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ISBN:
0980155843
Author:
Irene Bennett Brown
Category:
Genre Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
RIVEREDGE BOOKS (July 25, 2011)
Pages:
328 pages
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1351 kb
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1506 kb
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Irene Bennett Brown is an American author of children's, young adult and adult fiction. Brown was born in Topeka, Kansas and when she was nine years old, moved with her family from Kansas to the Willamette Valley in Oregon

Irene Bennett Brown is an American author of children's, young adult and adult fiction. Brown was born in Topeka, Kansas and when she was nine years old, moved with her family from Kansas to the Willamette Valley in Oregon. Brown's fourth book, To Rainbow Valley, became the first one to sell and be published in 1969. It was re-released as an Easy Reader book in 2001.

Blue Horizons, by Irene Bennett Brown, portrays the status of women during the frontier period with wrenching accuracy. It's hard for contemporary readers to envision a time when "the gentler sex" had few legal protections and were basically the property of their husbands. Her story continues with the characters from the first book in the series, Long Road Turning, and focuses on the courageous Meg Brennon.

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Narrated by Stephanie Brush. Meg Brennon knows that her new life at her road ranch in Paragon Springs, Kansas, can't truly begin until she severs all ties.

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Meg Brennon knows that her new life at her road ranch, Paragon Springs, can't truly begin until she severs all ties with the abusive husband she'd fled years before. Although fearful, she returns to St. Louis determined to find him and obtain a divorce. But Ted Malloy refuses, hoping that Meg's return will win him his dying father's favor-and fortune. It's going to be a long fight, and Meg can't afford to stay away from Kansas and a simmering range war. Reluctantly, she places her destiny in the hands of her likable lawyer, Hamilton Gibbs. Back in Kansas, Meg continues to battle rancher Jack Ambler. And by the time Hamilton Gibbs wins Meg's divorce in St.Louis, he has also won her heart. Before long, they're building a family in Paragon Springs. Then Meg brings the range hostilities to a break­ing point by selling the farmers barbed wire to protect their crops from Ambler's cattle. On a wire-cutting spree, Jack Ambler goes too far. .
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Blue Horizons, by Irene Bennett Brown, portrays the status of women during the frontier period with wrenching accuracy. It's hard for contemporary readers to envision a time when "the gentler sex" had few legal protections and were basically the property of their husbands. Her story continues with the characters from the first book in the series, Long Road Turning, and focuses on the courageous Meg Brennon. Hunted by a sadistic husband who has already crippled her for life and will do anything to get her back, Meg attempts to get a legal divorce at a time when the courts were cruelly disposed to dismiss claims of mental and physical abuse as "provoked" by the victims. By exposing her location and new identify to her husband, which she must, if she appeals to the courts, she risks incurring more abuse or even death. In St. Louis, she befriends Hamilton Gibbs an excellent lawyer and truly compassionate human being who is awed by the strength of the disparate group of women who are creating the town of Paragon Springs in Western Kansas. Not only is Blue Horizons a moving, face-paced story, Brown's details on women's rights in the 1880's could serve as a text for sociology students. Adding to the tension are attempts to destroy the fiber of the precious fragile community by a rancher, Jack Ambler, who sees town-building as providing legitimacy for the homesteaders. Blue Horizons is a masterful blend of fiction and history. Definitely recommended for the discerning reader.
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