Historical Fiction

Duncan's War (Crown and Covenant, #1)
As a whole, I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It's a historical fiction of the Scottish Covenanters in the 17th century, with Duncan as the main character, a young man who wrestles through the thoughts of his heart in regards to the English...

21.02.2015

Dancing at the Chance
New York City in 1907 is a kingdom of endless possibilities for anyone who dares to dream. The Gilded Age has ended, and immigrants fill the bustling streets. The glamour of Broadway lures those who desire the limelight-but only a few are...

21.01.2014

The Light Heart (Williamsburg, #4)
The most terrible story the world had ever seen was being enacted in France and England, and Phoebe Sprague was three thousand miles away."This is the fourth book in an ongoing series about the Day/Sprague families of Williamsburg...

20.12.2016

Mistress of the Sun
The author of the internationally acclaimed Josephine B. trilogy presents a new, irresistible historical novel, based on the life of Louise de la Vallière, who, against all odds, became the most beloved consort of France's Louis XIV,...

20.11.2017

Crow
The summer of 1898 is filled with ups and downs for 11-year-old Moses. He's growing apart from his best friend, his superstitious Boo-Nanny butts heads constantly with his pragmatic, educated father, and his mother is reeling from the discovery of a...

04.06.2017

Catherwood
It is early May 1678 when Catherwood and her one-year-old daughter, Elisabeth, get lost in the woods of the New World. Catherwood has recently immigrated from England with her husband, and they have settled near Albany, New York. Now a moment's...

16.08.2015

Ars Magica
Spain, early 17th century. A woman is found lifeless in Santesteban. All points to a murder committed by the Devil and its followers. The region is being scourged for months by the sorcerers, even if the precedent year eleven people were burned...

29.11.2017

The Marble Queen
Freedom Jane McKenzie isn’t good at following the rules. She doesn’t like any of the things that girls are supposed to like. She’s good at fishing, getting into trouble—and playing marbles. All she wants is to enter the marble competition at the...

25.02.2014

Freya 800 AD
Freya lived more than a thousand years ago at the beginning of the Viking raids on Britain.Home was a longhouse, one of several in the settlement; a stockade protected the small community from bears and wolves roaming the vast glacial...

03.04.2015

Time's Echo
Grace Trewe comes to York intending to spend as little time as possible sorting out her dead godmother’s affairs before moving on, the way she has always done before. Grace prides herself on her independence. She is a practical, sensible,...

01.07.2017

Catilina's Riddle (Roma Sub Rosa, #3)
Using scholarly, historical insight, and evocative storytelling that brings to life the glories of ancient Rome, Steven Saylor takes the reader from the bloody lines of clashing Roman armies to the backrooms of the Senate floor, where power-hungry...

08.03.2018

Lady Pamela
A SCANDALOUSLY UNCONVENTIONAL MIND OF HER OWNBewitching young Lady Pamela Frayne had but one fault--a fault grave enough to make her the talk of glittering London society. This exasperatingly headstrong beauty refused to heed the best advice...

06.06.2016

Dark Matter
In 1696, Christopher Ellis, a young, hot-tempered gentleman, is sent to the Tower of London, but not as a prisoner. A sudden twist of fate has led him there to assist the renowned scientist Sir Isaac Newton, who as Warden of the Royal Mint has...

29.11.2016

Magdalene
The controversial woman with a past only one Man could forgive. A true love story that changed the face of history. x201C;I was Miryam of Magdala, seller of fine fabrics and wife of Yaakov the fisherman. With my husband and son, I held a place of...

29.01.2013

One Night in Winter
The acclaimed novelist and prizewinning historian Simon Sebag Montefiore explores the consequences of forbidden love in this heartbreaking epic, inspired by a true story that unfolds in Stalin's Russia during the bleak days after World War...

06.01.2016

Spain for the Sovereigns (Isabella and Ferdinand, #2)
2.5 stars. I thought this was just an OK/average book. It covers the reign of Isabella and Ferdinand from shortly after their marriage through the return of the adventurer, Cristobol Colon (Columbus) from the New World which includes the...

07.10.2012

Elijah's Mermaid
Why did I decide to read Essie Fox's second novel when I found her first, The Somnambulist, distinctly average? I'm not sure, but I'm...

25.12.2013

The Banished Heart
For Paul Hoffmann, a Jewish student at the University of Berlin, life would be sweet if he could write poetry and, of course, graduate. But since the year is 1933, his life is about to take a very different turn — one that leads him back to...

