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Return of the Pale Feather

Return of the Pale Feather From the author of The Legend of the BloodstoneWinn and Maggie return for a new journey in the turbulent times of s JamestownWhen Maggie McMillan is sent back to by the power of a magical Blo

  • Title: Return of the Pale Feather
  • Author: E.B. Brown
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 395
  • Format: ebook
  • From the author of The Legend of the BloodstoneWinn and Maggie return for a new journey in the turbulent times of 1600s JamestownWhen Maggie McMillan is sent back to 1622 by the power of a magical Bloodstone, she makes the choice to remain in the past with the Powhatan warrior who holds her heart captive Cursed with the knowledge of what the future holds for both thFrom the author of The Legend of the BloodstoneWinn and Maggie return for a new journey in the turbulent times of 1600s JamestownWhen Maggie McMillan is sent back to 1622 by the power of a magical Bloodstone, she makes the choice to remain in the past with the Powhatan warrior who holds her heart captive Cursed with the knowledge of what the future holds for both the English and the Powhatan people, Maggie and Winn struggle to find safety for their family during a time when men were carving out the history of America.With the sudden appearance of the Norse Time Walker known as Pale Feather, secrets long buried are revealed which change the course of their destiny Maggie finds that her journey to the past was no accident, and Winn must decide where his loyalties truly lie As danger and magic test the bond of blood between them, they must embrace their demons or risk losing everything.

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    1. The complex mix of the related characters in this book is marvelous. I just loved the way that the author made it all seem so natural. There are people from modern North America, the natives and immigrants of the same lands of the seventeenth century, and Norse warriors who arrived in the seventeenth century from almost a millennium before.Some of this mixture have been born in each of the eras.It does sound very complicated, but it all hangs together when you read the story.It is difficult for [...]

    2. In ‘Return of the Pale Feather’; the second book in best-selling author E.B. Brown’s ‘Timewalkers’ trilogy we return to 17th century America and the growing conflict between the English and the Powhatan tribe. Maggie and Winn have developed a life for themselves outside the tribe with Winn serving as an ambassador between the tribe and the English. Soon their lives are affected by the return of a legendary warrior known as Pale Feather. Pale Feather’s return serves as a building bloc [...]

    3. I was only able to read the preview, but I have to tell youon the heels of The Legend of the Bloodstone, I know for a fact that this book will not let anyone down. If you love Maggie and Winn, and their adorable daughter; you will love reading the continuation of their story. I downloaded Bloodstone on my kindle when I was searching for something to read. I never knew how deep I would connect to it. I long for the next chapter and look forward to this next installment. I have a feeling that Pale [...]

    4. I enjoyed the first book in this series, but this one takes the story to a new level. The mix of the Viking culture with the Native American setting was appealing, and the characters and relationship were developed more fully. If you are a fan of Diana Gabaldon's Outlander books, you'll love this series.

    5. Brown has once again delivered. This, the second book in the series, is a fitting follow up to "The Legend of the Bloodstone (Time Walkers)". It's pretty obvious she is a student of history because she incorporates it so well in unexpected ways into a time travel fantasy. We join Maggie and Winn with their small band of outcast two years after the events in "The Legend of the Bloodstone".Maggie and Winn struggle to find a place to call home for not only themselves and their daughter, Kwetii, but [...]

    6. What can I say?! I am attaching quite easily to these characters. This book was told beautifully from the points of view of many. There is an excellent surprise in the beginning and the dramatic tension stayed at just the right pitch throughout the novel. I was happy to hear more from Rebecca and Makadewa! I am eager to see how that plays out. I will miss Teyas, too and hope to find that she is happy.I was only confused a bit during a part when Maggie was really angry at her guardian for not tel [...]

    7. This is the second book in the Time Walkers Series. I loved this book as much as the first one. I was surprised of the return of Pale Feather and who he really was. This book is more about family dynamics then the tension filled romance that the first one is. Maggie and Win have made their own way with their small tribe. They settle in a Norse Village and I thought that was a good twist. There were more cultural differences but it also showed tolerances and coexistence in the story. I like that [...]

