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Persecuted for their beliefs, one family must travel the globe for a place to call home....

Geneva, 1688. Jeanne is barely scraping by on meager earnings from weaving. She dreams of her previous life as a wealthy merchant’s wife before Louis XIV’s soldiers ran her family out of France for refusing to renounce their faith. But even in Geneva, Jeanne and her son aren’t anywhere close to free from persecution....

Jacob hopes his letters make it to Jeanne from the other side of the ocean. As he bides his time as an indentured servant on a Caribbean plantation, tragedy strikes in the form of shipwreck and pirates. The former merchant desperately searches for a way back to his wife....

If Jeanne and Jacob can’t rise above a world that’s closing all its doors, then they may never be reunited again....

Voyage of Malice is the second book in the Huguenot Chronicles, a series of historical fiction novels set during a time of religious persecution. If you like vividly accurate historical details, seafaring adventures, and heartwarming tales of family loyalty, then you’ll love Paul C.R. Monk’s rousing novel. 

Buy Voyage of Malice to find a way home today!

©2017, 2018, 2019 Paul C.R. Monk (P)2019 Paul C.R. Monk

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Gory violence, Accurate account of war

Still had difficulty keeping people straight because of the French pronunciations, but it is a good story.

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Captivating Book #2 in series. Highly recommended.

This is book #2 in this captivating series about the Huguenots. The story continues from book #1, so it is advised that you read that book first. This is an adventurous and fascinating tale that continues the story of the Delpech family, a Huguenot family that has been separated for some time and are trying to find their way back to one another.

The writing is some of the most lyrical and beautiful writing I’ve read, the story strong in historical detail, the characters deeply developed and (captivating – use another word). If you have never read about this period or have a desire to know more, this is a highly recommended series.

I listened to the audio version, and the narrator, David Pickering, is fantastic. He really brings life to the characters and the story.

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Voyage of Malice

I’m really enjoying this historical story. Jacob and Jeanne are separated by an ocean, but they are still with each other. Enduring the cruelty of the time, they are staying true to their faith and striving to be reunited.

Paul C. R. Monk has written a story that tugs at my heartstrings and David Pickering’s narration really enhances it. I’m looking forward to seeing how the story concludes in the next book.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and I have voluntarily left this review.

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Good story

First of all the narrator was the best that I have ever listened to. The story was good also, but I gave this story a 3 because of the language that was used. I thought that this was a christian author, and maybe he is but I think he took realism to a much higher level than I appreciated. His use of God and Jesus Christ was not out of respect but used as curse words and I just could not finish listening to the story on audible. So I will not be buying anymore of this authors books or audible books. Too bad the author used this language because the story was good.