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by Ginjer Buchanan


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White Silence" is a stand-alone novel featuring many beloved characters from the Highlander milieu.

Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). White Silence" is a stand-alone novel featuring many beloved characters from the Highlander milieu. Surrounded by actual historical personalities, including the publisher of the Seattle newspaper, they experience many adventures (including an avalanche).

The year is 1889 and the San Francisco gold rush is in full swing. Highlander: White Silence. Highlander - There Can Be Only One

The year is 1889 and the San Francisco gold rush is in full swing. Seeking adventure, Duncan MacLeod, member of an age old race of immortals, sets out for the Alaskan territory.

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White Silence (Highlander Ginjer Buchanan. Year Published: 1999. The free online library containing 450000+ books. Read books for free from anywhere and from any device. Listen to books in audio format instead of reading. He and his friends soon find themselves trapped in a frozen hell.

The year is 1889 and the San Francisco gold rush is in full swing

The year is 1889 and the San Francisco gold rush is in full swing  .

Used availability for Ginjer Buchanan's White Silence. March 1999 : USA Mass Market Paperback.

Highlander : white silence. by. Buchannan, Ginjer. MacLeod, Duncan (Fictitious character). New York : Warner ; Maidenhead : Melia. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio).

The year is 1889 and the San Francisco gold rush is in full swing. Seeking adventure, Duncan MacLeod, member of an age old race of immortals, sets out for the Alaskan territory. He and his friends soon find themselves trapped in a frozen hell.
Hra
It is one of my favorite Highlander novels.
I'm not sure if it does have historical facts but the story about Fitz and Mac is good. It seems the author is able to capture Mac's and Fitz's character personalities and write details that reflect on their relationship perfectly. Some of the quotes in this book are touching.
Bragis
"White Silence" is a very enjoyable escape into the "Highlander" world. The relationship between Duncan MacLeod and Hugh Fitzcairn is expanded and another part of their history is revealed. Many times while reading this adventure I didn't want to put it down. When I had read the last page I wished there was more. I think this is a very good addition to the "Highlander" saga and would recommend it to any fan.
Ballazan
This book was an easy read; it had a good history of the Alaskan regions and dogsledding. I could picture Roger Daltrey in this book,(heavy Fitz involvement) and character imagery is important for a Highlander book. I had problems with phrases being repeated, and the predictable ending, but overall, it was worth reading. Good for a hot day in August!
Jorius
"White Silence" is one of the best of the Highlander book series so far. This story will especially appeal to anyone who likes the character of Fitzhugh (played on the TV series by Roger Daltry). The storyline is an exciting one, set in the wilds of Northwestern North America during the gold rush, and takes everyone through some very cold, harsh country. My recommendation is that this book be read somewhere warm--the writing is so well-done you'll be freezing by the end!
Brariel
Though this was not my favorite of the Highlander novels, I loved the great humor created between Duncan and Fitz. I always loved it whenever this pair hooked up in the television series because they work wonderfully together. Ginjer Buchanan really captured the true character of Fitzcairn heckling his old pal MacLeod as usual. This ficticious account of the three immortals searching for gold is a nice portrayal of life during the gold rush.
Gamba
"White Silence" is about Duncan, Fitz, and Fitz' student, Danny, prospecting for gold in Yukon territory in the late 1800s. The entire novel is set in this one time period.
The characterizations are pretty good (although I think Duncan's is better than Fitz'), and Amanda makes a brief appearance at the beginning.
But the plot is pretty thin. Duncan, Fitz, and Danny and a couple guides stupidly go prospecting in the late fall and get a big dose of arctic winter. And that's pretty much it (it's not completely it, but I'm not going to totally spoil what little suspense the book has). I mean, you could almost just read the blurb on the back cover and skip the book.
While I don't mind a book that has a few people alone being challenged by the elements (or else I wouldn't have loved Barry Longyear's "Enemy Mine" or Ursula LeGuin's "The Left Hand of Darkness" so much), generally the people come out of the quest profoundly changed. And we see the fruits of that change. But we don't get such fruits in "White Silence." Maybe Fitz is a little sadder but wiser, but that's about it. We saw much more change to Duncan in "Scimitar" and "The Path" and "Zealot," for example, than we see in Fitz.
Геракл
The only reason this book gets one star is because the web site won't go below that. This book is telling me that whatever powers that be in the Highlander world just don't care about the quality of the stories being put out.
The story has absolutely no flow to it. The author has things going on with no indication of what time period you are in. The characters are very out of sync with each other, the description is mediocre at best, and the plot is non-existant.
Although the characters of Duncan and Fitz have been established by the TV series, the books character development is weak. We aren't given any opportunity to explore the back grounds and histories in a way that we will get to know and enjoy their plights. Instead, we see events happening with no clear indication if it is a dream, a flash back, or just some idle thoughts. Events happen, and we are to just assume that things happened, and they aren't important to the story. Then why did they happen?
Overall, if you have a fire that need starting, this is a good thing to use. Otherwise, don't waste your time or money.
Love the Highlander movies and TV series and ending up loving the book series as well! Unfortunately I was sad when I wasn't able to get the full series before the print run came to an end but was surprised to find them in digital editions on Amazon. The narration and story telling put you right back into the TV series with Adrian Paul.
I esp. loved this book because it has Hugh Fitzcairn in it who you might know as Rodger Daltrey of the WHO. My only complaint is that I wish there were more books in this series....
Highlander(TM): White Silence ebook
Author:
Ginjer Buchanan
Category:
Genre Fiction
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Publisher:
Aspect (March 1, 1999)
Rating:
4.9
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