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River People is a novel of inspiration, love, loss, and renewal.

In Nebraska in the late 1890s, seventeen-year-old Effie and eleven-year-old Bridget must struggle to endure at a time when women and children have few rights and society looks upon domestic abuse as a private, family matter.

The story is told through the eyes of the girls as they learn to survive under grueling circumstances.

 

Farthest House, a novel full of mysticism and the healing power of self-forgiveness and love. 

When Willow is born and her mother dies moments later, only the narrator of this spellbinding debut novel knows the death isn’t from complications of childbirth. Amelie-Anais, buried on the Nebraska hilltop where the family home resides, tells the story of deceit, survival, and love from beyond the grave. Following Willow’s life and Willow’s incredible passion to paint despite loneliness, a physical handicap, and being raised by a father plagued with secrets, Amelie-Anais weaves together the lives of four enigmatic generations.

“The book, River People, caught me completely off guard, it is a gem!.” -Teresa Young

This is one of those books, where you have to really think about if your review can give the story it’s full due. My best suggestion is, if you want to read a late 1800’s story that includes loss, love, life, fear, abuse, hope, caring, resilience and a little bit of Grandma Teegan’s Irish visions, pick this up and enjoy the ride!

River People is a gripping novel in the historical fiction genre, with truly unforgettable characters.” -Trisa Hugo

Words and phrases put you right in the era where the story belongs. Neatly done and very convincing.

“Absolutely enjoyed reading this book!” -Jeanette Styles

Historical fiction is one of my all-time favorite genres, so had no hesitation in wanting to read ‘River People’. Absolutely enjoyed reading this book! I seldom write what a story is about, as I prefer one to read the book for themselves, but I do highly recommend. Hope to read more books by this author. My thanks to Netgalley and the Publishers for my copy. This is my honest review.

“Myth must be kept alive. The people who can keep it alive are the artists of one kind or another.” -Joseph Campbell

Farthest House, with its rich threads of mysticism, explores jealousy, betrayal, and ultimately the healing power of self-forgiveness. When Willow is born and her mother dies moments later, only the narrator of this spellbinding, debut novel knows the death isn’t from complications of childbirth. Amelie-Anais, who lived in France and is now buried on the Nebraska hilltop where the family home resides, tells this story of deceit and survival from beyond the grave. Following Willow’s life and Willow’s incredible passion to paint despite loneliness, a physical handicap, and being raised by a father plagued with secrets, Amelie-Anais weaves together the lives of four generations.

Listen to Chapter 1 and 2 of Farthest House, read by Pippa White.