Children of the Desert

by Louis Dodge

"It is a story of power, of passion, of suavely subtle, sensuous charm, separated by a world's width from his former winsome, wistful narrative. The 'Children of the Desert' held me for three hours as I do not remember to have been held by any book since 'Tess of the D'Urbervilles' and 'Madame Bovary." It is a splendid story, splendidly done."--William Makion Reedy


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