Another Country (Emigrants Trilogy #2) by Katharine Swartz

Another Country (Emigrants Trilogy #2)

Orphaned, widowed, and in desperate need of a change, Eleanor Campbell sets off for Boston in 1832 to join her estranged brother Ian--and attempt to find some small happiness for herself. On the same ship is spoiled Caroline Reid, who has her own airy dreams of being launched into society and snagging a rich and handsome husband. Thrown together onboard ship, the two women's lives soon intertwine in surprising and even dangerous ways.Set ten year...


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TitleAnother Country (Emigrants Trilogy #2)
Author
Release DateMay 7th, 2012
PublisherAmazon Digital Services
LanguageEnglish
GenreHistorical, Historical Fiction, Womens Fiction
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Reviews Another Country (Emigrants Trilogy #2)

  • Duane
    2014-02-18
    This is excellent historical fiction. It's the sequel to Far Horizons and the conclusion to the immigrant series. The plot involves Scottish immigrants settling in Canada's Prince Edward Island and in Boston, Ma. I enjoy reading the history of PEI because of my love of Lucy Maud Montgomery's writing. It was the setting for many of her stories including the Anne of Green Gables series. I have now read 3 of Katherine Swartz books and I find her wri...
  • Nas Dean
    2012-05-19
    ANOTHER COUNTRY is book two is of the Emigrants trilogy by author Kate Hewitt. The story takes ten years after being left off in book one, FAR HORIZONS. Henrietta Campbell has married Allan MacDougall and now they have three children. They have their own homestead and farm. Meanwhile Henrietta’s younger sister Eleanor Campbell is orphaned and widowed. She sets off to meet her younger brother Ian, who had run off from home. Ian is a doctor now a...
  • Laura Wilkinson
    2013-07-15
    Easy to read romance but a bit predictable.
  • Miranda
    2017-09-05
    Though not steeped in the factual tea, as was the first in this series, this was an entertaining read and follow-up to the previous story. I felt it was a conclusion, but find there is a third installment. I'm curious to see where else this author can take us.
  • Charlotte
    2017-02-18
    Book 2 of the Emigrants Trilogy - Not quite as good as the first one but fun to pick up with the characters 10 years later and see how their lives have changed. I enjoyed it very much!
  • Nancy
    2013-03-19
    This book is the second in a trilogy. It deals with a close knit Scottish family, who travel to Canada, and the USA in search of a better life. It needs a bit more editing. There are words left out. It told of conditions as this country was forming. There are romances between the families. The younger generations struggles to make their own ways in their new countries.
  • Ingrid
    2014-04-03
    Continuation of book 1 Far Horizon. I really liked the book,however i was dissapointed at the ending of the book, felt like it was wrapped up to quickly.Too many events happening in the last chapter .
  • Linda B.D.
    2014-03-10
    Review of first 2 books in trilogy: The first book tells of why they had to or wanted to leave their country. The next book,(which is better), tells what happen after they got to the new world. Hardships, love, romance & devotion. A leisurely read. Not really slow, but not a fast page-turner.
  • Jane
    2013-06-15
    After enjoying book 1 of the Emigrants Trilogy, Far Horizons, I found this second book, Another Country, a huge disappointment. This second books has very little historical content and the characters are flat and unrealistic. In addition, the ebook contains numerous errors.
  • Judy Bullard
    2013-06-05
    Good story. Looking forward to reading the next one "A Distant Shore" - can't seem to locate it!
  • Kat
    2013-03-12
    loved it (and not just because her name is spelt the right way :p)
  • Carol
    2011-04-12
    It was difficult to get into this book, too many characters to keep track of and switching back and froth to different locations. But the ending was satisfying and the good guys get the girls.
  • Anita
    2013-06-26
    Second Kate Hewlett historical novel that I have read. It was a good mix of historical information with the story of the intertwined families and their lives and struggles.
  • Sal
    2014-06-07
    I would give this 2nd book in the trilogy 3.5 stars. Enjoyed seeing the story develop and the interactions between the characters. I found it to be an easy read. Looking forward to reading 3rd book.