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Review: Phoebe Deane (Miranda Trilogy #2)User Review - Becky - Goodreads
Did I enjoy reading Phoebe Deane? Yes and no. Grace Livingston Hill manages to get me worried about the fate of the characters, manages to keep me reading. But. Part of me knows that a happy ending is ... Read full review
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Review: Phoebe Deane (Miranda Trilogy #2)User Review - Sandy - Goodreads
Annoying 'heroine' who never seems to have any backbone and is applauded for her lily livered ways. The story is difficult enough to get through as it moves so slowly and vaguely but the unlikableless of pretty much every single character makes it almost painful to read. Read full review
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Page 154 - Texans aspired to a more definite organization than they possessed. Without any purpose, at least professed, of revolution, they formed a constitution, and sent Austin to ask the admission of Texas, as a separate state, into the Mexican republic, (1833.) This was denied, and Austin thrown into prison. But no outbreak followed for more than two years. Then the Mexican government, resolving to reduce the Texans to entire submission, despatched a force to arrest the officers under the state constitution,...
Page 254 - ... her in a voice loud enough to be heard all over the room, and always being ready to tell just how she was when any one inquired.
Page 48 - Her father she could not remember, as he died when she was but a year old.
Page 49 - Her heart was beating so fast she felt almost as if she had been running.
Page 67 - In the days of his boyhood he had even dared to attach a paper kite to the yellow braids of a girl who sat in front of him in...