Follow the fortunes of the MacLean family of Mull as the generations grow through adversity, separation, and distrust. See how your Scottish forebears might have spread out across the Empire in the 19th century!
Book 2 of Remnants opens with the MacLeans recovering from Gillan's death and working to become part of the community in the Nova Scotia wilderness. Muirne is moving toward marriage but confronted with a series of obstacles to the union, Neil works to win justice for their father's death but secretly feels lost, and all five of them suffer from the expulsion from Scotland in their different ways.
A crofting family in western Scotland, 1822, must deal with the political and economic changes to their island home. Sheila and Gillan must adjust to the new industrializion or struggle against it until the tension breaks apart their family.
In this 3rd novel about the MacLeans of Mull, readers follow the 2 younger children: Alisdair's ambition drives him to attain higher education, while Sheena returns to Scotland with her new husband, only to find she is confronting similar prejudices. The siblings struggle for recognition amid the backdrop of social change, culminating in difficult choices, and a breathtaking finish.