Breakwater Books, 1992 - 269 Seiten
Forced to flee England, the Andrews family books passage to a fresh start in a distant country, only to discover a barren, inhospitable land at the end of their crossing. To seventeen-year-old Lavinia, uprooted from everything familiar, it seems a fate worse than the one they left behind. Driven by loneliness she begins a journal. Random Passage satisfies the craving for those details that headstones and history books can never give: the real story of our Newfoundland ancestors, of how time and chance brought them to the forbidding shores of a new found land. It is a saga of families and of individuals; of acquisitive Mary Bundle; of charming Ned Andrews, whose thievery has turned his family into exiles; of mad Ida; of Thomas Hutchings, who might be an aristocrat, a holy man, or a murderer; and of Lavinia - who wrote down the truth and lies about them all. Random Passage has been adapted into a CBC miniseries and is now a national bestseller.
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LibraryThing ReviewNutzerbericht - Rdra1962 - LibraryThing
First of all my copy is titled "Cape Random" not Cap Random.....the notes inside say it was first published as Random Passage.. This is how historical fiction should be done! Every single character is ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
LibraryThing ReviewNutzerbericht - mahallett - LibraryThing
i wanted to like this. i know very little about nfld, and i have learned more. but too many characters for me to keep track of. interesting characters PERHAPS but really people i don't care about. Vollständige Rezension lesen