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Pilgrim's Inn by Elizabeth Goudge
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Second book about three generations of the Eliot family after World War II. A wonderful depiction of the time - the aftereffects of war and tribulation. I love this series for it's light, integral discussion of a relationship relying on God as a normal part of their lives, as well as a reliance of morality/ethics as a way of life. I reread the series once a year to recharge my spiritual batteries.

I read this book first and then read the first and third. I loved the discovery and recovery of the Pilgrim's Inn and it's effect on the lives of all family members. I love the complete character development of all the characters. You get to know them well - foibles and heroics. We meet the former shepherdess Sally with the lion, golden hair who loves David silently.


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