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London, England, 1840: Evangeline Stokes loses her position as a governess when she finds herself pregnant out of wedlock. After being accused of assault and of theft, she is committed to Newgate Prison, then to a prison ship bound for Australia. On board, she strikes up a friendship with Hazel, sentenced to seven years for stealing a silver spoon. 

Hobart Town, Australia, 1840: Mathinna is the orphaned daughter of the chief of the Lowreenne tribe. Adopted by the new governor of Tasmania and brought to Hobart to live with the family, she is treated more like a curiosity than a child. These three women - Evangeline, Hazel and Mathinna - will all become part of the story of the creation of a new society in the land beyond the seas....

©2020 Christina Baker Kline (P)2021 HarperCollins Publishers

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  • 10-29-21

Not as good as expected

The story had potential but fizzled out too fast. Not really worth reading as no depth and characters are few and fleeting.

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  • 05-04-21

loved this book

This book kept me entertained all the way through. Good story, well narrated, enjoyed it.

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