Great Land of Dreams
Sentenced to hang at age 9, Maggie's flight from 1830s Scotland incurs a violent odyssey to womanhood. She encounters English gentry sailing to create an Eden in a wilderness at the far end of the world.
Lauded as "a second America", Britain's Swan River Colony is intended to restore class barriers and plantations that were lost with America's independence. But deceit and murder rule instead, and the settlers slaughter the primitive Aborigines of West...
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