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6 edition of Moloka"i found in the catalog.

Moloka"i

by Alan Brennert

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  • 2 Currently reading

Published by St. Martin"s Press in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Kalaupapa (Hawaii),
  • Molokai (Hawaii),
  • Hawaii
    • Subjects:
    • Women -- Hawaii -- Fiction,
    • Leprosy -- Patients -- Fiction,
    • Kalaupapa (Hawaii) -- Fiction,
    • Molokai (Hawaii) -- Fiction

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 388).

      StatementAlan Brennert.
      GenreFiction.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPS3552.R3865 M65 2003
      The Physical Object
      Pagination389 p. :
      Number of Pages389
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3685152M
      ISBN 10031230434X
      LC Control Number2003047134

      Buy this book Compellingly original in its conceit, Brennert's sweeping debut novel tracks the grim struggle of a Hawaiian woman who contracts leprosy as a child in Honolulu during the s and. Moloka'i is the story of people who had much taken from them but also gained an unexpected new family and community in the process." --Chicago Tribune “Moloka’i fits my definition of a good book, even a great book, because it wraps a riveting personal story around real-life events.” southlakes-cottages.com

      VACATION INFORMATION - Why Would Anyone Visit Molokai? Why would anyone visit Molokai? Heck of a good question. Most folks who visit Hawaii come for the glitz, glamour and tourist-centered activities that a tropical vacation destination offers. Many visitors . Molokai's Best Selling Books The Lands of Father Damien "Best Seller" Award recipient. Written from the heart by long time Molokai resident James H. Brocker, The Lands of Father Damien is a stunningly narrated and photographed hardcover book that portrays life, past and present, at the tiny and remote Kalaupapa Peninsula like no other before it.

      I read the book and was blown away by the tragic, and little-known story of the Molokai Leper Colony called Kalaupapa. Set in Hawaii more than a century ago, Molokai tells the tale of a little girl named Rachel who lives a happy life on the island of Oahu, until one day a red mark appears on her body. She discovers she has leprosy (actually. Apr 13,  · Story Chapter One. April 13, | By Book Rags Moloka'i is an epic novel that tells much of the history of the leper settlement at Kalaupapa on the Hawaiian island Moloka'i.


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Aug 13,  · Moloka'i [Alan Brennert] on southlakes-cottages.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This richly imagined novel, set in Hawai'i more than a century ago, is an extraordinary epic of a little-known time and placeand a deeply moving testament to the resiliency of the human spirit.

Rachel Kalama/5(K). Oct 21,  · Moloka'i is a book that sums up for me why I love historical fiction. I need to learn something with each book that I read and and I love my history to read like fiction and with Moloka'i you get all these wonderful elements and more/5.

Book Summary. Growing up in idyllic Honolulu in the s, Rachel is part of a big loving family until she is forcibly removed from her family and sent to the isolated leper colony on the island of Moloka'i.

True to historical accounts, Rachel's life, though shadowed by disease, isolation and tragedy, is also one of joy, courage, and dignity. Molokai--one of the beautiful Hawaiian islands, but in the late nineteenth century, a name synonymous with a desolate leper colony.

Kalaupapa, accessible only from the sea, was "The Given Grave," where victims of the dreaded disease were sent to die, exiled in a desperate attempt to halt the spread of this horror newly come to the islands/5.

Moloka'i Alan Brennert, St. Martin's Press pp. ISBN Summary This richly imagined novel, set in Hawai'i more than a century ago, is an extraordinary epic of a little-known time and place and Molokai book deeply moving testament to the resiliency of the human spirit.

Oct 04,  · Moloka'i was one of the most intriguing books that I have read in a long time. Molokai book work of fiction, it was intertwined with non fiction characters and real historical events, making it so believable.

Moloka'i is a story about isolation, and friendships/5. This Study Guide consists of approximately 44 pages of chapter summaries, quotes, character analysis, themes, and more - everything you need to sharpen your knowledge of Moloka'i. The novel Moloka'i tells a story full of tragedy and hope that spans seventy-nine years of history.

Most of the novel. Aug 13,  · Moloka'i: A Novel - Kindle edition by Alan Brennert. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Moloka'i: A Novel/5(K).

