The barefoot girl: a novel of St. Margaret
Based on the life of St. Margaret, a novel set against the backdrop of fourteenth-century Italy chronicles the life of Margharita, a young woman separated from her family by marriage, who seeks refuge from a brutal marriage to an abusive husband in her faith, praying for her own safety, for that of her unborn child, and for the starving people surrounding the castle walls. Original. 30,000 first printing.
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Review: The Barefoot Girl: A Novel of St. Margaret, Patroness of the AbusedUser Review - Brianna - Goodreads
From sinner to saint, and the journey in between. When my friend described to me this book, I had a completely different picture of what it was about in my head. She told me only about the material ... Read full review
Review: The Barefoot Girl: A Novel of St. Margaret, Patroness of the AbusedUser Review - Shauna Johnston - Goodreads
This book was okay....it was good to read to pass the time at the doctor's offie, but not one that I would highly recomend to a friend. Read full review