A Glastonbury Romance

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Simon and Schuster, 1932 - Psychological fiction - 1174 pages
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User Review  - charlie68 - LibraryThing

Good to great writing, but what a lot of it. A huge cast of characters with numerous plot lines that dont often lead anywhere, and a lot of New Age mumbo-jumbo that has some resonance in truth but mostly adds heft to the book. Read full review

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User Review  - LizzieD - LibraryThing

(I'll put this up here until a better review comes along; I hope for one to appear shortly!) So. A Glastonbury Romance is about life, I think. The cosmos is alive from the First Cause through the sun ... Read full review

Contents

VOLUME ONE i The Will
21
The River
67
Stonehenge
90
Copyright

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