Nobody


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(4.1 stars; 27 reviews)

There are many romantic tales about a handsome and rich man falling in love with a beautiful lower class woman over the objections of his family. Remember Elizabeth Bennett and Fitzwilliam Darcy? however, it takes more than a good woman to secure a man's happiness. He has to have mental strength. It is not certain that our hero, Tom, has that. Lois is a great woman. However, according to his sister, she is a "nobody." Does money and position control everything? Certainly not. Good people deserve to be happy. But only those who have enough strength to secure their happiness, on their own terms. A secondary plot involves Philip, another man who loves Lois, who discovers the love of God and becomes a better man. Not for the woman he loves, but for himself. Want to know if Tom overcomes his family's objections and married the love of his life? Want to read a lively book with an unforgettable and enchanting writing style? If you do, read the book. (Summary by Stav Nisser)

(16 hr 42 min)

Chapters

Who is She? 11:57 Read by Arie
At the Breakfast Table 12:16 Read by Lynne T
A Luncheon Party 19:05 Read by Arie
Another Luncheon Party 21:59 Read by Arlene Joyce
In Council 13:48 Read by Kimberly Krause
Happiness 20:29 Read by Lynne T
The Worth of Things 18:00 Read by Lynne T
Mrs. Armadale 19:30 Read by Arlene Joyce
The Family 16:01 Read by Arlene Joyce
Lois's Garden 21:23 Read by Arlene Joyce
Summer Movements 31:10 Read by Gabriela Cowan
Appledore 19:01 Read by Gabriela Cowan
A Summer Hotel 21:01 Read by Gabriela Cowan
Watched 35:14 Read by Gabriela Cowan
Tactics 16:03 Read by Cheryl Michele
Mrs. Marx's Opinion 17:49 Read by Cheryl Michele
Tom's Decision 19:30 Read by Kimberly Krause
Mr. Dillwyn's Plan 20:20 Read by Cheryl Michele
News 18:14 Read by Kimberly Krause
Shampuashuh 29:02 Read by Gabriela Cowan
Greville's memoirs 36:45 Read by Gabriela Cowan
Learning 19:16 Read by rookieblue
A Breakfast Table 18:09 Read by Gabriela Cowan
The Carpenter 22:38 Read by Cheryl Michele
Roast Pig 23:49 Read by Gabriela Cowan
Scruples 18:48 Read by Gabriela Cowan
Peas and Radishes 25:35 Read by Gabriela Cowan
The Lagoon of Venice 20:57 Read by Lynne T
An Ox Cart 14:00 Read by Bria Snow
Poetry 18:52 Read by KHand
Long Clams 22:48 Read by Gabriela Cowan
A Visitor 14:45 Read by Lynne T
The Value of Money 17:23 Read by Lynne T
Under An Umbrella 25:20 Read by fiddlesticks
Opinions 13:08 Read by Bria Snow
Two Sunday Schools 25:59 Read by Gabriela Cowan
An Oyster supper 21:19 Read by Lynne T
Breaking Up 18:57 Read by Monika Rolley
Luxury 17:54 Read by Monika Rolley
Attentions 18:27 Read by KHand
Chess 17:22 Read by Lynne T
Rules 16:50 Read by Monika Rolley
About Work 18:25 Read by Monika Rolley
Choosing a Wife 24:04 Read by Monika Rolley
Duty 17:20 Read by Lynne T
Off and On 23:39 Read by Monika Rolley
Plans 18:35 Read by Monika Rolley
Announcements 21:10 Read by Monika Rolley
On the Pass 28:53 Read by Monika Rolley

Reviews

(4 stars)

A very nice book with nicely developed characters and plot. I loved that it was truly Christian, but sometimes the grandmother seemed too narrow like for example when M. Barclay suggests to teach Madge to paint the grandmother’s answer implies that painting is useless. Other than that it was a lovely charming story with a beautiful heroine.

Living your believes.

(5 stars)

This book is in keeping with Ms.Warner's others in that all shine the light of Our Father's love for us .Also this story looks deeply into the choices one must make when they're living by the word of Our Father God.

(4.5 stars)

Wonderful story with well developed characters. Enjoyed it. Author had an instructive historical take on the role of alcohol in earlier American Christian life/community as a strong side note. Several of the readers were excellent.

(3 stars)

good book. but foreign accent makes for real concentration. And one monotonous chanting voice ruined the appreciation

Excellent!!!

(5 stars)

Most beautiful, inspirational and satisfying story I have ever had the pleasure to hear, ever.

(3 stars)

enjoyed the story!! But the constant changing of the readers was very hard to follow..

stellar Victorian romance from a Christian perspectove

(3.5 stars)

(4 stars)

great story, some readers were good