“There is generally one weak point about all artful schemes to keep other people out of their rights...” Domestic melodrama—with a few hints of the psychic world—carries this first novel by the creator of that extraordinary gentleman, Allan Quatermain. Published in 1884, it was adapted for the silver screen in 1917.
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Dawn is a very interesting story which covers love, hate, deceit, revenge and true love that can in the mind of the beholder reach beyond life with no end regardless of any obstacles in the land of the living. Excellent! EB
I don't usually enjoy love stories; but this one pleased me entirely. Its focus is not only love, but the deceit, cruelty, selfishness, greed, envy, bitterness and lust for power of many types- that motivate people. Just be certain reader- that you get each volume or that it is all one book.