Roanoke: A Novel of the Lost Colony (2020)

Roanoke: A Novel of the Lost Colony Sonia Levitin Terry Miura Roanoke A Novel of the Lost Colony Where did they all go Sixteen year old orphan William Wythers is eager to try life in the New World He and the other settlers face an arduous voyage and difficult months ahead on Roanoke Island off
  • Title: Roanoke: A Novel of the Lost Colony
  • Author: Sonia Levitin Terry Miura
  • ISBN: 9780689837852
  • Page: 244
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
Roanoke: A Novel of the Lost Colony Sonia Levitin Terry Miura Where did they all go Sixteen year old orphan William Wythers, is eager to try life in the New World He and the other settlers face an arduous voyage and difficult months ahead on Roanoke Island, off the coast of Virginia Yet there is a wonderful freedom in defining the rules for this new world in America And when William falls in love with a young Native American wo Where did they all go Sixteen year old orphan William Wythers, is eager to try life in the New World He and the other settlers face an arduous voyage and difficult months ahead on Roanoke Island, off the coast of Virginia Yet there is a wonderful freedom in defining the rules for this new world in America And when William falls in love with a young Native American woman, it seems that life is going to be happy after all But when John White arrives from England with fresh supplies for the settlement, not a single person remains Who knows what happened An unsolved mystery in American history comes brilliantly alive in Sonia Levitin s historical novel about the lost colony in Roanoke.
Roanoke: A Novel of the Lost Colony Sonia Levitin Terry Miura

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One thought on “Roanoke: A Novel of the Lost Colony

  1. Marwan

    January 30, 2015 210 End Of Book About 75 pages After finishing the book I recommend this book for anyone who likes historical fiction I personally did not find it as interesting as I thought it would be due to the fact that I had a big background of the lost colony Because you start to remember what you learned and it mixes you up with events in th book What I did like about the book is that he started from when he ran away from the owners house and made his way to the colonies I was happy it w [...]

  2. Sandra Strange

    16 year old orphan William Wythers escapes from an abusive apprenticeship to try to make a life for himself, when he hears about friends who are going to settle the New World He finds himself in the ill fated Roanoke Colony The story takes the facts known about the colony and weaves a story that includes logical explanations of what happened to the colony that might or might not be true Notes at the end make the distinction between what is factual and what extrapolated Positive, though hints at [...]

  3. Holly

    This is an excellent fictional treatment of what may have happened on the island of Roanoke I have read better books, but this is very informative and kept my attention My middle school class will be reading it this summer to prepare them for our American History class It is excellent for this purpose.

  4. Ann

    Another vacation based book that I enjoyed for its historical accuracy as far as possible and ingenuity in taking the story beyond what historical fact tells us 16 year old orphan, William Wythers takes the chance for adventure in the New World, and finds hardship and You ll have to read for yourself how Levitin portrays Roanoke and what happens.

  5. Rachel

    I read this when I was a kid and loved it I just re read it, and was surprised by how well written it was A fun historical novel Not really sure what age group it s meant for, maybe young adult

  6. Devin Smith

    Wow This is a book people that are dying for a sappy, corny, read with a cut off ending, read Roanoke.

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