[PDF] ↠ The Remarkable & Very True Story of Lucy & Snowcap Author Heather Bouwman – Buyphenergan500.us

The Remarkable & Very True Story of Lucy & Snowcap Set On Fictional Islands Off Northeast America In 1787, This Story Features Two Twelve Year Old Girls From Different Cultures Who Must Join Forces To Save Themselves, Their People, And One Special Baby.

[PDF] ↠ The Remarkable & Very True Story of Lucy & Snowcap  Author Heather Bouwman – Buyphenergan500.us
  • Hardcover
  • 288 pages
  • The Remarkable & Very True Story of Lucy & Snowcap
  • Heather Bouwman
  • English
  • 03 November 2018
  • 0761454411

    10 thoughts on “[PDF] ↠ The Remarkable & Very True Story of Lucy & Snowcap Author Heather Bouwman – Buyphenergan500.us


  1. says:

    I didn t think I d like this book Yes, it had a fantasy element, but it was written like historical fiction, which I ve been avoiding Anyway, I liked it It read extremely fast the plot builds and builds but isn t predictable at all I couldn t believe I wasthan half way through when I checked And I read it during breaks at work, so it kept my interest through lots of short spats It s a fascinating b...


  2. says:

    Despite its delightful and inviting cover, and promises of magic and adventure on the cover flap, this book fails to live up to its promises.Set in the late 1700s on some fictional islands off the coast of North America, this is a story of colonizers and colonized and of magic, both good and bad, and of prophecies The colonizers are the shipwrecked survivors of three ships of British convicts referred to as the Anglish being sent to the American Colonies as indentured servants Instead of rea Despite its delightful and inviting cover, and promises of magic and adventure on the cover flap, this book fails to live up to its promises.Set in the late 1700s on some fictional islands off the coast of North America, this is a story of colonizers and colonized and of magic, both good and bad, and of prophecies The colonizers are the shipwrecked survivors of three ships of British convicts referred to as the Anglish being sent to the American Colonies as indentured servants Instead...


  3. says:

    Although I loved the concept, I have to admit that I struggled to get into this book I felt the pace was really slow The book read like a fairy tale which usually I like , and I found that there were parts that I thought were really cleverunfortun...


  4. says:

    This is a decent little story I wonder if this is supposed to be a YA novel because it seemed a bit simplistic at times Regardless, it is still a fun little book.


  5. says:

    This book was really fun because the characters actually traveled somewhere, and they had trouble, and they had to save themselves.


  6. says:

    I have to admit it The cover sucked me into reading this one It looks like the artwork might be the work of Nicoletta Ceccoli, though my Kindle edition had no information about the cover artist While fanciful, it s a fairly accurate representation of the girls in the story However, it s also a bit juvenile, and should have given me a clue abo...


  7. says:

    Another GORgeous cover Anytime artist Nicoletta Ceccoli does a cover, I inevitably pick up the book That said, there are a few that I picked up and did not finish Lucy and Snowcap, however, had me staying up into the wee hours wanting to find out what happens.On the surface, Lucy and Snowcap seem quite different Snowcap is the newly orphaned, soon to be Governor of the land of Tathenland, which was colonized by 3 shiploads of British criminals in 1775 The Colay people, who have been on th Another GORgeous cover Anytime artist Nicoletta Ceccoli does a cover, I inevitably pi...


  8. says:

    A tale told from the author s point of view and yet quite hard to put down once you get used to it Heather Bouwman s technique is one they tell aspiring authors not to seek but I believe if done well it is brilliant You know you re not directly behind the character s eyes and yet you can see yourself right next to them on their adventure.For a fictional place Tathenland is real enough for me to wish it existed somewhere hidden on the map.The two heroines are quite difficult to deal with very A tale told from the author s point of view and yet quite hard to put down once you get used to it Heath...


  9. says:

    This is a story of two young girls from different backgrounds Snowcap is the daughter of the Anglish governer and Lucy is the unremarkable daughter of a native fisherman They both reside on a small chain of islands somewhere is the Atlantic Ocean But the girls have a lot in common both are unhappy in their lives and are on the run Snowcap is running away from the regent and her guardian who are trying to kill her Lucy is running from her island to another to protect her baby brother from This is a story of two young girls from different backgrounds Snowcap is the daughter of the Anglish governer and Lucy is the unremarkable daughter of a native fisherman They both reside on a small chain of islands somewhere is the Atlantic Ocean But the girls have a lot in common both are unhappy in their lives and are on the run Snowcap is running away from the regent and her guardian who are trying to kill her Lucy is running from her island to another to protect her baby brother from turning into stone like the boys and men on her island The two girls join together to survive their journey At first it seems they will never get along, but eventually they learn to work tog...


  10. says:

    This book turned out to be for a much younger audience than I expected it actually says 10 years and older on the flap , but I really enjoyed it It s a lovely sort of fairy tale myth about two 12 year old girls living in the 1700s on islands near America One girl is a native, the other a colonist, part of a group of convicts that were shipwrecked and moved in on the natives Sort of a mini version of the sort of confli...

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