Hannah Hethmon

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In the early 17th century, 300 English settlers traveled to the new colony of Maryland in search of new opportunities and a place where they could practice their Catholic faith in peace. They built Maryland’s first capital, St. Mary’s City, and their city thrived…until its founders fell from power in England. Soon, St. Mary’s City was abandoned and it’s wooden structures rotted...

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Published on January 14, 2019 14:04
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I raced through this 400 page book in 24 hours. What a treat. The story was gripping from the opening lines, there was so much depth to mull over when I came up for air, and having just spent 7 months living in Poland, it was fun to see how the natio ...more
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The last three books in this series are way too long, filled with so much repetition and recapping that it really slows the story down. But once you get to the last 250 pages, it's back to a good pace. Worth reading to finish out the series, but took ...more
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If I didn't love the first three books so much, I would not have enjoyed the next 3 nearly as much. A bit of a slog, but still interesting and worth the read.
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If I didn't love the first three books so much, I would not have enjoyed the next 3 nearly as much. A bit of a slog, but still interesting and worth the read.
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