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The Trail of '98

Robert W. Service

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. . .row stateroom floor, under the old man's kindly eye. The fruit minded us of sunlit vines, and the careless rapture of the South. To me the situation was one of rare charm. She ate daintily, and as we talked, I studied her face as if I would etch it on my memory forever.

In particular I noticed the wistful contour of her cheek, her sensitive mouth, and the fine modelling of her chin. She had clear, candid eyes and sweeping lashes, too. Her ears were shell-like, and her hair soft, wavy and warm. These things I marked minutely, thinking she was more than beautiful—she was even pretty. I was in a state of extraordinary elation, like a man that has found a jewel in the mire.

It must be remembered, lest I appear to be taking a too eager interest in the girl, that up till now the world of woman had been terra incognita to me; that I had lived a singularly cloistered life, and that first and last I was an idealist. This girl had distinction, mystery and c. . . Read More

Community Reviews

Good story telling. Slow in some parts. The use of words are the sign of when the book was written and show the biases of that time frame. There were parts of this book that pushes the reader of the time to questions if the definition of the traditional marriage is the only way to look at relationsh

The Trail of Ninety-Eight: A Northland Romance is a tale of adventure and love set in the Klondike Gold Rush in Alaska. Written around the turn of the twentieth century, the story features a young Scotsman who has made his way to the US to find work with a relative. But he, instead, is lured by the