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All Through the Night
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All Through the Night (Grace Livingston Hill #06)

3.83 of 5 stars 3.83  ·  rating details  ·  154 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Dale Huntley's life changed dramatically when her precious grandmother died. All alone, Dale had to face the bitterness and greed of her relatives who were trying to claim her home. But Dale's greatest sorrow was that her beloved was at war--and he might never return. Then Dale's deep faith and gentle love begin to change her self-centered family, and a hope starts to buil ...more
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Published (first published February 1945)
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Sheryl Tribble
I have yet to strongly dislike any GLH novel, but I did find this book vaguely irritating. Usually when her books bug me it's because she's so clearly winging it and so the story has weird shifts in it (the bad guys were planning 'x' in chapter three but are suddenly coming from 'y' in chapter fifteen), however this time I think I was irritated because I felt a grave lack of “Christian community” in the book. The heroine supposedly has supportive neighbors and goes to church and all, but she nev ...more
Okay, so Grace Livingston Hill books are somewhat predictable. So they have some funny words and some quire notions. So at times she does some things that modern writers frown on. I love her books! They leave me with a good feeling, not only about the story, but about my faith.

This book is about a sweet young girl named Dale. Her Grandmother (who has raised her) dies and some nasty relatives invade her house. She is determined to treat them with kindness.

I sometimes got the feeling Grace added t
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Florence Millo
All through the Night by Grace Livingston Hill. While you wouldn’t want a steady diet of sugary lightness, once in a while a dose of GLH is just right. You know the plot and how it turns out before the book begins which is just why you are reading it.
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also wrote under the pseudonym Marcia MacDonald

A popular author of her day she wrote over 100 novels and numerous short stories of religious and Christian fiction. Her characters were most often young female ingénues, frequently strong Christian women or those who become so within the confines of the story.
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