Robbed of every blessing /
|Main Creator:||Tully, John A. (John Andrew), author.|
Ireland, early 1800s. The Napoleonic Wars have ended, leaving an already disjointed country in peril. Maurice O'Dwyer, a young Irishman, considers the lifeless body of an English tithe-collector slain under a rain-filled sky. From that moment it seems his fate is sealed: he and his young simpleton brother, Padraig, are exiled to Australia, An Astrail, to the convict-filled island of Van Diemen's Land - leaving behind his love, his land, and his liberty. However, in the bush Maurice discovers that there are allies in the most unlikely of places.
|Edition:||EasyRead large edition.|
Read how you want 16.
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Physical description: ix, 362 pages (large print) ; 24 cm.
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