[PDF] ↠ The Two Collars (Bracken Trilogy, #3) Author Jeri Massi – Pccare247.us

The Two Collars (Bracken Trilogy, #3) Krea Is Seven Years Old And A Slave With A Ragged Troupe Of Tumblers And Jugglers, She Travels From Town To Town In Folger, Now A Part Of The Kingdom Of Bracken Every Day Of The Year She Is Walking Or Working, And She Is Always Lonely Then, As Winter Takes Hold Of Folger, The Troupe Realizes That An Old Woman Is Haunting Their Footsteps, And That She Has Her Eye On Krea Who Is The Old Woman, And What Can She Want Krea S Companions Argue Over Whether She Is A Robber Or An Assassin Neither Idea Sounds Very Pleasant To The Slave Girl, Who Is Terribly Afraid Of Being Noticed By Anybody At All, Let Alone A Robber Or An Assassin Meanwhile, War Is Brewing In The Kingdom Of Bracken And Krea, After Meeting The Aged Woman Herself, Soon Realizes That Somehow She Is Involved In The Conflict Between Folger And The Island Country Of Bracken For Krea, A Whole New World Opens Up A World Of Comfort, Companionship, And Excitement Spiced With Danger As She Gains Freedom From The Collar Of A Slave, She Learns That There Is Yet Another Collar That She Must Wear.

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  • Paperback
  • 164 pages
  • The Two Collars (Bracken Trilogy, #3)
  • Jeri Massi
  • English
  • 24 January 2018
  • 1533397635

    10 thoughts on “[PDF] ↠ The Two Collars (Bracken Trilogy, #3) Author Jeri Massi – Pccare247.us


  1. says:

    It took everything for me to not burst into tears in the middle of school when I finished this book I never thought that I would ever get on so many feels with a children s book again, but oh my was I wrong I loved this book so much The Two Collars was an e...


  2. says:

    I loved this series as a kid but didn t really remember the details Kids books have changed Or at least, adult sensibilities about what is appropriate for kids books have changed The protagonist in this book is a child slave We don t know her origin story, but we do know she was sold as a slave to work in a mine when she was very young By the time she was 6 or 7 she had been purchased by a street performer and traveled with the troupe as a juggler She is purchased and set free but continue I loved this series as a kid but didn t really remember the details Kids books have changed Or at least, adult sensibilities about what is appropriate for kids books have changed The protagonist in this book is a child slave We don t know her origin story, but we do know she was sold as a slave to work in a mine when she was very young By the time she was 6 or 7 she had been purchased by a street performer and traveled with the troupe as a juggler She is purchased and set free but continues to think of herself as a slave throughout the book and the story is centered on the inner transformation she grows in her understanding of what it means ...


  3. says:

    This was one of my favorite books as a young girl I must ve checked it out of the school library 10 times in the course of a year I loved the whole trilogy, but this is the one I picked up first so it s remained my favorite.


  4. says:

    As a young teen, I wasn t blown away by this story read it didn t feature Herron But having reread it now.Wow Just wow.The symbolism is deep and runs throughout the entire narrative, without being clunky, slapped on, or hijacking the story The heroines are incredible role models And the focus on service sings loudly in a culture that is obsessed with freedom and will If I ever have a daughter, I may just name her Krea.Just a note, though if you can, get the older, original editi As a young teen, I wasn t blown away by this story read it didn t feature Herron But having reread it now.Wow Just wow.The symbolism is deep and runs throughout the entire narrative, without being clunky, slapped on, or hijacking the story The heroines are incredible role models And the focus on service sings loudly in a culture that is obsessed with freedom and will If I ever have a d...


  5. says:

    Recently reread and bought for a girlfriend s daughter Just as good as I remember Love the goodness of the healer, her wisdom and warmth Often forget I m loved, just like Krea I am always on edge and frightened with Krea as she questions and relearns how much the wise woma...


  6. says:

    This trilogy was my favorite to read growing up, even as a teenager I don t remember how many times I have re read these three books.


  7. says:

    I m so glad I revisited this book The tenderness and love expressed by The Wise Woman touched my heart so muchas an adult than it did as a child I would read this book again.


  8. says:

    The Bracken Trilogy was very enjoyable, as with all of Jeri Massi s books.


  9. says:

    A beautiful ending to a lovely and heartwarming trilogy Lots of good lessons for children.

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