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Natalie Page

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Natalie Page by Katharine Haviland Taylor is a captivating novel that follows the story of a young woman who must navigate the complexities of love, loss, and self-discovery. The author's lyrical prose and vivid imagery bring the characters and setting to life, making it easy for readers to become fully immersed in Natalie's world.

The character development in this novel is outstanding, with Natalie being a relatable and multi-dimensional protagonist. Her journey of self-discovery is both heartwarming and empowering, and readers will find themselves rooting for her every step of the way.

The supporting characters in the story are equally well-developed, each bringing their unique perspectives and contributions to the overall narrative. The relationships between the characters feel authentic and nuanced, adding depth and complexity to the story.

Overall, Natalie Page is a beautifully written novel that explores themes of love, loss, and finding oneself. Katharine Haviland Taylor's storytelling is engaging and evocative, making this book a must-read for fans of contemporary fiction.

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Natalie Page is coming to visit her aunt and uncle in New York. Of course they want her around, but every social engagement is more important, even when she is ill. So Natalie starts to focus on small mysteries like her stolen bracelet, and observe the people around her. She writes a lot about their norms, habits and deeds. Would she be able to frive during her stay or would she always remain in the shadow of her socialite aunt and cousins? Would she be able to find herself? - Summary by Stav Nisser.

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