✅ Fiji (The World Duology, #2) PDF / Epub ⚣ Author Lance Morcan – Gasengineersinglasgow.co.uk

✅ Fiji (The World Duology, #2)  PDF / Epub ⚣ Author Lance Morcan – Gasengineersinglasgow.co.uk
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  • 292 pages
  • Fiji (The World Duology, #2)
  • Lance Morcan
  • English
  • 09 May 2017

Fiji (The World Duology, #2) Fiji Is A Spellbinding Novel Of Adventure, Cultural Misunderstandings, Religious Conflict And Sexual Tension Set In One Of The Most Exotic And Isolated Places On Earth.As The Pharaohs Of Ancient Egypt Build Their Mighty Pyramids, And Chinese Civilization Evolves Under The Shang Dynasty, Adventurous Seafarers From South East Asia Begin To Settle The Far Flung Islands Of The South Pacific The Exotic Archipelago Of Fiji Is One Of The Last Island Groups To Be Discovered And Will Remain Hidden From The Outside World For Many Centuries To Come.By The Mid 1800 S, Fiji Has Become A Melting Pot Of Cannibals, Warring Native Tribes, Sailors, Traders, Prostitutes, Escaped Convicts And All Manner Of Foreign Undesirables It S In This Hostile Environment An Innocent Young Englishwoman And A Worldly American Adventurer Find Themselves.Susannah Drake, A Missionary, Questions Her Calling To Spread God S Word As She S Torn Between Her Spiritual And Sexual Selves As Her Forbidden Desires Intensify, She Turns To The Scriptures And Prayer To Quash The Sinful Thoughts Without Success.Nathan Johnson Arrives To Trade Muskets To The Fijians And Immediately Finds Himself At Odds With Susannah She Despises Him For Introducing The White Man S Weapons To The Very People She Is Trying To Convert And He Pities Her For Her Naivety Despite Their Differences, There S An Undeniable Chemistry Between Them.When Their Lives Are Suddenly Endangered By Marauding Cannibals, Susannah And Nathan Are Forced To Rely On Each Other For Their Very Survival.


About the Author: Lance Morcan

New Zealand novelist and screenwriter Lance Morcan is a prolific author withthan 20 published fiction and non fiction books to his credit as well as several screenplay adaptations of his work A former journalist and newspaper editor, he regularly writes in collaboration with his son James Morcan, and their books are published by Sterling Gate Books.The father and son team s published books New Zealand novelist and screenwriter Lance Morcan is a prolific author withthan 20 published fiction and non fiction books to his credit as well as several screenplay adaptations of his work A former journalist and newspaper editor, he regularly writes in collaboration with his son James Morcan, and their books are published by Sterling Gate Books.The father and son team s published books include the new release horror Silent Fear A novel inspired by true crimes and the bestselling historical adventures White Spirit and Into the Americas They also have several series on the market including The Orphan Trilogy, an international thriller series, the globetrotting action romance series The World Duology, and the controversial non fiction franchise The Underground Knowledge Series An additional non fiction title, Debunking Holocaust Denial Theories, was written in collaboration with Holocaust survivors to document the genocide The Morcans production company Morcan Motion Pictures has a number of feature films in early development, including adaptations of Silent Fear, Into the Americas and White Spirit It is also developing Underground Knowledge into a TV series.Lance is currently revising his solo written novel New Zealand, an epic historical adventure spanning 500 years of South Pacific and Polynesian history Including research, writing and life s distractions, this novel has been over a decade in the making


10 thoughts on “Fiji (The World Duology, #2)

  1. says:

    Warning, this will probably read as harsh and snooty To be fair, I rarely read things that get the label romance VERY rarely Sometimes if they cross with mystery, I can take it Iris Johansen in limited doses, the Eve Dallas books, and, yeah, I read the Twilight books But I m not a romance person I m rarely even a chick lit person To be fair, I have also been reading REALLY good books lately But given that I have not yet read...

  2. says:

    Authors Lance and James Morcan have taken the history of Fiji in the 19th century and created a well written, totally absorbing novel American Nathan Johnson, handsome, tough adventurer, comes to Momi Bay in Fiji to trade his muskets for their sea snails that he ll sell for a fortune in China He meets English missionary Brian Drake and his lovely daughter Susannah who have come to Fiji to educate the natives Nathan has had women aplenty but he falls for the innocent Susannah who is quite str Authors Lance and James Morcan have taken the history of Fiji in the 19th century and created a well written, totally absorbing novel American Nathan Johnson, handsome, tough adventurer, comes to Momi Bay in Fiji to trade his muskets for their sea snails that he ll sell for a fortune in China He meets English missionary Brian Drake and his lovely daughter Susannah who have come to Fiji to educate the natives Nathan has had women aplenty but he falls for the innocent Susannah who is quite strong in her beliefs and her ways Nathan feels that the Fiji natives are ungrateful for the economic prosperity brought by Europeans and sees Fiji as a melting pot of warring tribes, European adventurers, mutineers, escaped convict...

