Archangel

Archangel Lumber baron Noah Mackenzie has a bitter history with the Algonquin forest and now he s trying to clear cut the part he considers his own In the remote Maine town of Abenaki Juntion only Madeleine C

  • Title: Archangel
  • Author: Paul Watkins
  • ISBN: 9780571178810
  • Page: 296
  • Format: Paperback
  • Lumber baron Noah Mackenzie has a bitter history with the Algonquin forest, and now he s trying to clear cut the part he considers his own In the remote Maine town of Abenaki Juntion, only Madeleine Cody stands up to Mackenzie Using her small newspaper, The Forest Sentinel, she has long tried to peacefully stop the excessive logging But when radical Adam Gabriel arrivesLumber baron Noah Mackenzie has a bitter history with the Algonquin forest, and now he s trying to clear cut the part he considers his own In the remote Maine town of Abenaki Juntion, only Madeleine Cody stands up to Mackenzie Using her small newspaper, The Forest Sentinel, she has long tried to peacefully stop the excessive logging But when radical Adam Gabriel arrives at Abenaki Junction, he proposes a new and dangerous form of protest Gabriel pushes both Madeleine and Mackenzie to defend what they love no matter the cost.

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    1. Fantastic book! It was pure chance I ran across this author. Paul Watkins story line is seamless, it ebbs and flows from start to finish. What started out a story about lost souls and environmental concerns quickly turned into a story that is so much more than that. It is a coming of age story and how history and family always end up coming full circle. I never thought I could care as much about a silly bear, but he was the center and everything else revolved around him and if he lived or died. [...]

    2. Although Paul's exceptional writing style and creative ability to come up with a good yarn is still present in Archangel, he fell well short of the mark with his fact checking. Nothing is more annoying to a former USAF Pilot than reading a reference to a USAF pilot flying an aircraft that is only flown in the Navy or Marines. Additionally, if the type of aircraft mentioned was said to be used in a particular conflict (DESERT STORM), it ought to make sense. In this case, Paul could have asked me [...]

    3. Good, but not as engaging as the first book by Paul Watkins, which I purchased at friends of library sale: The Forger, which takes place during WWII in Paris is a truly excellent and absorbing novel, which I donated back and advised the head librarian to add it to the library's shelves. Archangel was the only title in the system!

    4. I was actually quite enjoying this book for a while, then I got sidetracked and didn't pick it up for ages. When I did I just couldn't get back into it so I'm afraid it now goes on the "did not finish" shelf.

    5. Don't know if I'll be able to make it through this one. I'll keep trying. By the way, the author picture on the back of the book? So cute.

    6. I enjoy his books.They are good stories set in interesting locations .If you have ever travelled in Maine or even remoter parts of the USA this will resonate with you.Also it is a great tale.

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