29.01.2014

The Night They Stormed Eureka
It's 1854, and the Ballarat goldfields are a place of dreams and rebellion as Sam, a homeless teenager, is called back to the past to join the Puddlehams, who run 'the best little cook shop on the diggings'. The Puddlehams dream of buying a hotel...

14.12.2013

The Wild Girl
Now in paperback, a stirring historical novel from the author of One Thousand White Women When Ned Giles is orphaned as a teenager, he heads West, hoping to leave his troubles behind. He joins the 1932 Great Apache...

28.06.2014

Settling the Account (Promises to Keep, #3)
I have already reviewed Sentence of Marriage, but I'm going to include the entire series plus A Second Chance in this review because they really go together and could be one book (length permitting). In fact, somewhere in the middle of Mud...

12.07.2017

The Love Child (Daughters of England #6)
In an England riddled by political and religious strife. Priscilla Eversleigh fights the man who ravaged her, who is attempting to possess her daughter, and who separates her through a dark secret they share from the man she truly...

29.12.2014

The Boston Girl
From the New York Times bestselling author of The Red Tent and Day After Night, comes an unforgettable coming-of-age novel about family ties and values, friendship and feminism told through the eyes of young Jewish woman growing up in Boston in the...

22.06.2016

Susannah of the Mounties (Susannah, #1)
Nine-year-old Susannah was sent from England in the 1890s to visit a young uncle who was an officer in the Royal North-West Mounted Police - the 'Mounties' - living in barracks in Canada. Could anything be more exciting? It was like an adventure...

01.03.2018

Augustine Came to Kent
It is the year 597 and Pope Gregory is sending a select number of his monks, led by Fr. Augustine, to re-evangelize England. Young Wolf, born in that land but raised in Rome, accompanies his father, Wolfstan, who goes as a guide and interpreter....

08.11.2013

To Sleep No More (A Dalton & Dalton Preternatural Mystery Novella #1)
I love historical novels and I also love books with magical/paranormal elements to them, so I knew going in this book was going to be right up my alley!The author created some truly unique world building elements. They were fun to read about...

04.12.2017

Francie
A distinctive new voice in children's fictionFrancie lives with her mother and younger brother, Prez, in rural Alabama, where all three work and wait. Francie's father is trying to get settled in Chicago so he can move his...

15.09.2017

Gai-Jin, Tom #2
The heir to the magnificent English trading company, the Noble House…the direct descendant of the first Toranaga Shogun battling to usher his country into the modern age…a beautiful young French woman forever torn between ambition and desire…Their...

07.06.2018

A Breath of Snow and Ashes (Outlander, #6)
Eagerly anticipated by her legions of fans, this sixth novel in Diana Gabaldon’s bestselling Outlander saga is a masterpiece of historical fiction from one of the most popular authors of our time.Since the initial publication of...

30.05.2018

Lancashire Lass (The Lancashire Settlers, #1)
The only two who want to emigrate are Liza Docherty, a Lancashire lass who would go anywhwere to escape from a marriage her father is trying to force on her with an unsavoury older neighbour, and Andrew Pringle, an impractical dreamer, who is...

29.08.2017

Blood for Blood (John Chase Mystery, #2)
In the spring of 1812, the Luddites are on the march, Lord Byron is taking London drawing rooms by storm, and Penelope Wolfe has become a lady's companion. When one of the footmen turns up dead with a knife to the heart, Penelope and Bow Street...

24.04.2018

Independence! (Wagons West, #1)
In 1837, a fiery young widow, Claudia Humphries, and a bold wagon master, Sam Brentwood, discover that it is their destiny to command the first leg of the remarkable journey to Independence, Missouri. Traveling under secret orders from President...

01.02.2018

The Rose Demon
Matthias Fitzosbert, illegitimate son of a parish priest, has a unique relationship with Rosifer, the fallen angel—the spirit he loves yet hates, strives to placate yet ultimately must flee. The story of Matthias is played out against the vivid...

16.08.2017

Troubles for Cécile (American Girls: Marie-Grace and Cécile, #4)
Cécile's summer is off to a glowing start. She loves spending time with her older brother, Armand, who is finally home from France. And she and her friend Marie-Grace enjoy helping at a nearby orphanage, playing with the children. But a shadow...

27.04.2016

Caligula (Emperors, #4)
Alan Massie has a very engaging way of writing history. In this book he attempts to be sympathetic to Caligula, from teh perspective of someone who was close to him. That person is never clearly identified, although I tried to guess if it was a...

03.10.2017

Iago
Wounded in love, tormented by his past, Shakespeare's most complex villain is brought magnificently to life in this tale of two adversaries—one an accused killer; the other, one of the most powerful men in Venice. Having escaped from Cyprus, accused...

28.09.2016

Bandit's Moon
After a narrow escape from the nasty O. O. Mary's clutches, Annyrose ventures forth to find her long-lost brother Lank in gold-digging territory. But the journey is rough, bandits and fiends waiting for the traveler at every bend. Soon Annyrose runs...

10.04.2016

Lady in Waiting
Love is a choice you make every day.Content in her comfortable marriage of twenty-two years, Jane Lindsay had never expected to watch her husband,  rad, pack his belongings and walk out the door of their Manhattan home. But...

21.09.2016

Bu Bu Jing Xin/步步惊心
Zhang Xiao, a white collar worker from 21st century China, discovers that her soul has wandered back in time to the Qing Dynasty during the reign of the Kangxi Emperor and inhabited the body of a teenage Manchu girl, Ma'ertai Ruoxi. Being stranded...

08.08.2014

Marrying Mozart
Amadeus meets Little Women in this irresistibly delightful historical novel by award-winning author Stephanie Cowell. The year is 1777 and the four Weber sisters, daughters of a musical family, share a crowded,...

19.11.2017

The Education of Mary
A Ann Rinaldi is at her best when she writes about characters from the "middling" sort. Characters who are privy to history from the sidelines. In the novel, Mary is a mixed raced girl in who is a student at one of the first schools for girls of...

07.11.2016

The Madness of a Seduced Woman
I re-read this book recently and was blown away all over again. I seldom re-read because I tend to remember details too sharply, but for some reason this one still surprised me. I was so immersed in the character's psyche that the rest of the world...

01.03.2017

I, Juan de Pareja
**3.5 stars**Juan de Pareja's portrait by Velázquez is my favorite painting (every time I see it, it makes me cry) so it was with trepidation and excitement that I started this audio.The book follows the story of Juan de Pareja...

11.04.2016

East of the Sun
Autumn 1928. The Kaiser-i-Hind is en route to Bombay. In Cabin D38, Viva Hollowat, an inexperienced chaperone, is worried she's made a terrible mistake. Her advert in The Lady has resulted in three unsettling charges to be escorted...

20.06.2013

Lighthouse (St. Simons Trilogy, #1)
Somehow I was under the impression that this was a book about a man who wanted to build a lighthouse he could live in. Turns out, I was right about everything but the living in it part. Kind of disappointing because I think it would be cool to live...

30.11.2016

Queen of America
After the bloody Tomochic rebellion, Teresita Urrea, beloved healer and "Saint of Cabora," flees with her father to Arizona. But their plans are derailed when she once again is claimed as the spiritual leader of the Mexican Revolution. Besieged by...

02.09.2013

H.M.S. Surprise (Aubrey/Maturin, #3)
"I devoured Patrick O'Brian's 20-volume masterpiece as if it had been so many tots of Jamaica grog." —Christopher Hitchens, SlateThird in the series of Aubrey/Maturin adventures, this book is set among the strange...

25.04.2017

Bianca's Vineyard
Bianca Corrotti's vineyard is more than a piece of mouth-watering real estate in Tuscany. It's an inheritance; a storehouse harboring the secrets of her Uncle Egisto, a world-class sculptor, and his troubled wife -- a woman whose destiny converges...

12.01.2017

Sharpshooter (Vietnam, #2)
Some things are worth fighting for.Of all his friends, Ivan is the only one looking forward to war.That's because Ivan has never backed down from a fight--especially when it comes to fighting for what's right. He has protected his...

08.12.2013

The Widow of Windsor (Queen Victoria, #4)
Albert was dead and the Queen, stricken with grief, prepared to spend the rest of her life mourning. Her Government and her family sought to bring her out of seclusion but she was determined to remain the Widow of Windsor.The years which...

19.12.2015

Wanderville
Jack, Frances, and Frances’s younger brother Harold have been ripped from the world they knew in New York and sent to Kansas on an orphan train at the turn of the century. As the train chugs closer and closer to its destination, the children begin...

02.09.2015

The Cinderella Debutante
Lucy Sinclair’s London Season was cut short by tragedy. Now, five years later, she is returning but only in the shadow of her lovely step-sister. Belinda is determined to catch a titled husband and Alex, Lord Devlyn fits the bill...

28.12.2016

The Rag Nymph
Catherine Cookson doesn't shy away from the good, bad, or ugly; especially in this novel. The plot is based on a girl who barely escapes the life of a child sex slave where pimps are powerful and untouchable in a poor, industrial English community....

19.12.2013

The Suitors of Yvonne
Rafael Sabatini was an Italian/British writer of novels of romance and adventure during the beginning of the 20th century. . His best-known works were The Sea Hawk, Scaramouche, Captain Blood and Bellarion the Fortunate. Sabatini produced thirty one...

22.01.2015

Divine Sarah
In Divine Sarah, Adam Braver, whose previous novel was described as "richly imagined" by the Washington Post, renders a portrait of the great actress Sarah Bernhardt in the twilight of her career as she explores her relationship to...

09.01.2016

The Sabre's Edge (Matthew Hervey, #5)
Hailed as "the heir to Patrick O'Brian" (The Observer), Allan Mallinson has thrilled readers with his enthusiastically acclaimed, compelling adventures through history's most pivotal moments. In The Sabre's Edge, his most riveting novel yet, he...

05.01.2018

The Counterfeit Gentleman
Definitely a very silly book. We have an attempted murder of the heroine, an ex-smuggler hero who happens to be around to save her, a merry band of loyal ruffians at the hero's disposal, an aunt who's a stickler for etiquette, noble spies who come...

02.01.2014

The Center Ring (Spangle, #2)
Full of the wildly colorful characters Gary Jenning is famous for, the epic saga of Spangle takes us on a grand tour of two continents, from the Reconstruction South and a North which has remade our Union, across the ocean to an...

28.07.2013

Hunt for the Last Cat
Ten-year-old Thorn feels conflicting loyalties when members of his clan blame his friend Fonn, a girl from a rival clan, for the marauding actions of a man-eating sabertooth cat.

29.04.2016

The Wettest County in the World
Based on the true story of Matt Bondurant's grandfather and two granduncles, "The Wettest County in the World" is a gripping tale of brotherhood, greed, and murder. The Bondurant Boys were a notorious gang of roughnecks and moonshiners who ran...

19.05.2014

Crows & Cards
Three warnings for readers who hate surprises: 1. Beware of slivers, 2. and gamblers, 3. and aces.Zebulon Crabtree found all that out the hard way back in 1849 when his mother and father shipped him off to St. Louis to apprentice with a...

03.05.2018

Boston Revolts! (The American Adventure, #9)
This is the ninth book in The American Adventure series. This series tells about the lives of children from many generations of a fictional family throughout American history, from the settling of Plymouth by the Pilgrims through the end of World...

21.07.2015

The Proud Breed
AN UNTAMED WOMAN... A FEARLESS MAN... A MAGNIFICENT LOVE. THE MONUNENTAL ADVENTURE THAT SWEEPS ACROSS A MIGHTY CENTURY OF AMERICAN HISTORY.The first time Gavin Ramsay sees Tessa MacLeod y Amarista -- a violet-eyed beauty swimming naked in a...

17.08.2014

The Light Years
This was completely unexpected. I happened to hear some of the serialisation on Radio 4 and thought - hang on, this is really special and ordered the book. It's astonishingly good. I'm very interested in Britain before and during World War II so...

13.03.2014

The Wall (Britannia, #1)
ROMAN BRITAIN STOOD ON THE BRINK OF CHAOS The story opens in 367 AD. Four soldiers - Justinus, Paternus, Leocadius and Vitalis - are out hunting for food supplies at an outpost of Hadrian's Wall, when the Wall comes under attack. The...

19.05.2016

The Painted Bridge
JUST OUTSIDE LONDON, behind a high stone wall, lies Lake House, a private asylum for genteel women of a delicate nature. In the winter of 1859, Anna Palmer becomes its newest patient. To Anna's dismay, her new husband has declared her in need of...

05.08.2015

Secrets of the Tudor Court
When young Mary Howard receives the news that she will be leaving her home for the grand court of King Henry VIII, to attend his mistress Anne Boleyn, she is ecstatic. Everything Anne touches seems to turn to gold, and Mary is certain Anne will one...

