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An Uinneag don Iar: (The Window to the West)

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Theich Marie Schmidt à Berlin an Ear leis an nighinn òig aice, ach chaidh a duine is a mac fhàgail air taobh eile a’ bhalla. Cha robh fios aig Caitrìona gun robh bràthair aice mus do leugh i na seann litrichean a lorg i ann an taigh a màthar. Às dèidh nam bliadhnaichean uile, an urrainn dhi a lorg, agus dè eile a tha i a’ dol a dh’fhaighinn a-mach mu a teachlach?

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Kindle Edition, 90 pages
Published December 17th 2015 by Sandstone Press
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Michael Craig
May 18, 2016 rated it really liked it
Being a Gaelic learner, I found that this book was at a suitable level which did not involve constant reference to a dictionary. It was a interesting story set in Germany and Uist. The plot unfolded in a way that maintained my interest and I enjoyed the historical aspects and the descriptions of Germany and Uist.

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