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The characters were well developed and their actions were consistent with their characterization.
The story moves quickly, the characters are interesting and realistic, and there are a few twists and turns that keep the pages turning.
That being said, there are other topics that seem a bit too modern for this era, such as a little girl attempting suicide.
Such exquisite writing. Ditto on Keesey's fine analysis of Mansfield Park in LA Review of Books. Language is precise and tone is humorous. Jane Austen would approve. Thanks, Anna.Published 2 months ago by D. stevens
This book never captured my interest. I thought the story sounded interesting, but it dragged, and when I realized I was never excited to get back to it, I stopped reading it.Published 4 months ago by Lynette B Woodward
Anna Keesey does a good job of depicting the impact of a young women from the City upon a group of real cowboys battling sheep ranchers in Oregon.Published 6 months ago by J Arthur
This was a well told tale about the turn of the 19th century in Oregon. The characters were well developed and their actions were consistent with their characterization. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Rodney Dwight Elmore
This was a book club choice...for my wife's club. And, in honesty, I find little about this book that interests me. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Don P. Stewart
I liked the story theme,but it was hard to keep track of what was going on.I think there needed to be more inter action between tne characters.Published 9 months ago by Kindle Customer
The writing is like the country - sparse and beautiful. Esther, an orphaned 18 year old, travels from Chicago to a distant relative in a land that turns out to be completely... Read morePublished 11 months ago by mamabear
"Little Country" written by Anna Keesey is primarily a western - a book of filmic characters where one identifies with the cowpokes in white hats and dislikes the range running... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Jim Duggins, Ph.D.