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Peregrine's Progress

Jeffery Farnol

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .eef—beef's the thing! d'ye like beef, hey?"

"Yes, sir!"

"How about pudding-steak and kidney pudding—d'ye like that?"

"Yes, sir!"

"Good lad! So do I! Just had some in the 'Artichoke' yonder—all hot!
Go and do likewise, my poor lad! Say Squire sent ye—and eat hearty!"
As he spoke he reached into a pocket of his smallclothes, took out a
shilling, pressed it into my hand, nodded and strode away.


Stomach is and ever has been a mighty factor in the affairs of mankind: the proud and lowly, the fool and sage, all alike are slaves to its imperious dictates. Let it go empty, and it is a curse, breeding cowardice, gloomy suspicions, unreasonableness, angers and a thousand evils and dissensions; fill it and it is a comfort, promoting good-fellowship, kindliness and abounding virtue. Hence, instead of saying of a man. . . Read More

Community Reviews

A solid four!

Every one seems in agreement that this book is Five/Four Stars, and it was, for the first half of the book which was the first book, (it's split into three). So, I'm going to review that part first.

Starting around the beginning of The Broad Highway, this book is the story of Peregri...more

I've read this twice now, something I rarely do. One of Farnol's best.