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The rest is up to you. Why not order now?

This book is going places, but it can't do it

on its own.


A constructive review from you would be so appreciated, and help to secure Song of the Sea

where it belongs.

Here's what some readers are saying...

“The characters are beautifully created and evolve throughout story, really evoking empathy and a connection that stays with you long after you turn the last page.”


“This was my first book to read by this author but won't be my last! The story and its characters will stick with you long after you finish the story. Highly recommend!”


“I REALLY enjoyed it! It is very well written and researched, you did a fabulous job of the history of this area!”

So, what's it all about?
Song of the Sea covers the period from 1775 to 1825. Elise Galliard travels across the world in the name of love and adventure. Her quest provides joy and terror, pain and love, and so much more.
The story opens on the Channel Islands of Guernsey and Jersey and continues on board the brig St Brelade where we follow her eventful journey to Jerseyman Island in the Maritime Province of Nova Scotia, Canada, and beyond. 
“With its vivid descriptions and rollercoaster of emotions and hardships, from fear, cold, mosquitoes, fish, beauty, passion, loss and fulfillment, it is Elise’s spirit and determination to live the best life she can that makes this novel such a page-turner.
Elise’s story of love and tragedy stays with the reader long after its last page, as do the descriptions of Nova Scotia.” Susan Marchand-Terrio, Executive Director, Isle Madame Historical Society.
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