Liberation (U.K. Edition)

Liberation (U.K. Edition)

by Corinna Turner

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BN ID: 2940046627572
Publisher: Corinna Turner
Publication date: 03/11/2015
Series: I Am Margaret
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 844 KB

About the Author

Corinna Turner has been writing since she was fourteen and likes strong protagonists with plenty of integrity. She has an MA in English from Oxford University, but has foolishly gone on to work with both children and animals! Juggling work with the disabled and being a midwife to sheep, she spends as much time as she can in a little hut at the bottom of the garden, writing. She is a Catholic Christian with roots in the Methodist and Anglican churches. A keen cinema-goer, she lives in the UK with her Giant African Land Snail, Peter, who has a six inch long shell and an even larger foot!

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Liberation 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
AnOpenBookFamily More than 1 year ago
Three books in, and I feel like a secret member of the Margo/Bane/Jon trio after having shared so intimately in their risky escapes, harrowing travels, and now perilous exile. Liberation tracks the Underground's determined attempts to free as many imprisoned citizens of the EuroBloc as possible, all the while undermining the EuroGov - whether by (nonlethal) force or through electronic media. At the same time, Margo and Bane enjoy (barely) enough health and security to finally plan their wedding. More than the other books in the series, their impending nuptials allow for more discussion of the Theology of the Body and Church teaching on sexual morality. As Bane is still a nonBeliever, the discussion is organic to his and Margo's relationship and not preachy. The author's portrayal is a good mix of the joy, desire, and challenges to chastity that characterize their engagement. As expected, there are plenty of obstacles to their union and mortal danger at nearly every turn. The book moves swiftly, reincorporating some characters who were absent in Book 2 and drawing ever closer to political and social revolution. Interestingly, the series could have ended here with just a few adjustments to deliver a sobering but satisfying ending. I'm anxious to see what the final installment in the series brings.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago