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What's Mine's Mine - Volume 1

George MacDonald

Book Overview: 

Set in the invigorating wilds of Scotland, clans are crumbling and emigrating as their homeland is bought out from under them. The characters quickly become your friends as you identify with and learn from their struggles and joys. Contrasts abound between true and false (or shallow) relationships, convictions, morals, and faith.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .They were more than well worn—looked even in that poor light a little shabby. On his head was the highland bonnet called a glengarry. His profile was remarkable—hardly less than grand, with a certain aquiline expression, although the nose was not roman. His eyes appeared very dark, but in the daylight were greenish hazel. Usually he talked with the girl in Gaelic, but was now speaking English, a far purer English than that of most English people, though with something of the character of book-English as distinguished from conversation-English, and a very perceptible accent.

"And when was it you heard from Lachlan, Annie?" he asked.

After a moment's pause, during which she had been putting away things in a drawer of the counter—not so big as many a kitchen dresser—

"Last Thursday it was, sir," answered the girl. "You know we hear every month, sometimes oftener."

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Community Reviews

Characters so rich and virtuous that you really kind-of hate the characters in whatever book you read next.

I was so ready to not like this book. As soon as I found it to be by a very religious writer, I thought, well I will just have to suffer thru it. Was I ever wrong. Yes it was too religious for me but the writing was perfect. Every single sentence was good, very good. Could the story have been told i