Plum Orchard

Plum Orchard

Plum Orchard June Hall McCash named Georgia Author of the Year for her first novel Almost to Eden once again delivers a story of hope and renewal with Plum Orchard The saga is set on Cumberland Island duri

  • Title: Plum Orchard
  • Author: June Hall McCash
  • ISBN: 9780984435494
  • Page: 220
  • Format: Paperback
  • June Hall McCash, named 2011 Georgia Author of the Year for her first novel, Almost to Eden, once again delivers a story of hope and renewal with Plum Orchard The saga is set on Cumberland Island during plantation era Georgia and centers around a remarkable woman known as Elisabeth Bernardey Zabette, as she is called, was born the illegitimate daughter of a planter and aJune Hall McCash, named 2011 Georgia Author of the Year for her first novel, Almost to Eden, once again delivers a story of hope and renewal with Plum Orchard The saga is set on Cumberland Island during plantation era Georgia and centers around a remarkable woman known as Elisabeth Bernardey Zabette, as she is called, was born the illegitimate daughter of a planter and a slave and was raised as the planter s daughter, so she finds herself neither completely free nor totally in bondage Plum Orchard chronicles her journey through the Antebellum South as she strives to live in two worlds while belonging totally to neither This epic tale spans a large portion of the nineteenth century and is a narrative that explores both the darkness that was slavery and the light that lives within the human heart.

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    Plum Orchard, June Hall McCash’s second novel, is Page Turners’ selection this month. Because we are Georgia-based, we especially enjoy books that tell the history of our state. Set in the antebellum era on Cumberland Island, this novel is built on historic figures and events. The author is quick to say that it is a work of fiction, but her narrative rings true. It is a fascinating and page-turning account of Zabette Bernardey, a woman neither slave nor free. I am looking forward to our disc [...]

    Since I'd recently visited Cumberland Island, I was excited to begin this book. What a treat to read about the places I've visited. The story, although fictional, dealt with real individuals and real places. It also dealt with real struggles and situations far beyond the usual ones we so often read about in pre-Civil War era books. The author developed her characters wonderfully. She exposed flaws and fears, but she never downplayed the decency of the characters. A very good read for anyone who [...]

    It was recommended by the bookstore owner who was a personal friend of John Grisham while visiting Amelia Island. It is set on the beautiful and historical island of Cumberland. It is historical fiction that tracts very close to the actual history of the island pre-civil war. The author's descriptions are vivid and made you feel like you were actually on the island.

    Good historical novel. I plan to visit Cumberland Island next month and the novel takes place there before and just after the civil war. reading this will help me picture the island as it was in those times.

    CAUSE FOR REFLECTIONA wonderful descriptive historical novel that sets the scene to understand what life was like during the era of slavery. The characters easily become the real people they were. This is a perfect read before or after a trip to CUMBERLAND Island.

    Very good historical fiction about plantation life and civil war. Much of the story is based on lives of actual people and very interesting story--especially Zabette's story. Loved it and didn't want it to end.

    Great read And loved the authors note at the end on the historical facts of the book. Looking forward to her book.

    Loved it because of recent visit to Cumberland Island. Not necessarily a historical fiction buff.

    A very captivating book based on the early history of Cumberland Island. I recommend this to anyone who enjoys historical fiction.

    I found this book very entertaining. Since much of the story was based on facts it really brought the history of the Cumberland Island to life.

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