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Ticket to Paradise By Elizabeth Morgan

Ticket to Paradise
by Elizabeth Morgan

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The Welsh Valleys, 1865. Oppressed and impoverished smallholder Dafydd Rhys and his family emigrate with friends to Patagonia, at the tip of South America, where they are promised the freedom to speak their own language without punishment.
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Ticket to Paradise by Elizabeth Morgan

"Promised a paradise at the edge of the world, they found a place where the devil himself would not care to loiter. "The Welsh Valleys, 1865. Impoverished smallholder Dafydd Rhys, his headstrong daughter Lisa and their family emigrate with friends to unknown Patagonia, at the tip of South America, where they are promised a life free from the pits and from punishment for speaking their own language. But can Dafydd find the strength to lead his people to overcome the tragedies and disasters they will face? This book includes a wealth of characters brought vividly to life who populate this tale of battles against injustice, bitter rivalries and the terrible forces of nature. At its core is the story of one family's quest to carve out a better life for themselves and their descendants.

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Ticket to Paradise Reviews

'It's a fascinating story, well told. Morgan writes well and with a great ear for the cadences of Welsh, which enlivens her dialogue. The history is riveting . . . strongly recommended." "Historical Novel Society""
"Elizabeth Morgan has unveiled a hidden epic of Welsh nationalism and human survival that in a world once more filled with desperate people crossing the world in search of a safe haven has more than a passing topical relevance." Nigel Jones, "Daily Mail""

About Elizabeth Morgan

Elizabeth Morgan is a Welsh writer and actor.

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Ticket to Paradise by Elizabeth Morgan
Elizabeth Morgan
Used - Like New
Peter Owen Publishers
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