Kim Taehwa Taehwa itibaren 8097 Oosterwolde, Hollanda
Difficult one to rate. The passages set in Queechy, where the heroine has to turn farmer to save her family, are very readable, but otherwise the plot is uneven, the rich English hero absolutely unbelievable, and the heroine cries too much. There's lots of overt Christian piety, which I rather like, and the best ever description of how it feels to have a migraine. I searched this book out because it is referred to in the 'Chalet School' series, but I don't see it having wide appeal.
I Love Inappropriate Nostalgia.
LOVED IT. Can't wait to start Zsadist story after the cliffhanger at the end of this one.