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To Her Father, The Great Chief Powhatan, She Was Pocahontas, Little Mischief The Cherished Daughter Destined To Marry A Mighty Warrior From Another TribeTo The English Colonists At Jamestown, She Was All That Stood Between Them And Starvation And Constant Warfare With Powhatan S ArmiesTo The Aristocrats Of London, She Was Princess Rebecca, Toast Of The Town, Confidante Of Lords And Playwrights, And A Fierce Defender Of Her PeopleTo John Smith Of The Virginia Company, She Was The Greatest Love Of His LifePOCAHONTAS Pocahontas

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10 thoughts on “Pocahontas

  1. says:

    Sit back, relax, and pour yourself a glass of wine, because I m here to tell you a story.Way back in 1607, the Virginia Company sailed the open seas to the New World, where they promptly settled in the Virginia settlement Jamestown Led by the charismatic and devilishly good looking Captain John Smith, they quickly get to work trying to find gold and deal with tho

  2. says:

    I was very disappointed by this book, since I expected an accurate account of Pocahontas s life rather than a tale that basically reproduces the falsehood created by Disney, the only difference being the presence of adult material in this work Indeed, Susan Donnell seems to have no respect for historical evidence which clearly states that Pocahontas and John Smith w

  3. says:

    Som mange andre voksede jeg op med Disneys filmudgave af Pocahontas , og det faldt mig derfor aldrig ind, hvor dybt tragisk hendes historie rent faktisk er Disney versionen romantiserer det hele en del, og det er faktisk kun et f tal, der kender til den sande historie F rste gang jeg l ste Pocahontas var jeg overrasket, forundret og helt betaget af romanen, der er base

  4. says:

    Den ultimative k rlighedshistorie om indianerprinsessen Pocahontas og den engelske kaptajn John Smith Historien her minder meget lidt om Disneys fortolkning, men den er liges fantastisk om magt, kolonisering, de vildes m de med de hvide, politik, intriger, krig, overlevelse og forbudt k rlighed, der aldrig glemmes.

  5. says:

    A lot of people don t know about Pocahontas oh sure, they ve all heard the cutesy Disney version of the story with the talking animals and the man who swept her off her feet But this book is one of the few books that really tells something closer to the truth Pocahontas was taken from her beloved family and brought across the ocean, and this book is written in a mostly accur

  6. says:

    Oh lords, this is bad Bad, bad, bad.Which is quite sad, as it was written by one of Pocahontas descendant so I was expecting something a bitclose to the truth as we know it but this is like an adult fanfic of the Disney movie, heavily romanticized in the most ridiculous ways.I m far from an expert on the subject but even I cringedthan once at all the things Pocahontas does for

  7. says:

    This is my first go round with reading historical fiction on Pocahontas And I must say, it was a good experience I enjoyed this book very very much, considering my mom was against me buying it, since the cover was tacky as hell This book is living proof that don t judge a book by its cover It was well written and well researched, some parts seem a little bit too far fetched, but a

  8. says:

    I really like books set in early America Typically I d rather find books set BEFORE the English Spanish French came to the Americas but it seems these types of books are rather hard to come across That being said, Pocahontas was a very great read I found it to be exciting We are travelling along with Pocahontas as history is being made The book portrays her as being pro English which

  9. says:

    I picked up this book because I really don t know much about Pocahontas, and I thought it would be interesting to read the story told from a direct descendant I don t know how much of this account is true or not, as it is fiction, but I would assume it saccurate than Disney s take.I enjoyed the writing of this book, and I loved seeing the culture of the Indians from Pocahontas s POV, as

  10. says:

    I loved this book The author did her research.

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