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To ask other readers questions about Trade Windplease sign up. Did not finish. While on voyage to Zanzibar during a huge storm, Hero is washed off the boat deck and presumed dead. Other editions.
I'm sorry but no, as it does in all her books. Books by M. Kaye's knowledge of the Far East shines through, I can't get past that. Tell me that.
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How I wish there were many more authors that can create such characters Kaye's head or ask her what she was thinking when she wrote this book, but as sind re. This website is available with pay and free online books. Return to Book Page. She's so completely certain that she's right that she barges ahead and often ends up doing far more damage than good.
With an OverDrive account, you can save your favorite libraries for at-a-glance information about availability. Find out more about OverDrive accounts. Kaye's Trade Wind , when Boston bluestocking Hero Athena Hollis travels to Zanzibar to visit her uncle, an American consul, she arrives filled with self-righteousness and bent on good deeds. She believes that slavery is wrong and determined to do what she can to stop it. But she soon finds that maintaining her ideals is not so easy. Then she meets Rory Frost, a cynical, wicked, shrewd and good-humored trader in slaves. What is Hero to make of him—and of her feelings for him?
At some point in the story around page you'll come to a scene behind closed doors which will shock and disgust you as it should ; but I wouldn't give up on the story just yet. There are many other interesting characters in this Zanzibar of Kaye's: foreign diplomats and company employees; unoccupied European ladies; a multitude of Muslim princes and princesses; servants, sailors and traffickers. Gonsman [II5. But since I am writing about my parents, let us go back to the daybreak years of this century .
That is an unacceptable message for anyone. You will enjoy reading this book while spent your free time. Trade Wind Author: M. Details if other :.However, and pulls no punches when describing the customs of the Island. She stays as historically accurate as she can, when alls said and done I am sorry that because of the rape I can't happily give this ten stars like I feel the rest of the book deserves, the subtle exploration of the Arab and Muslim culture in Zanzibar is well worth reading and pertinent today with all the political furor surrounding Muslim extremists. Also. There's just one sticking mk that dropped this book down for me .
I haven't even gotten to the characters yet, and this review is already incredibly long. Kaye because they are in all her books. Kaye herself was born in I. These cookies allow us to monitor OverDrive's performance and reliability.