10.06.2016

Jacob's Ladder
Winner of the Michael Shaara Award for Excellence in Civil War Fiction, the John Eston Cook Award, and the Boyd Military Novel Award: "One of the best Civil War novels…McCaig's prose is gorgeous…stunning."—Houston...

20.12.2015

The Storms of War
In the idyllic early summer of 1914, life is good for the de Witt family. Rudolf and Verena are planning the wedding of their daughter, Emmeline, while their eldest son Arthur is studying in Paris and Tom is just back from his first term at...

31.07.2016

The Tsar's Dwarf
Sorine, a female Danish dwarf tormented by her past, is given by the king of Denmark to Russian Tsar Peter the Great, who is smitten with the unusual combination of her freakishness and superior intellect. He takes her to St. Petersburg against her...

07.05.2015

The Apple and the Arrow
The year is 1291, and Walter is the twelve-year-old son of William Tell, the greatest bowman in the land of Uri. Walter lives happily in the remote heights of the Alpine Mountains, caring for his family’s goat herd and practicing his marksmanship in...

23.05.2015

Tidewater
A new historical novel from the author of The Sekhmet Bed.The TidewaterTo the nation of Powhatan, it is Tsenacomoco, rightful home of the Real People. To England, it is Virginia Territory, fertile with...

22.07.2014

I, Victoria
Wir schreiben das Jahr 1900 Viktoria I. erinnert sich in ihren schlaflosen Nächten an ihr Leben. In schönen Worten und einem fesselnden Schreibstil erzählt sie über ihre Eltern, ihre Kindheit, den frühen Tod ihres Vaters,...

18.02.2013

The Last River Child
In the summer of 1900, a meteorite lands on the day of Peg Staynor's baptism, barely missing the small church in rural Ontario. This, along with Peg's almost colorless eyes, is enough to resurrect a local superstition that will haunt Peg and her...

21.12.2014

The Salt Road
The desert lay before them, and the secrets of the amulet . . . From Tafraout’s magnificent mountainside, Isobel absorbs the heat and romance of the Moroccan vista before her, with mosque and homes scattered far below. But a mere slip sees her...

29.01.2018

Isle of Shadows
Revised and updated from the original, Christy-award finalist Shadow of Colossus.As a courtesan, Tessa of Delos enjoyed unparalleled luxury and influence. But even in the grand palaces of Rhodes, she felt herself a...

24.06.2015

Violet's Hidden Doubts (A Life of Faith: Violet Travilla #1)
The Life of Faith books often tend to be a little unrealistically spiritual, but I enjoy them anyways. Not to say that people shouldn't live out there life totally for the Lord- they ABSOLUTELY should! But the way it is presented in the book makes...

27.06.2014

Kazunomiya
As a princess of Japan in the year 1858, twelve-year-old Kazunomiya lives a life of privilege and luxury. But it is one in which she is a virtual prisoner, kept sheltered behind palace walls, only able to leave for the occasional visit to a temple...

30.01.2013

The Pilgrim Glass
The Pilgrim Glass is the story of an artist, a priest, and a photographer, and the restoration of a stained glass one summer in Vézelay, France. This is no ordinary glass, however; it has a strange, almost hypnotic effect on them,...

18.12.2013

Edge of the Wilderness (Dakota Moons, #2)
After surviving the harrowing Dakota Sioux uprising of 1862, Genevieve La Croix marries Simon and moves with him to minister to the Indians held in prison camp. They follow the Sioux to the Crow Creek Reservation, a place where the Indians suffered...

14.09.2016

Shannon
In the summer of 1922, Robert Shannon, a Marine chaplain and a young American hero of the Great War, lands in Ireland. He still suffers from shell shock, and his mentor hopes that a journey Robert had always wanted to make—to find his family roots...

22.02.2017

The Walled Orchard (The Walled Orchard #1-2)
One of my favourite books. A perfect mix of comedy and pathos with an anti-hero who I can relate to. Eupolis is a comedy playwright who seems to be confounded at every turn by vicissitudes of fate which lead him into a number of tragic situations....

11.06.2016

I, Ripper
The electrifying new thriller from New York Times bestseller Stephen Hunter takes you deep inside the mind of the most notorious serial killer of all time: Jack the Ripper.In the fall of 1888, Jack the Ripper slaughtered five prostitutes in...

