Chains [NOOK Book]

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THE SLAVES OF DUNWOODIE PLANTATION: Louise …Called "Lu Lu,"  Only fourteen when she is sold with her mother into slavery by her own father, the Governor General of Guadeloupe...  Forced to watch her mother being murdered onboard ship… purchased by a plantation owner as a birthday present for his spoiled wife… and expects a life of total misery. Can she someday find love and freedom?
Abraham… Called "Kwanni"… Strong and aloof blacksmith… Avenges...
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Chains

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THE SLAVES OF DUNWOODIE PLANTATION: Louise …Called "Lu Lu,"  Only fourteen when she is sold with her mother into slavery by her own father, the Governor General of Guadeloupe...  Forced to watch her mother being murdered onboard ship… purchased by a plantation owner as a birthday present for his spoiled wife… and expects a life of total misery. Can she someday find love and freedom?
Abraham… Called "Kwanni"… Strong and aloof blacksmith… Avenges his wife's murder and is forced to run…  Can he also find the freedom he desperately seeks?
David… Lame and shy, but handsome and intelligent young groom who worships Lu Lu.  Will he win her…and freedom for both of them?
Samson… David's giant half brother…unselfish and fiercely protective of those he loves… Loyal and faithful overseer for his master so long as his people are treated well.
THE SISTERS: Agnes and Penelope… Highly educated daughters of a wealthy Philadelphia family… Agnes, now married to a young minister assigned to a southern church, carries on a close correspondence with Penelope, a teacher and ardent abolitionist.
THE DUNWOODS: Charles… Stern, ambitious, but fair-minded master of his Eastern North Carolina plantation. Ella… His eccentric, bigoted wife. Edward… Their spoiled, arrogant son and heir.
THE COMMODORE: Thaddeus Harding… Wealthy and fiery shipping merchant… Will his view of life be changed by one single slave? This is their story.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780984039111
  • Publisher: McBryde Publishing, LLC
  • Publication date: 11/6/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

A Tarheel native and son of amateur musicians and writers, Tom Lewis was born in Rocky Mount, NC, graduated from New Bern High School, and was further educated in the US and Europe. Before retiring to seriously write for publication, Tom spent 38 years as a symphony orchestra conductor in Europe as well as Charlotte, NC, Roswell, NM, Rochester, MN, Tulsa, OK, and Sioux City, IA.
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    I have a large collection of books on slavery and this book touched me very deeply. I fell in love with Tom Lewis and have now bought and read everything I can get my hands on. Waiting for the next one to come along so I can have/read it, too.

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