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Fair Blows the Wind Summary ´ 2 His father killed by the British and his home burned young Tatton Chantry left Ireland to make his fortune and regain the land that was rightfully his Schooled along the way in the use of arms Chantry arrives in London a wiser and far dange. This book took me by surprise in how enjoyable it was I guess I m a typical judge a book by the cover gal although I try not to be and the picture on my cover showed a man with a ship in the background I had always thought I preferred LL s woodsymountainsouthwest terrain located novels but this book proved me wrong in that I loved the sea fairing plots of LL s books I finished this book about a week ago and if my memory serves me correctly it is a book placed in the late 1500 s an age I hardly ever seek out to read about where the man becomes stranded on an island and meets up with a group of people also stranded Throughout his present day occurrences the main character recalls to mind his past and what steps he took to get him to this point When remembering his life he often would wonder if he fought such a hard life only to be stranded on an island to die Tatton Chantry The main character continually emboldens himself and recalls his goals and hopes This story was incredibly written as it took me on a journey throughout the cabins and poopdecks of a ship to a tropical island to the pubs and taverns of england the moors of Scotland and Ireland the swamps of the Carolinas the highways of long ago and the stone castles of ancient descendants When Tatton was shivering cold from the rain and violent seas I too felt cold and in need of a warm cup of coffee when Tatton was starving in the woods and smells the faint wasp of bacon and a fire burning I too smelled it and craved for it LL did an amazing job of taking me back in time and to a different world When someone says a book can take you anywhere I ll always think of this book A great read and I truly recommend

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Fair Blows the Wind Summary ´ 2 Rous man He invests in trading ventures but on a voyage to the New World his party is attacked by Indians and he is marooned in the untamed wilderness of the Carolina coast It is in this darkest time when everything seems lost that Chantry. 35 Swashbuckling adventure stars

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Fair Blows the Wind Summary ´ 2 Encounters a remarkable opportunity Suddenly all his dreams are within reach extraordinary wealth his family land and the heart of a Peruvian beauty But first he must survive Indians pirates and a rogue swordsman who has vowed to see him de. Date Read 12 September 2010I read this book Fair Blows the Wind by Louis L Amour for a book discussion group I liked the story and the fact that it was not a western novel typically done by L Amour but one that takes place mostly in Europe before the population of North America A few things that I learned from this book 1 The influence that a father can have on a son especially a father who tries to provide a good education and example 2 The kindness of strangers can make a difference in one s life3 Hard training is reuired to develop great skill such as swordsmanship4 The pen is a powerful friend and a horrible foe5 In Louis L Amour books the good guy always wins in the endI have read several Louis L Amour books and they seem to have a similar story line The story is developed along this format Boy has a rough childhood and has to grow up earlier than other boys Boy learns through studying books and the help of kind strangers Boy becomes a man Man ends up developing a hated enemy Man meets attractive women Man and women fall in love but never actually let each other know Eventually the man ends up killing the hated enemy Man and women marry and live happily ever after I would recommend this book to those who like Louis L Amour or those who enjoy a good action packed story uotes from Fair Blows the WindTatton Chantry and Robert Vypont Topic Father teaching Tatton pg 62 I have never been to school My father was my teacher Ah A man of rare education no doubt He was that He read me from the writings of Homer when I was young and from Virgil too He taught me much of history and not of our country only but others as well We walked much together and he instructed me then We also talked with vistors Tatton Chantry and Robert Vypont Topic Books pg 70 What is the book I asked Maimonides You are a Jew I am English but one finds wisdom in all languages I read him often for he has much to tell He looked at me How do you know of Maimonides My father read him also We had many many books and my father would often read to me Sometimes we talked of them I have few books now but they are old friends to me Robert Vypont to Tatton Chantry Topic Wealth pg 71 Wealth Well perhaps It has its benefits but is an empty thing in itself Robert Vypont to Tatton Chantry Topic Happiness pg 71 I have education and once I had position Now I am nobody but I am happy Tatton Chantry topic Teaching pg 73 Only you could teach me that I said for cannot the teacher always teach than he knows Tatton Chantry topic Preparedness and Fighting pg 92 but my father warned me I would have enemies and to survive I must be prepared I hope never to fight I added in all sincerity but experience has taught me that wishing to avoid a fight will not always be enough Fergis MacAskill to Tatton Chantry Topic Savagery pg 120 No part of the world I m thinking has a sole claim on savagery There s a bit of it in us all given the time and place and circumstances Tatton Chantry topic Learning pg 134 and 135 He taught me some things He said there much to come but that is true always The well of learning is one that never ceases to flow and we have only to drink of its waters There are races and nations of men but the land of learning has no boundaries neither here nor in the heavens We are guided by the lamp of curiosity the light of desiring to know Follow it Tosti Padget topic Difficulties in Writing pg 154 I have not the will to persist I tell myself I shall change but I do not I try to hold myself to a schedule but I am diverted by the flights and fancy in my own mind I dream of it want it talk of it think of it but I do not do it Writing is a lonely business and must be forever so and I am a social being I want and need others about me and the loneliness of my room is a hateful thing Richard Field topic character and persistence pg 156 and 157 He would say writing was not only talent but it was character the character of the writer Many are called he would say but few are chosen and it is character that chooses them In the last analysis it is persistence that matters Tatton Chantry topic Evil pg 185If men of goodwill would not step forward to war against evil then who wouldTatton Chantry topic Luck pg 192How often it is that a whim may alter the course of our existence How often the simple decision whether to go right of left when one leaves a doorway can change so much A man may turn to the right and walk straightway into all manner of evil and to the left in all manner of good Tatton Chantry topic Possesions pg 249 a man cannot be free until he has possessions and then he is no longer free but bound by them


