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Gripping . . . a very entertaining tale - Chicago Tribune

Compelling - San Francisco Chronicle

A compulsive, sweeping adventure - Today

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A Life of Poverty
Scotland, 1767. Mack McAsh is a slave by birth, destined for a cruel and harsh life as a miner. But as a man of principles and courage, he has the strength to stand up for what he believes in, only to be labelled as a rebel and enemy of the state.

A Life of Wealth
Life feels just as constrained for rebellious Lizzie Hallim, as she struggles with the less cruel circumstances of wealth and privilege. Fiercely independent, she is engaged to a man she doesn’t care for, a landlord’s son and heir to an exploitative business empire.

A Search for Freedom
Lizzie finds herself helping Mack after he becomes a fugitive. Separated by class but bound by their yearning for freedom, they escape to London. True freedom, though, lies further afield, in a new life that awaits across the Atlantic Ocean . . .

‘A compulsive, sweeping adventure’ Today
‘Gripping historical narrative’ San Francisco Chronicle

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  • ISBN: 9781509864300
  • Author: Ken Follett
  • Publisher: Pan Macmillan
  • Pages: 592
  • Format: Paperback
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Review

Gripping . . . a very entertaining tale - Chicago Tribune

Compelling - San Francisco Chronicle

A compulsive, sweeping adventure - Today

From the Back Cover

A Life of Poverty
Scotland, 1767. Mack McAsh is a slave by birth, destined for a cruel and harsh life as a miner. But as a man of principles and courage, he has the strength to stand up for what he believes in, only to be labelled as a rebel and enemy of the state.

A Life of Wealth
Life feels just as constrained for rebellious Lizzie Hallim, as she struggles with the less cruel circumstances of wealth and privilege. Fiercely independent, she is engaged to a man she doesn’t care for, a landlord’s son and heir to an exploitative business empire.

A Search for Freedom
Lizzie finds herself helping Mack after he becomes a fugitive. Separated by class but bound by their yearning for freedom, they escape to London. True freedom, though, lies further afield, in a new life that awaits across the Atlantic Ocean . . .

‘A compulsive, sweeping adventure’ Today
‘Gripping historical narrative’ San Francisco Chronicle

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