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The Ice Trail [Reading] ➸ The Ice Trail ➮ Anne Eliot Crompton – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk Persistent memories of his earlier life compel year old Tanial to flee from his Abnaki Indian captors and journey during the winter from the northern shores of Lake Champlain to the English settlemen Persistent memories of his earlier life compelyear old Tanial to flee from his Abnaki Indian captors and journey during the winter from the northern shores of Lake Champlain to the English settlements.


About the Author: Anne Eliot Crompton

Anne Eliot Crompton was a critically acclaimed writer of fiction for children, teenagers, and adults Many of her novels draw from legends and folktales Three are based on Arthurian legends Merlin s Harp, Gawain and Lady Green, and Percival s Angel Crompton created new fictions out of The Ice MOBI :å old by concentrating on the perspectives and emotions of characters who are slightly removed from the traditional plots Crompton raised Shetland and Welsh ponies on her farm in Chesterfield, MA, and wrote a series of horse stories for girls which focus on the emotional bonds between humans and animals In The Sorcerer, she imagined the artistic development of a prehistoric cave painter.



10 thoughts on “The Ice Trail

  1. Krista the Krazy Kataloguer Krista the Krazy Kataloguer says:

    This story of a white boy captive of the Abenakis was based on a legend or true story it was referred to as both in various places in the book He convinces them that he wants to stay but thinks only of returning to white civilization At last he gets his chance when one of the Abenakis acquires a pair of ice skates, which none of them know the use of The ending of the book was a bit confusing, but I suppose the author was trying to depict the boy in a delirium The Abenaki customs were inter This story of a white boy captive of the Abenakis was based on a legend or true story it was referred to as both in various places in the book He convinces them that he wants to stay but thinks only of returning to white civilization At last he gets his chance when one of the Abenakis acquires a pair of ice skates, which none of them know the use of The ending of the book was a bit confusing, but I suppose the author was trying to depict the boy in a delirium The Abenaki customs were interesting, and I liked the way he figured everyone out psychologically Nice story, but could have been longer and with a clearer ending The Abenaki with the necklace of human fingers gave me the willies, though


  2. Rachel Rachel says:

    It was okay Some of it was very disturbing and hard to understand I almost wanted to stop reading it, but I m glad I went on and finished If this is children s fiction I would not want a child reading this.


  3. Allison6876 Allison6876 says:

    ENGL 30021 paper


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