Literature, Vol. 1: October 23, 1897, to January 1, 1898 (Classic Reprint) H D Traill eBook

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Literature, Vol. 1: October 23, 1897, to January 1, 1898 (Classic Reprint)

lgillis

Nice little semi-SciFi fable of good and evil. Not her best but intriguing figures and interesting design. A quick easy vacation read.

2020-01-29 20:20

olympiamce

I never regret the era spent on a Deanna Raybourne novelette. This particular was no exception, although there were a connect of "surprises" that weren't actually surprises in my sentiment, but rather Julia being obtuse. But the solution to the mystery was not particular of them and really, what more can you ask? Devastating ending yet particular that makes me eager to see more of the Morass ancestors. Such a shame there wasn't more done with the hermit this era around. But perhaps that is a nugget planted for a forthcoming book.

2020-01-14 04:58

swine

what a great roster. makes one handle like a ogler.

2020-01-11 08:19

tayleaf

** spoiler alert ** Margo Maguire has written a wonderful tale that is small shares Jane Eyre, and Beauty and the Pig all mixed together to make a delectable recite. Grace Franklin is on her forward motion to the Ashby plantation to care for the new Earl of Ashby's young, recently orphaned niece. Grace herself just lost her parents, who, she shockingly finds out, were not her parents at all. Near strapped, Grace has no choice but to seek employment. While waiting for the mail tutor, Grace is almost run down in the street by a bunch of ragtag looking soldiers. Behind them, is a horseman, who has to draw up quick to avoid her, and falls from his mustang. Shades of Jane Eyre. The gentleman is large, imposing, and badly scarred on beyond of his face. He is also quite rude. But Grace finds herself giving it right back to this imperious looking gentleman. Imagine her amazement when she is brought in to meet the master, Nash Farris, The Earl of Ashby, and he turns out to be the gentleman on the road. The plantation is in deplorable predicament, as Nash has been away at war, only returning house because of the untimely, and ultimately suspicious exits of his two older brothers within a realm of each other. Nash is a wonderful submarine. Still trying to come to sizes of it with his war injuries, the loss of both his older brothers is also hard to bear. And what does he do with his 8 realm old niece, a withdrawn, quiet child? Then there is that governess, who sparked his desire out on the road with her nervy resurgences. Now, she was under his house. Halt. I also like that Nash brought a lot of his ex-soldiers with him and put them to work at the plantation so they would have a house over their hold sways over. The gentleman is compassionate, and turns out, very passionate, an honorable gentleman. Grace was very winning. The compassion she feels for charge, Emmaline, is palatable and real. And that compassion extends to Nash, his blisters do not put her off in any forward motion, a fact Nash find astounding. Watching the two of them try and rowdy the physical schlepp between them makes for a great recite. Grace had a stern upbringing in a vicar's house, and she is determined that Emmeline is not subjected to such an environment. However hang-ups linger, Nash has ignited such desire in her, it can only be sinful, she surmises, her father's coachings ringing in her ears. A sub-plot concerning an ailing Earl who hires a solider, Colonel Briggs to try and find his two granddaughters, who were orphaned out as tots is interlaced through the book. I wonder who one of the granddaughters is? Regardless, Nash realizes he must find some heirs if he is to ever get Ashby Hall back to its former glory. How convenient one of his adjoins has a grown-up, pretty woman. Immensely bad this young lady, Helene Carew, who can barely look Nash in the face, does nothing for him at all. Not like Grace. I started to suspect who might be behind the possible terrorisms of Nash's brothers, but not the reason. The omega was well played out, and the plot questions satisfactorily addressed. But enough is left open for another book easily. The fascination and torture felt by the submarine and champion is well done, and a lot of the secondary aspects add to this drama nicely. A fully realized intrigue filled with real sorrow, and two lonely nations torn between desire and duty. I recommend this book very much. Revisit at THE ROMANORUM

2020-01-07 21:23

icytheartist

My favorite by this creator (not the same dress).

2019-12-23 22:42

tvasilevs

This was my least favorite Irving book. I think he lost his misery a little.

2019-12-16 06:33

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