Passengers are swarming the Bristol quay, anxiously awaiting the call to board.David Graham, a Scot indentured for the next six years to a Philadelphia printer, waits among them, as does Elisabeth Hale, a young Englishwoman making the passage with her father, and Liam Brock, an orphaned Scot with a dubious past and a keen eye to his future.Thrown togetherThe year is 1783 Passengers are swarming the Bristol quay, anxiously awaiting the call to board.David Graham, a Scot indentured for the next six years to a Philadelphia printer, waits among them, as does Elisabeth Hale, a young Englishwoman making the passage with her father, and Liam Brock, an orphaned Scot with a dubious past and a keen eye to his future.Thrown together despite differences of class and religion, the three forge an unwavering bond of friendship, love, and loyalty while aboard the brig Industry.This 37,000 word NOVELLA 145 print pages is the first of three parts of the full length novel, Voices Beckon.

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    One thought on “Voices Beckon, Part 1:The Voyage

    1. Misfit on said:

      Wow what a surprise for a Kindle freebie! This is the first part of a full length novel, and I would not look at this as a stand alone. You can purchase in three parts, the first one being free (smart move Mr. Graham, you hooked me into buying the rest), or as a single novel. The story begins in 1783 as the ship Industry is preparing to sail for Philadelphia and there are several various groups who come together on the ship, including David Graham who has been apprenticed to a Philadelphia print [...]

    2. Amanda on said:

      I am not the biggest fan of historical romances, and they often take me a while to read. Just as others before it, Voices Beckon called to me in the beginning and I found myself losing interest as the tests of time go on. Which is not necessarily to be held against the author, as Voices Beckon is beautifully written. History just has to be your thing, and it's clearly not mine. It is set against the backdrop of a rich early American background, and I would recommend it as a smart, well researche [...]

    3. Sabrina on said:

      What a surprisingly beautiful book. I received this free from B&N. With over 200 pages on a nook, I'm surprised this was called a novella, but regardless of how's it labeled I am really glad I had an opportunity to read it.This is a coming of age book between 3 teens en route to the new America. Don't let the cover scare you, there is none of that going on as our characters are in their early teens. Written so wonderfully - I could feel the passion rippling off of David and Elisabeth. I embr [...]

    4. Christy on said:

      I really liked this story. It wasn't full of excitement and adventure, but it was a nice story from both the hero and heroine's perspectives. I liked this story of crossing the Atlantic and the promises and tribulations that crossing represented. I also liked the dynamic on the ship - the mingling and yet steadiness of social divisions that foreshadowed American social structures. I was a little frustrated by the way gender roles and expectations seemed so fickle. The characters constantly refer [...]

    5. Minx -The Genre Minx Book Reviews on said:

      lol, do not let the cover fool you. No real sexy times in this book. having seen the movie titanic as reminiscent of that. I truly enjoyed reading it and will have to at some date read the next part.

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