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Aquilla, Indian Captive

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Young Adult book but loved by all ages: Aquilla Lloyd is a bright, spunky 15 year old girl living in Bath Town, North Carolina in 1711. Her happy family life is torn apart when local Indians raid the towns. Aquilla is captured and this is her story of survival, hardships, friendships and more. She meets other captive women and children along the way, but all the time wonde ...more
Kindle Edition, 141 pages
Published (first published May 13th 2011)
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Rebecca
Oct 20, 2011 rated it it was amazing
BEAUTIFUL STORY


Marcia, before I explain the numerous reasons I love this novel, I want to commend your sadly deceased mother, Martha Ann Sugg, for her talent and imagination. It also took a lot of talent for you, Marcia, to convert her handwritten novel into this masterpiece.

Before I started reading this wonderful novel, I was very happy to know it was written for young adults. I felt safe that it would not go into detail regarding the massacres of the whites and the Indians. I have had my fill
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A good read with lots of details. I enjoyed this book, glad Aquilla was able to find Phillip in the end and marry him.
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I spent 23 years growing up in New York City and the rest of my life in North Carolina. I have always been a creative person and an artist doing mostly pencil drawings of people and houses and pastel portraits of pets. My website for that is Artful Faces.

I recently discovered publishing eBooks and am now totally focused on that.
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