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I, Angus
     

I, Angus

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by Mike Hartner
 
During a time of civil strife and purging the North has lost more men to Wars then it ever did to Nature.
Angus has grown up learning that his life is better off with only him and a family. But is that really in the Grand Plan.
The North needs someone to build community.
But first, Angus needs to be forged... beaten, shaped, bolded and trained.

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During a time of civil strife and purging the North has lost more men to Wars then it ever did to Nature.
Angus has grown up learning that his life is better off with only him and a family. But is that really in the Grand Plan.
The North needs someone to build community.
But first, Angus needs to be forged... beaten, shaped, bolded and trained.

Watch as Angus hits both lows and highs across the lands of England, Scotland and France, before meeting a challenge of new land.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780973356182
Publisher:
Eternity4Popsicle Publishing
Publication date:
06/14/2016
Pages:
260
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.59(d)

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I, Angus 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ForestMaiden More than 1 year ago
I, Angus is a fantastic addition to The Eternity Series. Immediately, the reader is swept away to Northern Scotland and plopped into the war-ravaged life of seventeen-year-old, Angus Mackenzie. The English invasion of Scotland was quickly leaving many homes devastated and families bereft of clan males. The story begins with Angus leaving his family castle to deliver a message from his father to a neighboring laird. From there he encounters one hardship after another, experiencing great love and loss, until he ends up in France at a monastery run by the Knights Templar. Eventually, he finds his way back into his beloved lands of Northern Scotland as a Reverend, assisting war widows and orphans in finding safety and new lives. For those who read, I, Mary, you might remember Angus as the kind Reverend who shows up with his adopted daughters, Margret and Aileen. I loved how the stories of Mary, Andrew, and Angus twined together at the end. In true style to the other novels within The Eternity Series, author Mike Hartner delivers historical details with chunky paragraphs and character driven narrative akin to Choose Your Own Adventure stories. I enjoy the journaling style used to give an account of Angus’ life from young adulthood through his middle years, similar to the other novels within this series. Angus is very likable, tender-hearted, with a beautiful soul who anguishes to make a difference to those less fortunate. Recommended for 13+ on up. Looking forward to the next one!!! :D