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

    5
    By Madjammer()(48644$
    So sweet, so pure, so wholesome and a joy to read!
  • Her Father's Daughter

    1
    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!!!

    5
    By Clairebellas
    I loved this book so much!!!! Very good.
  • Her Father's Daughter

    3
    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

    5
    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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