Book Reviews of Stolen Years

Stolen Years
Stolen Years
Author: Fiona Hood-Stewart
ISBN-13: 9781551668338
ISBN-10: 1551668335
Publication Date: 12/1/2001
Pages: 448
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 8 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Paperback
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Spanning 3 generations and reaching to Scotland, America, France-all premised on which of twin brothers died in war and how identity theft affects families and lovers
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On the battlefield of World War 1, twin brothers Gavin and Angus MacLeod are torn apart in one horrific instant that changes their lives forever. Believing his brother dead, a shattered tormented Angus returns home to Scotland and takes his place a s heir to the family title and husband to this brother's fiance.
But Gavin has survived. Believing he was betrayed by his twin, he creates a new identity for himself in America. And as he helms an elite china empire through decades of war and turbulence, peace and prosperity, he nurses a bitter obsession of revenge.
Fate and one remarkable woman willunite the brothers' lives in unforeseen ways. Yet the children of these men will bear the sins of their fathers.
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Spanning three generations and a century of love, loss and longing, this book is a stunning tale of secrets and betrayals of an empire forged from the seeds of revenge and the legacy that withstood it all. On the battlefields of WWI, twin brothers are torn apart in one horrific instant that changes their lives forever. The secrets that shape their destinies are finally revealed.
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Spanning three generations and a century of love, loss and longing, the Stolen Years is a tale of secrets and betrayals, of an empire forged from the seeds of revenge..and the legacy that withstood it all.

Twin brothers seperated on the battlefields of WW1, each believing the other dead. One returns to the family home in Scotland and claims his title as heir. The other, Gavin, beleives his twin brother has betrayed him and assumes a new identity in America. Both nurse a bitter obsession for revenge.

Fate and one remarkable woman will unite the brothers lives in astonishing ways. Yet the children of those men will bear the sins of their fathers. And as the twenty-first century dawns, the secrets that have shaped their destinies will finally be revealed.

Grabs you, pulls you into the story and holds your mind until the end.