Book Reviews of Passage Home

Passage Home
Passage Home
Author: Alison McLeay
ISBN-13: 9780380715329
ISBN-10: 0380715325
Publication Date: 10/1991
Pages: 647
  • Currently 2.7/5 Stars.

2.7 stars, based on 7 ratings
Publisher: Avon Books
Book Type: Paperback
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adventure of a victorian woman who marries and goes to america.
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Like the sea she loved, Adam Gaunt was a compelling force, sweeping Rachel Dean far from her proper home in Victorian England to the wild American frontier on an adventure beyond compare. Hers is a journey of daring dreams and driving passions; a breathtaking passage across oceans and a vast continent. Touched by tragedy, tested by scandal, she meets the challenge to survive with a will that carries her beyond her dreams, to claim the magnificent promise that is a woman's greatest triumph.
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I learned to greatly dislike our hero, and truly never forgave him, even by the end of the story. The story begins when Rachel is just a child and follows her to Victorian England, and then to the frontiers of America.