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Inspired by a true story, this is a fictional story, based on fact. ISOLATION tells of newly weds Meghan and James Morley who leave England in 1859 on the ship the Roman Emperor, and travel to New Zealand in search of a new life with the intention of eventually owning their own farm. This story covers the twelve years they lived in New Zealand and tells of the successes, Inspired by a true story, this is a fictional story, based on fact. ISOLATION tells of newly weds Meghan and James Morley who leave England in 1859 on the ship the Roman Emperor, and travel to New Zealand in search of a new life with the intention of eventually owning their own farm. This story covers the twelve years they lived in New Zealand and tells of the successes, trials and tribulations they experienced during that time. James is a surveyor by trade and while he struggles with the isolation of high country farming his wife Meg thrives on it. Meg is left alone to run the farm for months at a time, often trapped alone in the valley by winter weather, while her husband goes back to his surveying job to raise more capital for the farm. When he gets caught up in the search for gold, the fortune he finds will change their lives forever.


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Inspired by a true story, this is a fictional story, based on fact. ISOLATION tells of newly weds Meghan and James Morley who leave England in 1859 on the ship the Roman Emperor, and travel to New Zealand in search of a new life with the intention of eventually owning their own farm. This story covers the twelve years they lived in New Zealand and tells of the successes, Inspired by a true story, this is a fictional story, based on fact. ISOLATION tells of newly weds Meghan and James Morley who leave England in 1859 on the ship the Roman Emperor, and travel to New Zealand in search of a new life with the intention of eventually owning their own farm. This story covers the twelve years they lived in New Zealand and tells of the successes, trials and tribulations they experienced during that time. James is a surveyor by trade and while he struggles with the isolation of high country farming his wife Meg thrives on it. Meg is left alone to run the farm for months at a time, often trapped alone in the valley by winter weather, while her husband goes back to his surveying job to raise more capital for the farm. When he gets caught up in the search for gold, the fortune he finds will change their lives forever.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    ian

    A tale of pioneering hardship and devotion An excellent recount of the hardships and achievements of those early pioneers enveloped in a sensitive understanding of human feeling and obsessions

  2. 4 out of 5

    Truitti

    Excellent fact based story of a couple's life immigrating to New Zealand. Full of joy, promise, initiative, and heart break. Excellent fact based story of a couple's life immigrating to New Zealand. Full of joy, promise, initiative, and heart break.

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