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George MacDonald

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .There's no rizzon, tap nor tae, i' the puir body, and ye're naewise b'und to her farther nor to du richt by her.'

'I'm glaid ye dinna want me to gang,' answered Kirsty. 'She carries hersel that gran' 'at ye're maist driven to the consideration hoo little she's worth; and that's no the richt speerit anent onybody or thing God thoucht worth makin.'








Francie's anger had died down a good deal by the time he reached home. He was, as his father's friend had just said, by no means a bad sort of fellow, only he was full of himself, and therefore of little use to anybody. His mother and he, when not actually at strife, wer. . . Read More

Community Reviews

George MacDonald books are hard books to read, thanks to the 19th century Scottish style of language in which they are written, but they are worth the effort. He tells good stories that leave one feeling so, so good. It's very clear that he was a minister, as his books always seem to highlight Bibli

A story of love-
Love between friends
Love between parent and child
Love between brother and sister
Love between man and woman
And love between a simple boy his God.
The Peasant Girl’s Dream was a sweet story set in the Scottish Highlands. It was throughly well written, explored the influences we hav

At first I thought I would be unable to wade through the thick (and honestly, rather unnecessary) Scottish dialect, but I'm glad I stuck it out. This is a good book and I love Kirsty, and you can whisper "Mary Sue" all you like and I won't change my mind one iota. Sometimes it's just nice to have a

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