Destined to be a farmer like his father before him, but in that same year of 1798 the militia, and is content to work in the fields and live of the yield, Michael loves the land, hated pawns of the English rulers in Dublin Castle, force him to leave the land and take to his beloved mountains where he becomes what every Wicklow youth dreams of being - a man who owns no master, a man who refuses to bend a servile knee.
Surrounded by a band of loyal friends, Michael outwits the militia and English at every turn. I love historical novels and I love Ireland. And always, watching and waiting, is mary doyle, standing somewhere amidst the green glens and beautiful landscape of Wicklow, only for her love of the rebel captain, caring nothing for patriotism and heroism, but love on the run cannot last forever.
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Books ireland " a very fine achievement. Sunday press "fire on the hill is a powerful and poignant Irish love Story.
A WORLD APART: An Epic and Biographical Novel From Ireland's Past The Liberty Trilogy Book 3Seanelle Publications Inc #ad - Powerful in its drama and truth. A winner, a fighter, is the girl whom michael is so passionately in love with, Michael remains free and undefeated, a survivor, but his friends all know that the greatest danger to his freedom and his life, Mary Doyle. And his fame in the history of Ireland begins. Now a close friend of robert emmet, michael does everything in his power to help the young aristocrat succeed in his revolutionary aims, but traitors abound everywhere, attempting to bring down both young men.
All are certain that if Michael is captured, it will be because of her. Highly recommended. Irish world"powerful! a love story which endures more than half a century and spans two continents. Brecon & radnor express. Although presented here as a novel, and cloaked in the style of fiction, this is a true story based on recorded documents held in the Irish State Paper Office in Dublin Castle.
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TREAD SOFTLY ON MY DREAMS: An Epic and Biographical Novel From Ireland's Past. The Liberty Trilogy Book 1Seanelle Publications Inc #ad - A brilliant student at trinity, robert casts aside all hopes of a scientific career, all the privileges of his class, to join the United Irishmen – a society dedicated to the union of Protestant and Catholic. The reader’s heart will swell with the love Robert has for Sarah, and the dedication and unspoken love Anne has for Robert.
Every path created provided clarity of the situation, both personal and political, and showed great determined strength of the human spirit to stand firm in the beliefs of a free Ireland, even at the expense of their own lives. Born in 1778, robert emmet, the youngest son of the State Physician of Ireland, has grown up in the heart of a prosperous and loving family, one of the most respected in Dublin city.
TREAD SOFTLY ON MY DREAMS: An Epic and Biographical Novel From Ireland's Past. The Liberty Trilogy Book 1 #ad - An incredible story. Irish times "i can honestly say it's one of the most enjoyable books I've read. Cuts across political or religious prejudices. Belfast telegraph "a truly incredible historical novel set in the beauty of Ireland’s dark and tumultuous past. From his brother Thomas he acquired an understanding of the divisions and inequalities of his country.
Beautifully written, meticulously researched, immensely enjoyable and, by turns, heartbreaking and uplifting. Sunday independent. Written with feeling and humour, and the meticulous research illuminates the scene without ever intruding upon it".
NO MOON AT MIDNIGHT: A Biographical Novel Lord Byron Series Book 7Seanelle Publications Inc #ad - It was there i wrote my first successful poem, Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. There was a helplessness about Byron, a sort of abandonment of himself to his "destiny" as he called it. Two young people - married unhappily to contrary spouses - but now desperately in love with each other, living in a time when wedlock was a padlock for life with no opening key.
For lord byron, teresa guiccioli is not his only love; he also loves Italy, and cares for the Italian people who are now under the crushing rule of Austria. Can he fight the austrians with scathing poetry, or join the secret italian organisation of the 'carbonari' who are preparing to take back their country with war?Yet it is while he is in Italy that his own nation of Britain makes a huge political request of him – insisting he is the only man who can do it – and so once again he dons the red military uniform of a commissioned British officer and leaves Italy for Greece, knowing that the hardest stage of his journey still stretches ahead.
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Every part of venice is reflected in his poetry – walking across the bridge that connects the Doge's Palace to the prisons from which none returned, "The Bridge of Sighs" because of the sad sighs, he invented the name that made it famous all over the world, he believed, that those condemned prisoners would release on seeing Venice and freedom for the last time.
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He byron} is the most enjoyable letter-writer in the world. Elizabeth, Countess of Longford.
