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All Will Be Well: A Mayflower Novel by Amy C. Martin

All Will Be Well: A Mayflower Novel

by Amy C. Martin

400 pages
On a cargo ship called Mayflower, side by side with a congregation of religious Separatists, John Alden and Priscilla Mullins travel to the New World. But the dark, gloomy voyage is only the beginning of their trials and tribulations. They face threats of disease, starvation, and attack by Indians, to establish a colony on unforgiving shores.

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About the Book
On a cramped cargo ship called Mayflower, side by side with a congregation of religious Separatists, John Alden and Priscilla Mullins travel to the New World. But the dark, gloomy voyage is only the beginning of their trials and tribulations. Priscillaís feelings for John grow while she cares for an ever-increasing number of sick and dying shipmates, and John faces the choice of a lifetime: to return to his comfortable cooperage in Southampton, or to stay, facing threats of disease, starvation, and attack by Indians, to establish an English colony on unforgiving shores.

 

Reviews
The Pilgrimsí leaving England, landing in Plymouth and celebrating the first Thanksgiving in America are foundational myths taught every American school child. Amy Martinís fictionalization of these events brings new life to this well-known story. Using meticulous research, Ms. Martin tells the much more interesting, true story of Massachusettsí settlement.
- Brien Brown, author of The Fourth Son and Abigailís Tale
Author Amy Martin masterfully crafts a page-turner that reveals many long-forgotten truths about the early days of colonization at Plimoth Plantation. She unmasks the myth of the pious, united, freedom-seekers.... This fascinating narrative is by turns both tender and stark and is a compelling look at colonial history.
- Christine Duffy Zerillo, author of Still Here

 

 

About the Author
Amy C. Martin is a Mayflower descendant through her ancestors, John Alden and Priscilla Mullins. She has worked as a genealogist and currently works for the Antiquarian and Landmarks Society. Martin is an author of short fiction and is passionate about history. She lives in Connecticut with her dog, Boots.

 

 

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