Her Father's Daughter - Gene Stratton-Porter

Her Father's Daughter

By Gene Stratton-Porter

  • Release Date: 1921-01-01
  • Genre: Literary
Her Father's Daughter book review score

4 Score: 4 (From 60 Ratings)

Her Father's Daughter Gene Stratton-Porter Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

Story of two orphaned sisters (who it later turns out are not really sisters). Main character Linda, a high school junior in very different times, grows up in the absence of her nerve specialist father, who nonetheless shaped her.

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User reviews about this book

  • The Iris of Literature

    By Madjammer()(48644$
    So sweet, so pure, so wholesome and a joy to read!
  • Her Father's Daughter

    By Born Texan & proud of it!
    I had never known that Gene Stratton Porter was so racially prejudiced; I felt sick to my stomach at this story line woven into an otherwise charming naturalist snapshot of the time. I have read "Girl of the Limberlost" so many times through the years and loved it every time. Seeking other books by Ms Porter I purchased & read just about all I could find. I was well into "Her Father's Daughter" before I truly grasped the deep racial profiling. Too bad this couldn't have been the satisfying read I was expecting.
  • Love!!!

    By Clairebellas
    I loved this book so much!!!! Very good.
  • Her Father's Daughter

    By Best bee
    Interesting story, beautiful descriptions of scenic and natural wonders of California. Post wartime racism is disturbing to today's reader, but understandable in light the time written.
  • Another Gene Stratton Porter great

    By Bugears
    I read my first GSP novel when I was about 12. I have loved them all and retread most of them nearly to memorization. This will be another favorite. Wholesome and indicative of real life and overcoming hardships with a dose of God's providence, too.

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