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Based on their own words in the letters and journals of byron, Shelley, and Mary, the author brings the reader inside the Villa Diodati to vividly share in the world of these leading icons of the Romantic Movement during that famous summer in Geneva in 1816. Wonderful for history buffs and drama lovers alike.
The booklife prize. The setting is beautifully atmospheric and the text transfers seamlessly between Browne’s beautiful prose and the real words and works of the time. The story follows the journey of an incredible summer of creativity, passion and art in a bittersweet summer that was iconic to Byron’s life.
A MAN OF NO COUNTRY: A Biographical Novel The Lord Byron Series Book 5 #ad - Gretta curran browne clearly writes with vivacity and also the discipline of a historical master. Mary’s creation of a frankenstein was a well-constructed sideline to Byron’s personal journey, and I learned a lot about some of his lesser known works that I’d never encountered before. Overall, i’d consider a man of no country a must-read for fans of the Romantic Movement, and indeed any fans of well researched historical fiction.
Readers' favorite "the characters in this novel are fully developed and will delight readers. It is the fifth book in a series chronicling the life of the British poet and writer Lord Byron, carefully researched and based on the evidence of his life and the writings of his peers.
MAD, BAD, AND DELIGHTFUL TO KNOW: A Biographical Novel The Lord Byron Series Book 3Seanelle Publications Inc #ad - Perfect for fans of poldark and downton abbey living amongst the richest people of the highest strata of London Society and being fallen over by its glamorous women, Lord Byron, the "Idol Poet" like no other, has never quite got over the raw emotions of his unrequited love for his country cousin Mary Chaworth.
Until they meet again, and mary finds new hope for a happier life with the man she had once rejected as a teenage boy, and now deeply loves. Byron brings down the wrath of the newspapers for using his poetry to criticise the bloated Prince Regent, and speak up for the starving English poor; but the attacks on his name do not trouble him at all.
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No picture is like him. Sir walter Scott. At twenty-seven, " so wildly different to anything else she had ever read, the author would certainly be "mad, bad, she declared to the world that in her opinion, "Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, Lady Caroline Lamb reads the story of a young aristocrat's strange journey through unknown and barbaric parts of Europe in a new book, and dangerous to know.
A STRANGE WORLD: A Biographical Novel The Lord Byron Series Book 2 #ad - A few weeks later she actually meets him, and becomes obsessed to the point of erotomania. Returning from the wilds of albania to a life of luxury as one of the beau monde in Regency London, George Gordon Lord Byron is astounded at the burst of fame that engulfs him on the publication of his tale of foreign lands in Childe Harold's Pilgrimage.
I awoke one morning and found myself famous. Ideal for lovers of downton abbey" - in this meticulously researched biographical novel, based on his own personal letters and private diaries, Gretta Curran Browne has gone "behind the screen" to learn every detail and tell you the true story of that charismatic young man known as Lord Byron.
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Lady caroline lamb finally sees a way to wreak her obsessive revenge on Byron, but the catastrophic aftermath rings down through history, destroying Byron's reputation, it infuriates all his friends who rush to his defence, so damning and so unproven, and almost destroying the man.
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Byron the lord byron seriesbook 1 - a strange beginningbook 2 - a strange worldbook 3 - mad, bad, and delightful to KnowBook 4 - A Runaway StarBook 5 - A Man Of No CountryBook 6 - Another Kind Of LightBook 7 - No Moon At Midnight Final Book. If they were not there, or did not write about it, or did not see the events as eyewitnesses - they are NOT included in this book.
Beginning when he is a boy of ten years old, we join george gordon when he is living a miserable life with his manic Scottish mother in a few rented rooms above a shop in Aberdeen, unaware that his true heritage is with the English aristocracy - who soon come to claim him. A life of wealth and privilege is then bestowed upon him, in his own way, which eventually sets the stage for him to prove his own individual worth, and in his own time.
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With a young family to raise, a very limited budget and only Kate’s parents to help, the task seems insurmountable. Kate’s eldest sister eve and her husband bartley have found happiness in each other after some dark years, but when a face from the past appears, it seems that everything they have worked so hard to create is threatened.
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In the midst of it all dermot and isabella Murphy try their best to maintain a life and a home for their family, but the trials and tribulations of life at Robinswood might just tear them all apart.