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by Barbara Whitnell

The Song Of The Rainbird (CH) (Charnwood Library) download ebook
ISBN:
0708982441
ISBN13:
978-0708982440
Author:
Barbara Whitnell
Publisher:
Charnwood (February 1, 1985)
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Pages:
560 pages
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1461 kb
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1712 kb
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Category:
Contemporary
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Rating:
4.1

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Barbara Whitnell (authoress of The Ring of Bells) takes us in The Song of the Rainbird into life in Kenya from the .

Barbara Whitnell (authoress of The Ring of Bells) takes us in The Song of the Rainbird into life in Kenya from the beginning of the century through to the early 1950s. Most young ladies, arriving at the shanty town of Nairobi, as it was at the beginning of the century, to find that their fiance had been killed in suspicious circumstances, would have gone straight back to England. But not Kate Carswell. She was already beginning to feel a love for the warmth and magnificence of Kenya and there was no, going back.

VERY NICE, RHION, he thought, surveying the shuddering brown waters of the marsh through a haze of wind-thrashed rain that had already rendered his spectacles opaque with spatterings. Have we got any other clever ideas? Like maybe drowning yourself to really throw them off the track?

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After the death of her fiance, Kate Carswell, a young English schoolteacher forges a new life for herself amid the color-conscious society of Kenya's pioneer country
Reviews:
  • Mazuzahn
Although I found this book in the young adult section of my local library, I found it a very good book.
I would have liked more from this book, more information on lesser characters and expanded historical information. The plot(s) was good but left you wanting a little more.
The book follows the journey of a young English girl who goes to Kenya at the turn of the century to join her intended. The book follows the main character living in Kenya through World War ll. A large undertaking you must admit.
I recently discovered Barbara Whitnell'l book and have enjoyed them very much. They offer the charm of Rosamunde Pilcher's wonderful books but with a bit more plot.
  • Felolune
The story follows three young English women who meet on a ship bound for Kenya around the turn of the last century. It follows their lives, their loves, their families and their struggles to make a life in Africa. The main story centers around Kate, who arrives in Nairobi to discover that her fiancee has been killed. Not wanting to go back to her disapproving father, she decides to stay and persue her love of teaching - both the whites and the blacks. I felt that the book showed the feelings of the Europeans and native Africans very fairly. The story ends in the 1950's, when the threat of the Mau, Mau became recognized. It is a well written and researched book and I enjoyed it very much. Ths is the first book I have read of Barbara Whitnell's and I am ordering more of her books today.