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God's Country-And the Woman

James Oliver Curwood

Book Overview: 

James Curwood wrote many adventures of the far north. He had saved enough money to travel to the Canadian northwest, a trip that provided the inspiration for his wilderness adventure stories. The success of his novels afforded him the opportunity to return to the Yukon and Alaska for several months each year that allowed him to write more than thirty such books.

The Canadian North is often referred to as “God’s Country”

God’s Country is a tale of adventure, mystery and romance!

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .In what he now asked her he could not believe that he was treading upon prohibited ground, and in the face of their apparent innocence he was dismayed at the effect his words had upon her. It seemed to him that her eyes flinched when he spoke, as if he had struck at her. There passed over her face the look which he had come to dread: a swift, tense betrayal of the grief which he knew was eating at her soul, and which she was fighting so courageously to hide from him. It had come and gone in a flash, but the pain of it was left with him. She smiled at him a bit tremulously.

"I understand why you ask that," she said, "and it is no more than fair that I should tell you. Of course you are wondering a great deal about me. You have just asked yourself how I could ever hear of such a place as Venice away up here among the Indians. Why, do you know"—she leaned forward, as if to whisper a secret, her blue eyes shilling with a sudden laughter—"I've even re. . . Read More

Community Reviews

This book was written by a man but he does so in the view of the woman. I found it very easy to read and considering the date this book was written I found it very intuitive.

As I've said elsewhere in previous reviews of Curwood books, I got introduced to James Oliver Curwood by my soon-to-be grandfather in law, shortly after I started courting one of his granddaughters (the best of by far of some nine or so). Grampa Brown would live with one of his kids or another and s

Edition of audiobook on cassette was not an option on Goodreads. Used MP3 as best fit.

Curwood has a limited repertoire of stories to tell, so in a sense he's telling them over and over again with variations on the basic themes. The women are all strong but really looking for a "master," and the men are all looking for that kind of woman. They fall in love at first sight and vow to di

This book was made into movies in 1915 and 1936. (The movies are sometimes entitled "The Avenging Stranger.") I had never heard of it before, but it is a compelling story of pure love, adventure, survival, loyalty, secrets, shame, sled dogs, friendship, promises, brutality, and revenge in the North

This book is filled with mystery and intrigue, as well as adventure and romance. It is a book that I didn't want to put down.