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  1. Actual rating: 4.5 Stars*This review can also be found at The Reader and the Chef. Special thanks go out to the author for the review copy in exchange of my honest opinion.*I've been following the Eternity Series since the beginning, and while I have loved and enjoyed Walter, James, and Mary Crofter's life adventures, I don't think I've been as invested in a story as much as I was with Angus's incredibly inspiring journey.I, Angus tells the tale of the last male member of Clan Mackenzie from Sco [...]

  2. I, Angus is a fantastic addition to The Eternity Series. Immediately, the reader is swept away to Northern Scotland and plopped into the war-ravaged life of seventeen-year-old, Angus Mackenzie. The English invasion of Scotland was quickly leaving many homes devastated and families bereft of clan males. The story begins with Angus leaving his family castle to deliver a message from his father to a neighboring laird. From there he encounters one hardship after another, experiencing great love and [...]

  3. I thoroughly enjoyed I, Angus. The newest installment in The Eternity Series by Mike Hartner. His books are easy to read, enjoyable and filled with history. He touches on the heart with this book and makes you understand that life is sometimes filled with heartache and loss. I was excited to see Angus becomes the man he never intended from the young man lost and searching. It was nice to run into Mary and see how her life had progressed. This is an excellent YA book and I strongly recommend it t [...]

  4. Immediately, readers are swept up in an adventure taking place in Northern Scotland during these harrowing times. The English have invaded and land is bereft with broken homes and broken families. In particular the story follows the war-ravaged life of fifteen-year-old, Angus Mackenzie. As the first pages of the book unfold Angus is tasked with leaving the safety of his family's castle to deliver a message from his father to a neighboring king.The trip is not an easy one nor is it without profou [...]

  5. Fourteen-year-old Angus Mackenzie had never really had any great ambition for his life. Growing up during a time when Scotland is being torn apart by dissension and civil strife, Angus is content to live his life quietly - taking care of himself and his family, and protecting them to the best of his ability. However, as war rages around him and he loses those he loves most, Angus grows increasingly more disillusioned by the state of his country. As a man of peace Angus has seen his share of deat [...]

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