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Review ~ Julie by Catherine Marshall

By Catherine Marshall
Evergreen Farms Imprint

Back Cover:

Will the dam hold?

Julie Wallace has always wanted to write. Trying to escape the Great Depression, Julie’s father buys the Alderton Sentinel, a small-town newspaper in flood-prone Alderton, Pennsylvania, and moves his family there. 537 more words

Christian Fiction

Blitz Tour: "Julie" by Catherine Marshall

Hi y’all I’m busy over here preparing my blog for a huge next two months at least! Reviews, blog tours, cover reveals, giveaways, blitz tours here and my Instagram, plus I’m an affiliate for… 108 more words

Christy by Catherine Marshall

The train taking nineteen-year-old teacher Christy Huddleston from her home in Asheville, North Carolina, might as well be transporting her to another world. The Smoky Mountain community of Cutter Gap feels suspended in time, trapped by poverty, superstitions, and century-old traditions. 352 more words

Book Reveiws

Christy--a Review by Patsy Ledbetter

Christy, written by Catherine Marshall and published by Evergreen Farm, will certainly keep you under its spell of adventure, suspense and delight until the very last page. 765 more words

Book Reviews

Christy by Catherine Marshall

Dear Fellow Reader,

Do you ever have sentimental feelings about a book?  The type of feelings that get you to re-read a book?  Maybe it was the book or that time in your life that you found the book that affects your feelings for the story.  607 more words

Talking Books


“America’s most inspirational writer” – The New York Times

CATHERINE MARSHALL (1914-1983), The New York Times best-selling author of 30 books, is best known for her novel Christy. 112 more words


#BookReview: Christy by Catherine Marshall

I had the pleasure of reading Christy for the first time as this timeless classic celebrates its 50th anniversary. What a beautiful story! Wonderfully told with imagery and emotion, a time and way of life are vividly portrayed as the characters spring to life on the page. 315 more words