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Wild Olive

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In "Wild Olive" by Basil King, readers are taken on a journey through the life of protagonist Horace Armstrong. The novel explores themes of sacrifice, faith, and the power of redemption.

King's writing style is both poetic and engaging, drawing readers into Horace's world as he struggles to find his place in society. The character development is strong, and readers will find themselves empathizing with Horace's internal struggles and moral dilemmas.

The novel's exploration of spirituality adds depth to the storyline, as Horace grapples with questions of faith and destiny. King's descriptions of nature and the Canadian landscape also add layers of beauty to the narrative.

Overall, "Wild Olive" is a thought-provoking and emotionally resonant novel that will stay with readers long after they finish the last page. Highly recommended for those who enjoy literary fiction with a touch of spirituality.

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Norrie Ford, having been unfairly convicted of murder, has escaped. A lucky chance finds him being rescued by a mysterious girl (the Wild Olive of the title), who sets him up with a new life under a new name in Argentina. He makes such a success of his time there that he is posted back to New York by the company he works for – but not before he has become engaged to be married. Back in New York, he meets up again with the Wild Olive . . .

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