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La apacible vida familiar que llevan Elizabeth y Nathaniel Bonner —protagonistas de En tierras lejanas, primera novela de esta saga— en los confines boscosos de Nueva Inglaterra, donde han nacido sus hermosos gemelos, se ve interrumpida abruptamente por unas graves noticias provenientes de Canadá. Nathaniel tiene que partir de inmediato hacia Montreal con el fin de defender a su padre, sin sospechar el enorme peligro que entraña su viaje.Los acontecimientos se precipitan y Elizabeth también se ve obligada a ponerse en marcha hacia el norte, en un desesperado intento de salvar a su marido. Con los dos pequeños a cuestas, en compañía de su hija adoptiva, Hannah, y de dos fieles amigos, Elizabeth no sólo deberá superar los ingentes desafíos que la naturaleza pone en su camino, sino que necesitará de todo su valor e inventiva para liberar a Nathaniel. Sin embargo, el destino les depara una aventura aún mayor al otro lado del océano, algo que nunca habían imaginado.

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HASH(0xa4aa05e8) de un máximo de 5 estrellas ENTERTAINING HISTORICAL ADVENTURE EPIC... 31 de julio de 2005
Por Lawyeraau - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This is the Spanish text edition of "Dawn on a Distant Shore", the second in a series of four published books by this author. Following on the heels of the author's enormously popular debut novel, "Into the Wilderness" ("En Tierras Lejanas"), this novel attempts to pick up where the other one left off. While eminently entertaining, it does not reach the heights of the author's beautifully written, debut novel.

In this sequel, Elizabeth and Nathaniel Bonner have their idyllic married life in late eighteenth century Upstate New York shattered shortly after Elizabeth gives birth to a set of fraternal twins. Nathaniel, upon learning that his father, Hawkeye, an intrepid backwoodsman with strong ties to the Mohawk nation, has been arrested in Canada, departs to the rescue. When he sets foot over the border, he, too, find himself arrested as a spy and imprisoned in Montreal with his father, victim of a sinister plot.

Elizabeth, never one to sit by idly, packs up the twins, and she, too, goes to the rescue. The Bonner men, however, are released through the intervention of others before Elizabeth and her entourage arrive. The hand of fate deals them yet another blow, however, when they all are spirited away by ship to Scotland, where the Catholic Earl of Carryck awaits their arrival. It seems that the Earl has determined that Hawkeye is his long lost first cousin and, consequently, his heir. The Earl means for Hawkeye or Nathaniel to inherit the Earldom, in order to thwart his Protestant adversaries. Unfortunately for the Earl, the entire Bonner family proves to be uncooperative, leading to many adventures, both on land and on the high seas.

Part of the charm of the author's debut novel lay in its telling of life in Upstate New York in the late eighteenth century, with all of its historical underpinnings. That is entirely is lost here, as this novel takes a decidedly international turn. Some of the adventures are a little too far-fetched, making the novel seem a bit incongruous at times, though still eminently readable on its own terms. Those who enjoyed the author's debut novel will, undoubtedly, enjoy this sequel, though with an underlying layer of disappointment that the debut novel proved to be just too hard an act to follow. Still, notwithstanding this, I am looking forward to reading the third novel in this series, "Lake in the Clouds", as will all fans of this author.