    8. Ok so I just got done reading this book a week ago All I have to say is!!! I can't wait for the next one It kept me going and wondering what's going to happen next!!! I will say it was a bit of a cliff hanger but in a positive way!!! It's like watching a series on tv with the season finally and have to wait next season for the cliff hanger to be told It was a great book and for EB brown to keep me on the edge of my seat looking to go on to see what happens next is amazing because I never wonder [...]

    9. I have received this ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review, so here it is3 and 1/2 - 4 stars!!Loved it!! Even more than the first one!!A lot of surprises awaits the reader in this one. A lot of twists and turns. And quite a number of losses (view spoiler)[it killed me when Marcus died (hide spoiler)] journeys are taken and lots of love in the air though for me it was almost a sad endingBut the thing that caught my attention was the feel that these events actually took place! It wa [...]

    10. This is my favorite series in going back in time books ever. The details in the book are incredible and highly addictive. It well worth the price and I recommend this series to everyone that loves book with heart

    11. I thoroughly enjoyed book 2!! I was captivated with the love story between Winn and Maggie and it was a pleasant read all around. On to reading book 3!!!

    12. History with a twistIf you had the ability to time travel and change history would you? Could you alter people's lives for their well being yet knowing your actions will also alter the future ? The characters in this saga are faced with just that. It is a bit difficult fir my to get into but I have not read the first book. Reading in sequence most likely would have made a difference . I am looking forward to following them in the next book into the future . . . Or back into history .

    13. The first book in this series was free. Just as the tale was supposed to do, it pulled me into a most wonderful string of stories about a young woman of current day who, by the magic of a bloodstone, goes back in time to the 1600s and falls in love with an amazing native American man who wants her to stay. The characters keep evolving in this very dangerous time to be alive and I can't seem to stop reading. I'm on book three and will follow this story to the end. Good job author E.B. Brown!

    14. I enjoyed the first book in this series, but this one takes the story to a new level. The mix of the Viking culture with the Native American setting was appealing, and the characters and relationship were developed more fully. It was interesting book that made you want to read more about it! However, you can believe me when I tell you that there are many conflicts and tensions to be resolved. There are tragedies to deal with, and the balance of much joy. Maggie is a very strong woman. Her twenty [...]

    15. DisappointingI really enjoyed Legend of the Bloodstone and was hoping Return of the Pale Feather would not only answer questions and expand the story, but would also be just as enjoyable. Well, it did answer some questions, but I found myself getting bogged down in what felt like inconsistencies. For example, why would Marcus, who raised Maggie, treat her like dirt just because he was back in time with his own people. I would assume 20 years in the 20th century might have slightly changed his ou [...]

    16. This story was not as full or as interesting as the first book in this series. It is a continuation of the first, expanding on the bloodstone and the origins of both Maggie's family and Winn's family. There are still many unanswered questions that leaves me feeling like the book is incomplete. I did buy the 3 book bundle and I really liked the first book so I'm giving this one an optimistic 3 stars but as a stand alone I would not be so generous. I still like the characters and the struggle that [...]

    17. Once again E B Brown has created a book filled with both history & emotion. It's rare that a book can actually get me to a point where I will allow myself to cry but the characters are so real. By the time you finish this book, you have a good idea of life in the early stages of our country's birth as well as the Norsemen that came before them. The story itself deserves a 5 but because of the typo's I am giving it a 4.

    18. TalesSometimes what you were told or lead to believe is not always the truth. Book 2 finds Winn discovering truth and half truth. He must choose between what he has always believed and what he discovers as true.

    19. I don't know why I kept reading this book. It was something of a guilty pleasure, but one tempered with annoyance.

    20. Book 2 in the series. Light reading. A bit steamy at times. Liking it enough to go on to Book 3 on my kindle for falling asleep time at night.

    21. Strength and Familyother good read.The end of book two brought on tears, but I eagerly rush on toward book three for yet another good read.

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