Jan 07,  · Like Molokai, Daughter of Molokai is a beautiful story, full of historical and cultural detail that leaves the reader richer for the experience of having read the book. Brennert's love of the Hawaiian and Japanese people is evident in the accurate, yet compassionate, manner in which he tells the story of his characters' lives/5(32).

Jan 11,  · Alan Brennert's novel Moloka'i is based on serious research into the history of this colony (and includes Brocker's book in the Author's Note). Like Brocker he chooses to focus on the human tragedy, both of individual sufferers and of those families who, while free from the disease themselves, were ostracized by their neighbors and employers.

Reading guide for Daughter of Moloka'i by Alan Brennert - discussion guide for book clubs. Molokai The island of Molokai remains true to its island roots. Lanai Luxury and rugged nature blend on this enticing island. Maui Quaint towns, farms and beautiful beaches await on the “Valley Isle.” Island of Hawaii The youngest island is the largest and full of adventure.

Experiences. Experiences Overview; Adventure Discover exciting. On Molokai, you can do as much as you want or nothing at all. Perhaps a little of both. Snorkeling, scuba, fishing, whale watching, golf, hikes, tours. Or maybe try to complete that book you’ve been reading.

Or a nap at the beach under a palm tree. ACCOMMODATIONS. If you’re visiting our beautiful island, you’ll be needing a place to stay.

Kalele Bookstore is the heart of Molokai, Hawaii - visitor information and free coffee. Kamaaina, kahuna, hawaiian healers, christian pilgrims and spiritual seekers share mana and traditional knowledge. Soul gifts include Molokai Made jewelry and art. Check out this great listen on southlakes-cottages.com The powerful debut novel from Alan Brennert, Moloka’i tells the story of Rachel Kalama, a seven-year-old Hawaiian girl who contracts leprosy and is quarantined on the island of Moloka’i during the s.

Separated from her family and forced t. Our Reading Guide for Moloka'i by Alan Brennert includes a Book Club Discussion Guide, Book Review, Plot Summary-Synopsis and Author Bio. A gritty story of love and survival in a Hawaiian leper colony: more a portrait of old Hawaii than a compelling narrative.

The chronicle of leprosy-infected Rachel Kalama begins in in Honolulu and ends in the late s on isolated Moloka’i, site of the Kalaupapa Leprosy southlakes-cottages.com: Alan Brennert. Nicknamed “The Friendly Isle” for its welcoming residents and open-armed invitation to visitors, Molokai is a rural land, nestled quietly among crystal waters and endless skies of blue.

A far cry from the world of Oahu’s Waikiki, visitors here will find no traffic lights, zero shopping malls and no skyscrapers touching the clouds. What they. The Colony: The Harrowing True Story of the Exiles of Molokai – John Tayman (I have not read this one yet, but will this Winter with 3 boxes of Kleenex I imagine) Even Michner's Hawai‘i has parts about Moloka‘i.

I started a book list, it's under Top Questions on the general Hawai‘i forum here's the link. Molokai: By Alan Brennert: PBR Book Review: Today, there are effective medicines and treatments for Hansen’s disease (historically known as Leprosy).

The disease is also not as communicable as once thought. However, this book spans 80 years from the late ’s to During much of this time, Leprosy was feared and severely curtailed.

Molokai is generally thought of as the last bit of "real" Hawaii. Tourism has been held at bay by the island’s unique history and the pride of the island’s predominantly native Hawaiian.Molokai embraces the true Hawaiian spirit but without the typical Hawaiian fanfare.

The pace is slower here, the nightlife and megaresorts are practically nonexistent (no buildings taller than a coconut tree are allowed), you won't even find a traffic light on this small island (38 miles long and 10 miles wide).Daughter of Moloka'i by Alan Brennert ~ pages ~ published 2/19/19 by St.

Martin's Press Goodreads Synopsis: DAUGHTER OF MOLOKA′I is the highly anticipated sequel to Alan Brennert’s acclaimed book club favorite, and national bestseller, MOLOKA′I. It’s a companion tale that tells the story of Ruth, the daughter that Rachel Kalama—quarantined for most of.