A Virgin Heart by Aldous Huxley

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Echo Library
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Pages
92
ISBN
9781406813111
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Paperback
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- Your dad was a strong, tall, broad-shouldered. You too will be so when you grow up. Here we are. - Laura stopped at a marble tombstone. The inscription read: "Here lies the eldest son of John, Lord Gardeyna belonging to this parish, beloved brother Reverend Jack Gardeyna, vicar of the church of St. Edwin. A loving wife, Laura, and the only son of Harry inconsolably grieving about him. " At the bottom was the phrase on which insisted Jack: "I lost his life, overcoming obstacles." Laura, these words seem a bit ridiculous, but she knew that they were motivated by love. Gael was really full of energy when killed. Sitting on a horse, he jumped over the fence.



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