Where White Horses Gallop



➜ [KINDLE] ❆ Where White Horses Gallop By Beatrice MacNeil ➦ – E17streets4all.co.uk It is England has declared war on Germany, and Canada will march beside her Soon the lives of five young friends living in rugged, pristine Cape Breton will be changed forever Fiddler Benny Doucet, p It isEngland has declared war on Germany, and Canada will march beside her Soon the lives of five young friends living in rugged, pristine Cape Breton will be changed forever Fiddler Benny Doucet, prospective med student Calum MacPherson, and fisherman Hector MacDonald all decide to enlist But Calum s handicapped brother Hamish is stuck at home, while Alex MacGreggor, in love with the postmistress, hides in his mother s attic The fate of these devoted friends, during and after the war, hinges on forces beyond their control in this lyrical, vibrant novel by an award Where White eBook ´ winning writer.Where White Horses Gallop

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  • Hardcover
  • 336 pages
  • Where White Horses Gallop
  • Beatrice MacNeil
  • English
  • 06 October 2019
  • 1552639150

10 thoughts on “Where White Horses Gallop

  1. says:

    A beautifully heart wrenching story of those that fight the war and those left behind I was so very pleased with Beatrice MacNeil s writing.

  2. says:

    Maybe my favorite of 2009 I cared so deeply for these people and this place MacNeil loves them, too.

  3. says:

    This is another wonderful Atlantic Canadian novel It follows four friends from Cape Breton, along with their families, through the Second World War Three of the young man enlist and after training in both Canada and Britain eventually make it to the front line The fourth young man is already dealing badly with the trauma in his life and chooses a life at home We see the parents of these young men and their feelings around the war and their sons roles in it We are invited into the thoughts This is another wonderful Atlantic Canadian novel It follows four friends from Cape Breton, along with their families, through the Second World War Three of the young man enlist and after training in both Canada and Britain eventually make it to the front line The fourth young man is already dealing badly with the trauma in his life and chooses a life at home We see the parents of these young men and their feelings around the war and their sons roles in it We are invited into the thoughts of many of the characters as they try to understand what they are feeling and articulate it, if only to themselves We also see the community of this small Cape Breton village and how the members interact and relate to the larger world.I wept through portions of this book so keep a tissue handy , and laughed through others MacNeil includes a poem written by one of the Cape Breton Highlanders at the end that adds its voice to her story This is a tale of both deeds and thoughts and adds to my list of great Canadian fiction

  4. says:

    Very nearly a five starloved the setting, the intimacies of the small community Discussing at Book Club tonight Hope the group loved it also.My review dated March 1, 2008 Settle in and enjoy getting to know the people of Beinn Barra in the highlands of cape Breton, Canada as they endure the seperation of father from son, and of friend from friend, during the long days of World War II Fiddler Benny Doucet, prospective med student Calum MacPherson,and fisherman Hector MacDougall all decide Very nearly a five starloved the setting, the intimacies of the small community Discussing at Book Club tonight Hope the group loved it also.My review dated March 1, 2008 Settle in and enjoy getting to know the people of Beinn Barra in the highlands of cape Breton, Canada as they endure the seperation of father from son, and of friend from friend, during the long days of World War II Fiddler Benny Doucet, prospective med student Calum MacPherson,and fisherman Hector MacDougall all decide to enlist with the Cape Breton Highlanders never expecting the war to last long enogh for them to be sent off to Europe Left behind to wait out their absence are Calum s handicapped brother Hamish and the trio s former schoolmate and chum, Alex MacGregor, who has his own reasons for avoiding the conflict MacNeil unfolds her tale with a skilled hand, leading the reader along at a leisurely pace, as if sharing intimate tales over the course of a long journey

  5. says:

    This is a beautifully written book The narrative is emotional from beginning to end there were so many times i was nearly in tears A tale of war, love, loss and sheer getting on with it There was so much of this book i wanted to underline the language was just sensational a bullet s path a searing sound of metal feasting on bone How i wish i had this on kindle my highlighting function would have been going berserk I bought this book at a craft stall on holiday and will certainly be look This is a beautifully written book The narrative is emotional from beginning to end there were so many times i was nearly in tears A tale of war, love, loss and sheer getting on with it There was so much of this book i wanted to underline the language was just sensational a bullet s path a searing sound of metal feasting on bone How i wish i had this on kindle my highlighting function would have been going berserk I bought this book at a craft stall on holiday and will certainly be looking forof her books

  6. says:

    This beautifully written book was a difficult read because of its vivid descriptions and the emotional attachments formed with the characters I would highly recommend this book to anyone who wishes to learnabout the far reaching repercussions of war and most especially to those who glorify war.

  7. says:

    Beautiful and heartbreaking story of four young men from a small Cape Breton village, three of whom join up to fight in WWII and one who does not Excellent

  8. says:

    The previous reviewers describe the book beautifully Herein lies the heart of Cape Breton the music, the people and the sea Thanks Liz for sharing it with me.

  9. says:

    3.5

  10. says:

    This book, while sad, will make you want to dance with dandelions.

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