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Angéliue et le Nouveau Monde Summary Ü 9 ó [PDF] ✅ Angéliue et le Nouveau Monde By Anne Golon – Gwairsoft.co.uk When she landed on the virgin shores of America Angeliue was unaware of the rich abundance of pleasures and perils that lay ahead Sacredly recovered from a joyous reunion with a long lost husband she When she landedJoyous reunion with a long lost husband she became a pawn Angéliue et ePUB #199 in the bloody struggle between virile settlers and hungry eyed savages The dazzling elegant cou. Started a re read of this series last week already up to book #7 having gone through Angeliue Angeliue and the King Angeliue and the Sultan A in Barbary depending on the edition you have Angeliue in Revolt and Angeliue in Love over the past 2 weeks or so Even after all these years this story still grips me as I read about Angeliue growing up in Monteloup getting married as was normal in that time to a man she didn't know in this case Comte Joffrey de Peyrac a man who went his own way and was struck down by the King Louis XIV who at the beginning of his reign felt it necessary to bring a number of aristocrats in line to make them dependent on him le Roi for their every honor Joffrey was arrested and sent to the stake to be burnt as a sorcerer and Angeliue and her 2 sons disappeared into poverty But not for long However that story is in the preceding books Now Angeliue has met Joffery again and found her missing sons as well and together with her illegitimate daughter Honorine they're trying to make a home in the New World between the English the French the Indians and most especially the Jesuits who want control of the area A great read and insight into relationships in the New World where friend and foe are side by side and sometimes in the same person a twisted tale of power and hard work and most of all love

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Angéliue et le Nouveau MondeWhen she landed on le Nouveau eBook #184 the virgin shores of America Angeliue was unaware of the rich abundance of pleasures and perils that lay ahead Sacredly recovered from a. I picked up this book on the advice of a friend who remembered this series fondly from her youth I had never heard of Angeliue and was at a loss where to start Since these out of print volumes are rare and expensive I found one I could afford but it had little explanation of its contents Expecting to be plunged into 17th century France instead I picked up the tale later in the series By then she had arrived in America reunited with her husband after 15 years of trials and tribulations which I unfortunately missed I was hoping for The Three Musketeers; instead I found Natty BumppoUndeterred I plunged forward Sergeanne Golon's style is relaxing and fun to read and I can see why a young adult would love her characters Angeliue is pure beautiful intelligent resourceful a great shoteverything a young girl would want to be Her husband is the same but so apparently Although I was hampered by coming along too late the author did a good job of referring to the past without beating me over the head with it I understood her loving but shaky relationship with her husband damaged by past indiscretions I assume and broken trust on both sides The current volume depicts their interactions with various tribes of Indians while Joffrey attempts to establish a foothold in the New World where he seeks to make his fortune mining for gold His Protestant following form a considerable threat to the resident Jesuits who seek their destruction Angeliue apparently true to form naturally dazzles the natives with her skill and intuition developing a reputation of a somewhat supernatural being This saves her little company on than one occasion since the Indians seem reluctant to challenge her The Jesuits on the other hand see her as a witch and this sets us up for future storiesThe book moved along very well and we see Joffrey's volunteers band together to survive their first winter in this hostile environment It was all well conceived though not one of them died which is a little surprising Nonetheless I thought the story lost direction in the last third of the book as though the author didn't know where to go with it Although I enjoyed reading the book I finished the volume with relief I would probably go back to some previous adventure but I have no desire to go forward