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Longlisted for the UKLA 2017 Book Award Fate sets two English girls, Hope and Emily, on parallel journeys more than a hundred years apart. Both find freedom and love in the wild mountains of Montana, but what they don't know is that their stories are inextricably entwined.
While on holiday in Montana, Hope meets local boy Cal Crow, a ranch-hand. Caught in a freak accident, the two of them take shelter in a mountain cabin where Hope makes a strange discovery. More than a hundred years earlier, another English girl met a similar fate. Her rescuer: a horse-trader called Nate. In this wild place, both girls learn what it means to survive and to fall in love, neither knowing that their fates are intimately entwined.
|Publication date:||3rd September 2015|
|Publisher:||Chicken House Ltd|
|Year Groups:||Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4|
|Topics:||Adventure Stories, Historical Fiction, Romance / Relationship Stories|
Lucy Inglis is a historian for grown ups and a novelist for teenagers, a speaker, and occasionally a television presenter. She is best known for creating the Georgian London blog, the largest free body of work on the eighteenth century city online. Born and raised between the twin gems of Grimsby and Scunthorpe in England’s forgotten county, Lincolnshire, She now lives in the shadow of St Paul’s Cathedral with her husband and their Border Terrier. Photo credit Paul ClarkeMore About Lucy Inglis