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  • Author:
    Sarah Chloe Burns
  • ISBN:
    1571973923
  • ISBN13:
    978-1571973924
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  • Publisher:
    Ivy House Pub Group (March 1, 2004)
  • Pages:
    440 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Fantasy
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    4.8
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The Daughters Of Juno book. Daughters of Juno" is an exciting, intriguing, and highly mystical tale that connects supernatural beings to historical events, applying imagined figureheads to actual occurrences, thus creating a highly edifying yet greatly entertaining saga. The historically documented mental, physical, spiritual and medical mistreatment of females, minorities and the working classes in England, Scotland and America are characterized in truthful and dramatic detail.

Book Description"The Daughters of Juno, Chronicle I: Matilda of Argyll" is the first story of an epic trilogy that explores the inexplicable bond that exists between religion and violence, while at the same time telling the tale of the Goddess Juno and the incredible strength within th. .

Book Description"The Daughters of Juno, Chronicle I: Matilda of Argyll" is the first story of an epic trilogy that explores the inexplicable bond that exists between religion and violence, while at the same time telling the tale of the Goddess Juno and the incredible strength within the daughters of her line who live in her name.

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com: Matilda of Argyll. Her first book, Daughters of Juno, Chronicle I, was published in 2004 Burns adds to the literature uncovering this. Her first book, Daughters of Juno, Chronicle I, was published in 2004 Burns adds to the literature uncovering this important but still unexplored dimension in the evolving history of humanity. - Dr. Marie A. Conn, author of "Noble Daughters: Unheralded Women in Western Christianity, 13th to 18th Centuries". A golden braid of history, myth and storytelling. et the Chronicles continue. Steven Carter, author of "Leopards in the Temple: Selected Essays 1990-2000".

Her first book, Daughters of Juno, Chronicle I, was published in March of 2004 by Pentland Press, North Carolina

The work of revising, the painful task of letting go of some cherished sections of the original while expanding the historical context, has yielded an eminently readable and engaging story. Her first book, Daughters of Juno, Chronicle I, was published in March of 2004 by Pentland Press, North Carolina. She has contributed chapters to two books in the Wake Up Live The Life You Love Series: On An Enlightened Path and With Gratitude.

Sarah Chloe Burns, American historian, educator. Member of American Association of University Women (chairman legal advisory fund 2000-2001, vice president educational foundation 2001-2002), Organization American Historians, Bodleian Library. Professor history Bakersfield College, 1996-2002. Lecturer history department California State University, 2002-2004. Associate professor department history College of the Canyons, Santa Clarita, since 2005. Adjunct faculty National University, since 2006, social and cultural historian.

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"The Daughters of Juno, Chronicle I: Matilda of Argyll" is the first story of an epic trilogy that explores the inexplicable bond that exists between religion and violence, while at the same time telling the tale of the Goddess Juno and the incredible strength within the daughters of her line who live in her name.

"Daughters of Juno" is an exciting, intriguing, and highly mystical tale that connects supernatural beings to historical events, applying imagined figureheads to actual occurrences, thus creating a highly edifying yet greatly entertaining saga. The historically documented mental, physical, spiritual and medical mistreatment of females, minorities and the working classes in England, Scotland and America are characterized in truthful and dramatic detail. Fans of womens studies and history are sure to enjoy this truly original work.


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I never enjoyed history classes in school, because I wanted to understand WHY events happened more so than when and where. Sarah Burn's "The Daughters of Juno, Chronicle I Matilda of Argyll" has renewed my interest in the history of the early settlement of the United States, the religious termoil in Europe, and the living conditions of that era.
Sarah has done a wonderful job bringing out the personality of the the characters, describing historical events, and weaving the characters into that history, giving the reader a true flavor why those events happened.
The romance and drama amoung the characters makes this book a "page turner" and draws you right into their lives. Sarah's obvious knowledge and background in teaching and studying the history of women is quite evident.
Congratulations on an excellent novel.
Rrd
Once you pick this book up you will have a very hard time putting it down. The characters are alive and exciting. The journey is extrodinary adventure. The woman are strong, independant and share the same type of problems we still face today, yet in a time and place of incredible hardships that we could only imagine. I love this book and will wait with baited breath for the next. What a movie this would make
Narim
So full of Gosh Wow that I can't wait for Chronicle II. The characters are complex and well developed - the historical context insightful and accurate - the plot patient and proportional... this may rival any and all other epic trilogies. And the pictures aren't bad either.
nadness
A marvelous and whimsical tale indeed; brilliantly told and magically illustrated.
3 thumbs up!!