Documents / eBooks (316891)

Law (2242)

Business (16004)

Technical (70608)

Story / Literature (2817)

Educational (149186)

Entertainment (42053)

eBooks (10794)

Recipes/Manuals (3302)

Music Tutorials (3034)

Audio Books / Teaching (1565)


Web Hosting

For Adam's Sake: A Family Saga in Colonial New England - Allegra di Bonaventura


“Incomparably vivid . . . as enthralling a portrait of family life [in colonial New England] as we are likely to have.”—Wall Street Journal

In the tradition of Laurel



Related files:

For Adam's Sake: A Family Saga in Colonial New England - Allegra di Bonaventura

For Adam's Sake: A Family Saga in Colonial New England - Allegra di Bonaventura

For Whose Sake I Have Lost All Things: A Family's Story of Sacrifice - Timothy R. Gaines

Family Affairs: A History of the Family in Twentieth-Century England - Mary Abbott

The Burden: A Family Saga - N. E. David

Colonial Comics, Volume II: New England, 1750-1775

Elephant Treaties: The Colonial Legacy of the Biodiversity Crisis - Rachelle Adam

Colonial Comics: New England: 1620 - 1750 - Jason Rodriguez

Meadowlands: A World War I family saga - Elizabeth Jeffrey

Meadowlands: A World War I family saga - Elizabeth Jeffrey

The Sisters: The Saga of the Mitford Family - Mary S. Lovell

The Mixture As Before: A contemporary family saga - Rosie Harris

Meadowlands: A World War I family saga - Elizabeth Jeffrey

The Mixture As Before: A contemporary family saga - Rosie Harris

Folded Selves: Colonial New England Writing in the World System - Michelle Burnham

Moving On: A family saga set in 1970's Liverpool - Rosie Harris

Dracula's Bloodline: A Florescu Family Saga - , Matei Cazacu

The Red and the White: A Family Saga of the American West - Andrew R. Graybill

Heartbreak and Happiness: A contemporary family saga - Rosie Harris

Guarded Passions: A family saga from World War Two - Rosie Harris


For Adam's Sake: A Family Saga in Colonial New England - Allegra di Bonaventura


“A work of astonishing ingenuity, intellectual and emotional depth, and (most of all) brilliant writing.”—John Demos, author of The Unredeemed Captive

In the traditio