“The Others Cast” is the third novel in the Blessed Memory series by Nicole Kidman. The novel chronicles the life of three families in modern-day England during the time period of the Second World War. Grace (Nicole Kidman), the devoted Catholic mother of two daughters (Anne and Nicky), is taken by the British to the English countryside on the eve of the Blitz. She longs for the safety of her daughters but fears her faith is wavering.
While resting her ill baby daughter in a nearby cottage, she witnesses an ancient vampire being attacked by a violent stranger. In a panic, she rushes to the nearby hospital only to find that the doctor has been attacked as well. He is badly injured and the woman he was caring for, his wife, has also been severely injured. Grace’s resolve to save the lives of her mother and daughters comes too late. If you loved this article and you would want to receive more info concerning web site please visit our site. She and the Doctor race through the dark night to safety but are too late to help the severely injured Doctor.
As the war rages on, Grace and the others are captured by the Germans. They are taken to the Gestapo concentration camp where they face horrible physical and mental torments. Their food and water are either scarce or non-existent. Grace and the others are forced to work in the camp’s coal mines. As the war ends, Grace becomes a war widow and flees to the United States.
In the 1940s, Grace and her sister, Beth, live in Texas City where their father runs a dry goods store. The girls enjoy going to the store with their mother and play with their toys. During one of their shopping excursions, they notice a row of metal cast iron furniture piled in the back. Thinking quickly, the girls decide to try and fix the pieces.
They are not alone in their quest. Across the city, dozens of other children have found the hidden boxes. Soon, the rest of the neighborhood starts to join in the treasure hunt. The power tool will soon be uncovered…
As the cast iron machines begin to make their way through the neighborhood, the housewives of the area realize they have a major problem. What had been several pieces of furniture are now sitting in the middle of the road, covered in leaves. They decide to call the local police so that they can have the street cleaned up. The local constable shows up, however, he has no idea what kind of treasures the cast iron contraptions are holding.
Investigating, he finds the housewives have some kind of power tool in their possession. He is about to arrest them when a stranger shows up, claiming to be an inventor. Before arresting them, the police find out that the owner of the house had hid the cast iron contraption in their yard. Realizing the gravity of the situation, the inventor decides to give up his inventions. The others decide to help out, and they too learn that finding the Others will likely take more than one power tool.
Armed with this new information, the police return to the spot where the others gathered to look for the Others. Now armed with the power tool and a new understanding of the Others, the police are able to capture the Others. With only one power tool and a lot of treasure in their possession, the crew of the pirate ship celebrate their victory over the Others. Meanwhile, the others are learning the meaning of Christmas.
A year later, George enters an auction held by an old woman, mistaking her for the real Lady Baillie. She wants to buy the Others but George thinks they are worth much more than she is willing to pay. To make matters worse, her husband appears with a loud voice claiming to be the real Lady Baillie. George realizes his mistake and runs off with the others while the auction is in progress. As the Others close in, they overhear what has taken place. Making matters worse, two pirates enter with weapons drawn.
The brothers realize that the Others are being held prisoner in their own home. The captain tells the group that they have no choice but to let the power tool go if they want to get the treasure. The power tool however cannot be reassembled without the proper cast iron tools, which the others do not have. After hearing this, Donny and Frank devise a plan to get the tools, while telling the Others to leave the auction without entering and bidding.
Will the others enter the auction or will they just leave? Will they buy the power tool or leave? Will the Others catch them? Will they succeed or fail? “The Others Cast Iron” is based on the true events of the Great Depression.