The Tide Between Us: An Epic Irish-Caribbean Story of Slavery & Emancipation (English Edition)Beautiful scenery Very good read I have just started "to read this book far it is very interesting thats all I can say at the moment Got swept "read this book so far it is very interesting thats all I can say at the moment Got swept this saga immediately A real eye opener too was not aware that Irish people were sent to Jamaica to be treated no better than slaves

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the story I loved obviously well researched historical facts here The characters were well developed and rounded The second story was ver. Prospers he acuires land he sees his coloured children freed after emancipation as he takes s on a multi generational historical saga Eventually Art is promised seven gold coins for seven decades of service He doubts his master will part with the coins The morning Art sets out to claim his gratuity he ignores his sense of foreboding that he may not return home alive Ireland One hundred years later a skeleton is discovered beneath a fallen tree on the grounds of Lugdale Estate By its side is a gol. Was pleasantly surprised by the author s careful "treatment of the sensitive topic of slavery Very well done I enjoyed this book immensely Fast read hard "of the sensitive topic of slavery Very well done I enjoyed this book immensely Fast read hard put down fantastic prose it s obvious she spent a great deal of time researching Jamaican history I will definitely recommend to friends Really enjoyed this book Hated to see it end Told an interesting story of Irish slavery in Jamaica and you could almost feel the heat and see end Told an interesting story of Irish slavery in Jamaica and you could almost feel the heat and see Among the thousands of Irish deportees to the Caribbean British Colonies is a year old Irish boy Art ONeill As an Indentured Servant on a sugar plantation in Jamaica Art gradually acclimatises to the exotic country and the nfamiliar customs of the "African slavesWhen the new heirs to the plantation arrive from Ireland they "slavesWhen the new heirs to the plantation arrive from Ireland they the ghosts of brutal injustices against Art He bides his time and hides his abhorrence from his new master by channelling his energy into his work During those years he.

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Y cleverly knitted in I absolutely loved this book "I WAS ON THE EDGE OF MY SEAT BY "was on the edge of my seat by end I loved the way she keeps you guessing in part 2Couldn t read it ickly enoughAlready bought her next book I ve read late into the night many a night to get to the next bit I got totally absorbed by the characters and the reality of what was happening Brilliant research and writing took me back to what it must have been like living in those time. D coin minted in Yseult the owner of the estate watches as events The Romans: Gods, Emperors and Dormice unfold fearful of the long buried truths that may emerge about her familys past and its links to the slave trade As the skeleton givesp its secrets Yseult realises she too can no longer hideinspired by the real story of irish children by the real story of Irish children to Jamaica and the statistics that
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