"Ràinig mi a' chèidse gun trioblaid sam bith ach bha na gaisein air cùl m' amhaich ag èirigh, is fios a'm nach biodh m' uncail air mo leigeil a-mach à sealladh gun rudeigin air choreigin a bhith fa-near dha. Dh'fhosgail mi an doras-slaodaidh air a' chèidse, chithinn am putan dearg crochte anns an dorchadas. Bha mi air ceum a thoirt a-steach dhan lioft nuair a reub gath gorm dealanaich tron togalach gu lèir 's mhothaich mi nach robh làr anns an lioft idir."
Following the death of his parents Khaleel is alone in the world. That is until he finds out he has an uncle. Why was he never told this before and how much more of his family history has been kept from him.
We at Stòrlann are delighted to have worked with Torcuil Crichton who has brought Robert Louis Stevenson’s Kidnapped into the 21st century. Follow Khaleel on his journey to find his family and his heritage.
Fo Bhruid read chapter by chapter by RG MacLean, Isle of Lewis.
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