The House Of Pride
In fact, Percival Ford was no more a woman's man than he was a man's man. A glance at him told the reason. He had a good constitution, never was on intimate terms with sickness, nor even mild disorders; but he lacked vitality. His was a negative organism. No blood with a ferment in it could have nourished and shaped that long and narrow face, those thin lips, lean cheeks, and the small, sharp eyes.
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If I didn't need a book that took place in Hawaii for my fifty state challenge, I would have given up on this book of short after just a few paragraphs. The description of the lepers was graphic, the characters superficial. Read full review