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Ruth Erskine's Crosses

Ruth Erskine's Crosses by Isabella Alden
By: (1841-1930)

"Ruth Erskine's Crosses" by Isabella Alden is a beautifully written novel that follows the life of Ruth Erskine, a young woman who faces numerous challenges and struggles throughout her life. The author does a wonderful job of capturing Ruth's emotions and thoughts, allowing readers to truly empathize with her character.

One of the aspects of the book that I really appreciated was the strong moral and religious themes that run throughout the story. Ruth's unwavering faith and dedication to doing what is right in the face of adversity serve as an inspiring example for readers.

The novel also delves into important social issues, such as poverty and injustice, providing readers with valuable lessons and insights. Overall, "Ruth Erskine's Crosses" is a captivating and thought-provoking read that will leave a lasting impact on its readers. I highly recommend this book to anyone looking for a meaningful and uplifting story.

Book Description:

Third book in the Chautauqua Girls series. Written by Isabella Alden under the pseudonym “Pansy.”

Ruth’s father brings home a wife and daughter, after 18 years, that Ruth had never known about. Suddenly she is no longer the queen of her home. And what’s worse, the new mother and sister are rude and antagonistic. How will Ruth bear this cross?

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