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Just finished this book...was a good read.
Klassen writes with great detail--her research process must be intense!--and does a beautiful job of making the setting, characters, and story truly come alive.
One thing I liked about this book is that even though most of the time ordinary events were happening, it was always interesting.
I really liked this story but it wasn't my favorite of her books that I have read so far. I felt the leading man, Nathaniel, wasn't a very strong character.Published 11 hours ago by Jana
One of my favorite bits is how the conversations about faith sound like actual conversations I would have with people. They flowed well. I laughed and thoroughly enjoyed myself. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Amy Ferrell
I thought it was most entertaining. It was a look into life in the 19th century. Of course the love story was very sweet and enjoyable.Published 9 days ago by Iris Alessi
I like Jane Austin and shows like Downtown Abbey, so this book was fun to read. I'd recommend it if you're into those.Published 1 month ago by Melissa A Smith
After reading all of her books once, and my three favorite a second time, The Maid at Fairborne Hall has risen to the top.Published 1 month ago by Heidelbergbooks