Far From The Madding Crowd
She was the young woman of the night before. Gabriel instantly thought of the hat she had mentioned as having lost in the wind; possibly she had come to look for it. He hastily scanned the ditch and after walking about ten yards along it found the hat among the leaves. Gabriel took it in his hand and returned to his hut. Here he ensconced himself, and peeped through the loophole in the direction of the rider's approach.
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Review: Far from the Madding CrowdUser Review - Micaela - Goodreads
Wow! A book I had a hard time putting down. The narrative was compelling, centering on ideas of love, guilt, foolishness, sins and the sorrow they bring upon us. "When a rake gambles away his ... Read full review
Review: Far from the Madding CrowdUser Review - Michael Mobley - Goodreads
I listened to this on audio, and wow, was it a LONG listen. Not because the book was long so much as because so much of it was just plain boring. The author is very, very descriptive about everything ... Read full review