Tag Archives: Elizabeth Goudge

The Castle on the Hill

Miss Brown, in her early forties, is alone and at a loss as to what to do. Living in the early years of WW2 England, she is overtaken by fear, having just lost her home and her livelihood due to … Continue reading

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Coming in 2016

Elizabeth Goudge coming in April: coming  January  5  from DE Stevenson (there are several DE Stevenson titles now coming out in Kindle also!)  

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The Scent of Water

It’s Christmas time and I needed a Christmas read. With recent family events and illnesses that bordered on serious, I was looking for something I could pick up when I needed a distraction and a relaxation. Well, I chose “The … Continue reading

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The Heart of the Family

“The Heart of the Family” is the third and last volume of the Eliot Family trilogy. I wish there were three more! This book continues the story of Lucilla Eliot and her family and focuses mainly on David, Lucilla’s grandson, … Continue reading

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Island Magic

Ranulph is one of the survivors of a shipwreck, rescued by the inhabitants of one of the Islands off the coast of France and England. He is invited by Rachell Du Frocq to spend his recovery time at their farm. … Continue reading

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Gentian Hill

Gentian Hill by Elizabeth Goudge My rating: 4 of 5 stars Gentian Hill combines legend with history, real characters with fictional, and seascapes with farmland. Set in England in late 18th to early 19th century, this novel gave me a … Continue reading

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The Bird in the Tree

The Bird in the Tree by Elizabeth Goudge My rating: 5 of 5 stars I love this book, and the entire ‘Eliot Heritage’ trilogy! Elizabeth Goudge writes so convincingly and yet non-offensively. As she has been a favorite author of … Continue reading

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