A Light In The Window (The Mitford Years, Book 2)
Publish date: February 1st 1996
Publisher: Turtleback Books
Pages no: 413
Edition language: English
Series: Mitford Years (#2)
I'm not sure if I can finish this [I'm almost at the half-way point]. I read the first in the series, and it was cute enough. Well, clearly I'd forgotten a lot. It's actually rather saccharine and corny, but this is ever so much worse than the first one. It seems that Rev. Tim, a 60-year-old, life-l...
This book was recommended to me by a friend. While the book was well-written, interesting, and character-driven, I ended up skimming through it after the first 80 pages or so. It's basically a feel-good novel. There was much more Christianity in it than I would have preferred, as I am not Christian,...
This series is balm to my soul :-) I don't like this one quite as much as the first book, mostly because cousin Meg and Edith Mallory both BUG me. I know they're supposed to, but seriously! Father Tim needs a spine transplant, because that wet noodle isn't doing him any good.But aside from that, it'...
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