  3. says:

    This is the second of the Morcans novels I ve had the pleasure of reading and I have to start immediately by saying I was not disappointed After reading the Ninth Orphan, Fiji certainly seemed like a completely different type of tale and this was certainly true but it was equally enjoyable and well written Described as a swashbuckling, historical, adventure romance set in 19th century Fiji I really did not know what to expect and thoughts of Pirates of the Caribbean did come to mind althoug This is the second of the Morcans novels I ve had the pleasure of reading and I have to start immediately by saying I was not disappointed After reading the Ninth Orphan, Fiji certainly seemed like a completely different type of tale and this was certainly true but it was equally enjoyable and well written Described as a swashbuckling, historical, adventure romance set in 19th century Fiji I really did not know what to expect and thoughts of Pirates of the Caribbean did come to mind although there is nothing pirate related in this novel and once I got into it, I was hooked Particularly interested in the history and social anthropology of the Fijian tribes, I was extremely pleased to find out lots that I would never have known p...

  4. says:

    This was a thoroughly enjoying read I loved it Thus far, my only reading about Fiji had been written in a completely different style and genre, but nonetheless made me all thecurious about Fiji, as well as other islands in the Pacific I love the way that stereotypes are tackled throughout the story ...

  5. says:

    Again this book is not like most of the books I read but I enjoyed Lance Morcan has done a good job in making this a page turner Job well done.

  6. says:

    It took me ages to read this book, thanks very much to all the Uni distractions I barely had time to read a chapter before I was bombarded with a whole lot of assignments and all the other ammunition education uses on us helpless victims of the system I finally had the sense to download the e book into my phone, and life sitting idly in the bus or throne of thought was graced with some reading entertainment.The novel caught my eye firstly because the novel title was, Fiji I thought, hey I It took me ages to read this book, thanks very much to all the Uni distractions I...

  7. says:

    Sina of the Qopa tribe in Momi Bay was kidnapped by the Outcast Rambuka three months before the new missionaries from England arrived Reverend Brian Drake and his daughter Susannah are coming to Momi Bay to convert the natives to Christianity Reverend Drake has many plans for converting the natives Susannah believes in what her father is doing yet she finds that she has feelings for Nathan Johnson Nathan Johnson is only interested in making a profit by any means necessary Nathan cannot stop Sina of the Qopa tribe in Momi Bay was kidnapped by the Outcast Rambuka three months before the new missionaries from England arrived Reverend Brian Drake and his daughter Susannah are coming to Momi Bay to convert the natives to Christianity Reverend Drake has many plans for converting the natives Susannah believes in what her father is doing yet she finds that she has feelings for Nathan Johnson Nathan Johnson is only ...

  8. says:

    For a change a romantic novel set against the background of 19th century Fiji, by then an island group with tribal rules view spoiler Fierce and violent tribal rules, where even cannibalism is common I loved the struggle between the two leading characters, who love one another but don t dare to admit it Although the book is sometimes a little predictable, i...

  9. says:

    This book was a real struggle for me It is entirely my own fault First of all I purchased a free kindle book and then I insisted that once I started it I would finish it So I am a cheapo, I admit that I will probably make the same mistake again In my own defense, if you don t put yourself out on a limb once in a while you will miss opportunities And some books...

  10. says:

    Finally, I ve finished Fiji a novel I wasn t sure what to expect from this book at all But what I got was an extraordinary tale of friendship, love, betrayal, death and personal growth.I was slow to respond to this novel only because of one detail, the time I have a weird dislike for stories that are set in a time that s earlier than when I was born But I think I m evolving as a reader, especially since some authors have requested that I read their novels, whether they would like my feedbac Finally, I ve finished Fiji a novel I wasn t sure what to expect from this book at all But what I got was an extraordinary tale of friendship, love, betrayal, death and personal growth.I was slow to respond to this novel only because of one detail, the time I have a weird dislike for stories that are set in a time that s earlier than when I was born But I think I m evolving as a reader, especially since some authors have re...

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