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by Eugenia Price

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Author:
Eugenia Price
ISBN13:
978-0553268485
ISBN:
0553268481
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Publisher:
Bantam (April 1, 1985)
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Subcategory:
Contemporary
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Rating:
4.9
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In New Moon Rising, Eugenia Price gives us a story of faith and courage that follows the struggle of James Gould's son Horace to find his own place in life

In New Moon Rising, Eugenia Price gives us a story of faith and courage that follows the struggle of James Gould's son Horace to find his own place in life. Reaching manhood in the tumultuous years before the Civil War, Horace returns to St. Simons and finds himself disheartened by the intolerance on his beloved island. Start reading New Moon Rising (The St. Simons Trilogy Book 2) on your Kindle in under a minute. Don't have a Kindle? Get your Kindle here, or download a FREE Kindle Reading App.

In "New Moon Rising," Eugenia Price gives us a story of faith and courage that follows the struggle of James Gould's son Horace to find his own place in life. After reading Lighthouse, I was anxious to move on to New Moon Rising and was glad I had the entire trilogy on hand. For me, because much of this book was based on the family's struggles during the Civil War, it was a more emotional evoking storyline. The family struggled through their fears and somehow managed to deal with the vicissitudes of life.

I had heard about Eugenia Price and read a couple of her books. Then I read about this series and was thrilled as I read each book in the series

Only 9 left in stock (more on the way). I had heard about Eugenia Price and read a couple of her books. Then I read about this series and was thrilled as I read each book in the series. Ms. Price keeps your attention and you just do not want to put the books down. The characters are based on people who lived in that time period and in the area. The historical parts made me want to go to St. Simons Island, which my husband and I did. Her writing was so accurate, you felt like you had already been there when you arrived.

New Moon Rising book. Eugenia Price delivers such overwhelming sense of home with her books. Living on St Simons & riding beneath the moss draped oaks carries you back to a time that is elegant yet challenging. Living on St Simons & riding beneath the moss draped oaks carries you back to a time that is elegant yet challenging ?"

New Moon Rising (St. Simons Trilogy, Published May 24th 2012 by Turner Publishing Company. Published 1979 by Bantam Books. Mass Market Paperback, 311 pages.

New Moon Rising (St. Author(s): Eugenia Price.

Horace Gould returns to St. Simons and wins the heart of lovely neighbor Deborah Abbott, who adores her Mr. Gould,"" despite the difference in their years

Second Novel in the St. Simons Trilogy. A rich and riveting tale of love, hardship, and the journey for happiness in the war-torn South. Horace Gould returns to St. Gould,"" despite the difference in their years. She is not concerned with his rumored past, but she is saddened by his lack of faith.

New Moon Rising is the second novel in the St Simons series. Horace Gould is the main character in this charming historical fiction novel from Eugenia Price. Horace has come back to St. Simons to live for a while. He’s not expecting to fall in love while he’s there, but that seems to be what is in store for him. Deborah Abbott is his beautiful neighbor that is even lovelier than he could have hoped. She seems to like him too, and Horace quickly becomes one of her closest friends. They get along just fine, even though there is a significant difference in their age range.

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New Moon Rising is the second book in Eugenia Price's St. Simons series. My book club leaves tomorrow on a field trip to St. Simons. We are looking forward to seeing all the places we have read about. New Moon Rising focuses on Horace Gould, the son of James Gould, the builder of the original St.

A novel set in the South of the 1830's depicts the torn loyalties of a planter's son who can no longer accept Black enslavement
  • Even with the veey irritating distractions of misused commas and awkward sentence structures, I enjoyed this book very much. War hurts everyone, everyone looses. One side is said to "win" but the cost is great. The Gould family is the main focus, their struggles, losses, heartbreaks, and joys. The issue of owning slaves is a heavy burden for the younger son of Mr. Gould who owns a plantation. The store mostly takes place on St. Simon's Island, GA, one of my favorite places. I recommend is historical story!!

  • This one of three historical novels about the St. Simons Island. The author was permitted to review papers of the original family on which the novels are based. Fascinating history. I read the novels as we went up the inter-coastal waterway from Jacksonville, Florida to Charleston, South Carolina. It was especially fun to visit the graveyard on St. Simons. I found these books very appropriate for young adult readers. Because I gave the books away on our trip to others who were interested in reading the novels, I recently bought the trilogy in paperback so I can share it with my teeenage grandchildren.

  • Eugenia Price has an amazing ability to draw the reader into the story until he/she feels a part of the island and the lives of the characters. It is hard to put the book down once you begin reading. I discovered this author when I visited St Simons Island, took a trolley tour and learned a little of the island's history. I've read all three in this series and give each one a 5! It is because of Price that I am enjoying reading historical fiction; boring is not an adjective that describes these stories.

  • I enjoyed the book I wish it had gone on with Anna story and she was so important to the whole book and not ended with the death of her husband

  • I couldn't wait to start New Moon Rising. After reading the first book, The Lighthouse, I was anxious to continue the Gould family story. Since the books are based on real families and their struggles and triumphs, I felt like I knew them through these books. This book covers the time of the War between the States. It was hard reading the human accounts of the war and its lasting impact on St. Simon's island. I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys history, love stories or family dramas. I'm already halfway through the finally book, Beloved Invader.

  • Excellent story set in early times of American history. It brings you right there with the characters living then. It really brings history to life in detail; how they lived day to day and especially how all lived with slavery. It is a realistic view from the slaves life and also what it meant to be a white slave owner. Recommend this book.

  • I recommend this to all who desire excellent writing . This is the second time maybe third that I've read it and its always better.

  • After reading Lighthouse, I was anxious to move on to New Moon Rising and was glad I had the entire trilogy on hand. For me, because much of this book was based on the family's struggles during the Civil War, it was a more emotional evoking storyline. The family struggled through their fears and somehow managed to deal with the vicissitudes of life. Well worth the read.