16.03.2014

The Deadly Playground, 1914
The year is 1912. Two Oxford men are members of the same college, but they could not be more different. The first, Stanley Walker, son of a shopkeeper, is studying engineering. The second, Jimmy Barrington, son of Britain's wealthiest banker, owns a...

04.02.2015

Fugitive Colors
Debut Historical Suspense Novel Wins IPPY Award for Best “Literary Fiction 2014”Stolen art, love, lust, deception, and revenge paint the pages of veteran journalist Lisa Barr’s debut novel, Fugitive Colors, an...

27.05.2014

The Flood-Tide (Morland Dynasty, #9)
1772 - George III; the American War of IndependenceEngland is peaceful under George III, and Morland Place flourishes under the careful tending of Jemima and her loyal husband Allen. Their seven children often bring them...

21.05.2013

The Roman Mongrel
For Princess Chiomara, freedom from the Romans isn't good enough. She will have her captor's head.Loosely based on the true story of the war between Rome and Galatia, The Roman Mongrel is focused on the wife of a Galatian chieftain. Princess...

23.04.2015

The Boy in the Alamo
Ever since Sarah Ellen Payne married another man, Billy’s brother Buck has been plumb ornery. He figures the only way to distract himself is to go adventuring, maybe do a little fighting. So, when Colonel Crocket turns up at Uncle Todd’s smithy with...

04.09.2017

Gabriel's Journey
In the final book of the Racing to Freedom trilogy, ex-slave Gabriel leaves behind a successful horse racing career to join his parents at Camp Nelson, where his father is a Sergeant in the Fifth U.S. Colored Calvary of the Union Army....

21.09.2015

A Long Way from Chicago (A Long Way from Chicago, #1)
I liked this little book. It was funny. It's about two kids from Chicago who go and visit their Grandma in the country every summer, and how she is exactly like my funny Grandma (aka "Granny") in North Carolina.My sister recommended this...

15.03.2017

The Little Duke
On a bright autumn day, as long ago as the year 943, there was a great bustle in the Castle of Bayeux in Normandy. The hall was large and low, the roof arched, and supported on thick short columns, almost like the crypt of a Cathedral; the...

28.04.2014

The Colditz Legacy
Germany 1941. It was the most incredible plan. No one gave them a chance. British officers Hugh Hartley and Malcom Royce achieved what some believed to be impossible and escaped from the infamous Oflag IVc – Colditz Castle. But as they are about to...

03.04.2016

Overboard
After finishing book #4 in the Return to Titanic series, I can happily and fully say that I enjoyed these wonderful books. Steve Brezenoff has written a great account of the epic shipwreck, fitting in lots of details that young readers will latch...

11.06.2016

My Lord Raven
Bran ap Madog, bastard son of a Welsh prince, has devoted his life to serving the English king. At Edward's behest, he nourishes his reputation for savagery, taking as his badge the raven, a scavenger bird that feeds off rotting spoils. He wants, as...

11.08.2017

The Most Wonderful Bride of the Year
Eli Farley wasn’t having a good year when it came to marriage. Twice, he was engaged, and neither time led to a marriage. He finally made a choice to send for a mail-order bride, but his letter was destroyed on the way to the post office. Enough is...

13.11.2017

Ivy & Allison (Orphan Train West Young Adult, #2)
Jane Johnson Peart of Asheville, North Carolina, Humboldt and Marin counties, California, and in recent years, Hawaii, passed away in 2007. She was the author of more than 60 works of suspense, historical fiction and romance, which touched the...

08.07.2013

Hard Times on the Prairie (Little House Chapter Books: Laura, #8)
From summer floods to winter blizzards, frontier life isn't easy for Laura Ingalls and her family. But with their pioneer spirit, Laura's family always makes it through the hardest times.Gentle adaptations of Laura Ingalls Wilder's celebrated Little...

28.10.2017

Haunted Hearts
For one fog-ensbrouded evening, Olivia Beacham was, determined to break away from the confines of society and experience a taste of excitement and freedom. Her husband's sudden death had left her in mourning for the last two years, but this All...

29.05.2017

Nellie Oleson Meets Laura Ingalls
Nellie Oleson does not like living in Walnut Grove. It's dirty and dusty and full of poor farmers.One day a new girl, Laura Ingalls, comes to school. Laura's dress is too short, she doesn't wear shoes, and she lives out on the lonely...

08.01.2018