A Land Remembered Review

A Land Remembered Review

Welcome back to another DustyPosts weekly rec! This week I’d like to recommend one of my all time favorite books, A Land Remembered. Also, I know I typically don’t talk about books all that often, but prepare yourselves to start seeing a lot more about my must read books.

So I read this book for the first time my senior year of high school. The way my English teacher premised the book at the time made me think I was going to hate it. