The Country of the Pointed Firs
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Opening Lines (Experimental)
THERE WAS SOMETHING about the coast town of Dunnet which made it seem more attractive than other maritime villages of eastern Maine. Perhaps it was the simple fact of acquaintance with that neighborhood which made it so attaching, and gave such interest to the rocky shore and dark woods, and the ...Back to top
Reviewed by HollyToll on Apr 22, 2009
Great Summer Escape Book
This book read like a vacation to the coast of Maine. It was like pulling up a chair and chatting with the quaint folks who inhabited a tiny fishing village. I will bookmark this book to re-read whenever I feel like I need to get away from my daily life.
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