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The sequel to ‘Captive’, this is a story that pays homage to one woman’s indomitable spirit and self-sacrifice. ‘Sullah’s Child’ chronicles the struggles of a former slave as she seeks to recover from the tribulations of her early life and provide a secure future for her child and herself in the inhospitable conditions of the New World. The degradation and horror of life on The sequel to ‘Captive’, this is a story that pays homage to one woman’s indomitable spirit and self-sacrifice. ‘Sullah’s Child’ chronicles the struggles of a former slave as she seeks to recover from the tribulations of her early life and provide a secure future for her child and herself in the inhospitable conditions of the New World. The degradation and horror of life on the cotton plantations of the American South is exposed as the family is thrust into a chain of circumstances that lead to disaster and an eventual return to Fernleigh Hall in Liverpool. The ghosts of an earlier tragedy still haunt the hall, and when these links with the past threaten to endanger her daughter’s life, Sullah is forced to leave the only security that she has ever known. Her strength of character sustains her through the problems and hardships that ensue, and she becomes a shining example of how, with courage and resilience, humanity can triumph over adversity.


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The sequel to ‘Captive’, this is a story that pays homage to one woman’s indomitable spirit and self-sacrifice. ‘Sullah’s Child’ chronicles the struggles of a former slave as she seeks to recover from the tribulations of her early life and provide a secure future for her child and herself in the inhospitable conditions of the New World. The degradation and horror of life on The sequel to ‘Captive’, this is a story that pays homage to one woman’s indomitable spirit and self-sacrifice. ‘Sullah’s Child’ chronicles the struggles of a former slave as she seeks to recover from the tribulations of her early life and provide a secure future for her child and herself in the inhospitable conditions of the New World. The degradation and horror of life on the cotton plantations of the American South is exposed as the family is thrust into a chain of circumstances that lead to disaster and an eventual return to Fernleigh Hall in Liverpool. The ghosts of an earlier tragedy still haunt the hall, and when these links with the past threaten to endanger her daughter’s life, Sullah is forced to leave the only security that she has ever known. Her strength of character sustains her through the problems and hardships that ensue, and she becomes a shining example of how, with courage and resilience, humanity can triumph over adversity.

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  1. 4 out of 5

    Susan Aktas

    The first book of this series was a compelling but beautifully told story. The second was even more so. A truly remarkable story about a time in history that often gets overlooked. I even shed a few tears at the end

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