Catching the Current

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Catching the Current

Catching the Current On the run from an unfortunate indiscretion young Conrad Rasmussen finds refuge in the North Island of New Zealand under the employ of the famous or notorious Dane Bishop Monrad However Conrad a ta

  • Title: Catching the Current
  • Author: Jenny Pattrick
  • ISBN: 9781869417253
  • Page: 230
  • Format: Paperback
  • On the run from an unfortunate indiscretion , young Conrad Rasmussen finds refuge in the North Island of New Zealand under the employ of the famous or notorious Dane, Bishop Monrad However Conrad a talented and impetuous Faroeman finds he cannot escape his past.In this companion novel to the bestselling Denniston novels, a free spirit is pitted against the forces oOn the run from an unfortunate indiscretion , young Conrad Rasmussen finds refuge in the North Island of New Zealand under the employ of the famous or notorious Dane, Bishop Monrad However Conrad a talented and impetuous Faroeman finds he cannot escape his past.In this companion novel to the bestselling Denniston novels, a free spirit is pitted against the forces of tradition This is Conrad s story, and that of the unusual woman Anahuia It is a tale of new lands and old songs, of seafaring and war and the search for love.

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    One thought on “Catching the Current

    1. Rebecca on said:

      I enjoyed this book but felt the ending was quite rushed. I wanted to know more about Enok and Ana's relationship after they were finally reunited

    2. Robyn Matthews on said:

      Loved it! Beautifully written, the characters you fall in love with. My only quarrel is I wanted to know more about their lives, the ending races through whereas the rest saunters through at a tantalising pace. An excellent mix of fiction and fact that leaves your hankering to know more about the events in which the story is set. This could've easily been a five book series. Now I'm dying to read all of her other books

    3. Wendy on said:

      A great insight into early New Zealand history. A carry on from The Denniston Rose and Heart of Coal.

    4. Lucy on said:

      The follow-up to Pattrick's The Denniston Rose. A fascinating look into Danish-Kiwi relations, Danish-Faroes relations, and pakeha-maori relations during 1860s New Zealand.

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