The Musician's Quest
Robert's mother had died when he was very young. His father, overwhelmed with grief and responsibility, eventually disappeared, leaving Robert to the care of his austere, very strict grandmother. In her sincere yet misguided devotion to God, she is constantly on guard against any weak characteristics from her wayward son which might appear in her young grandson.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - charlie68 - LibraryThing
Although inconsistent in its themes, for heart and excellent prose this is a great book. And as for a reader of many of Mr Macdonald's works it echoes a lot of his other tales. It makes for a fascinating look at this author. Read full review
Review: The Musician's QuestUser Review - Margie Dickinson - Goodreads
Just as lovely a story as the first time I read it many years ago. It is inspiring to read fiction about noble selfless characters once in a while. Read full review