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    (Fair Blows the Wind) [PDF/EBOOK] » Louis LAmour Louis LAmour Û 2 Review I know L'Amour is known for his westerns but my favorite books of his are his early American and European tales This book fit the bill The Walking Drum and Jubal Sackett are some of my other top Louis picks

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    Review Fair Blows the Wind (Fair Blows the Wind) [PDF/EBOOK] » Louis LAmour Read & download Ó PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Û Louis LAmour This book took me by surprise in how enjoyable it was I guess I'm a typical judge a book by the cover gal although I try not to be an

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    Read & download Ó PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Û Louis LAmour Louis LAmour Û 2 Review Review Fair Blows the Wind Louis L'Amour has almost outdone himself in this one It is capturing and adds interesting new perspectives from flashbacks The main character Tatton Chantry is a gallant Irish gentleman with a rogues skill set The book places him o

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    (Fair Blows the Wind) [PDF/EBOOK] » Louis LAmour Read & download Ó PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Û Louis LAmour Louis LAmour Û 2 Review 35 Swashbuckling adventure stars

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    Review Fair Blows the Wind (Fair Blows the Wind) [PDF/EBOOK] » Louis LAmour Louis L'amour is very popular among the men in my family My father and both of my grandfathers speak of him with awe and affection and his books have a place of honor on their shelvesI in the other hand have never read a Louis L'amour novel I started Walking Drum back when I was in high school but I didn't get very far into it th

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    Review Fair Blows the Wind (Fair Blows the Wind) [PDF/EBOOK] » Louis LAmour Read & download Ó PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Û Louis LAmour No one can take away from L'Amour's ability to hook a reader in the first few lines My name is Tatton Chantry and unless the

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    Read & download Ó PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Û Louis LAmour (Fair Blows the Wind) [PDF/EBOOK] » Louis LAmour Tattan Chantry leaves Ireland after the British kill his father and burns down his home In London he becomes interested in trade and invests in a trading venture to the New World Marooned in the Carolinas and attacked by hostile Indians he has to survive and try to return to England The Carolinas provide a gold

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    Louis LAmour Û 2 Review Read & download Ó PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Û Louis LAmour (Fair Blows the Wind) [PDF/EBOOK] » Louis LAmour A bit all over the place story wise but once it gets going it’s a very good readA story of the first “Chantry” in the Chantry seriesHis n

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    (Fair Blows the Wind) [PDF/EBOOK] » Louis LAmour Date Read 12 September 2010I read this book – Fair Blows the Wind” by Louis L’Amour for a book discussion group I liked the story and the fact that it was not a western novel typically done by L’Amour but one that takes place mostly in Europe before the population of North America A few things that I learned from this book 1 The influence that a father can have on a son; especially a father who tries to

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    (Fair Blows the Wind) [PDF/EBOOK] » Louis LAmour This is not one of L'Amour's best works although it is engaging enough in parts To me it felt like he had a short story in mind then decided to expand it into a longer story by adding in background in a flashback In truth the flashback feels so much like a different tale than the initial story is fits into tha

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  • Paperback
  • 368
  • Fair Blows the Wind
  • Louis LAmour
  • English
  • 10 June 2019
  • 9780553276299