Amazing Grace, Who Proves That Virtue Has Its Silver Lining

Amazing Grace, Who Proves That Virtue Has Its Silver Lining

Kate Trimble Sharber

Children's / Fiction

“Is worth more than its price of admission into a world of romance studded with twinkling stars of fun and frolic. It is, in other words, a jolly novel alive with epigrams which make the brain tingle with amusement, for an epigram is really the funny bone of the brain; its tingling can be felt long after it has been perpetrated. It hits one’s mentality squarely between the eyes. As for the plucky little Southern heroine, who keeps the reader on the jump, she is altogether the most unexpected and entertaining of mortals.” -The Bookseller “Here is the intimate self-revelation of a wide-awake young Southern girl of the younger generation, who to the scandal of her whole family insists upon keeping her independence.” -The Bookman
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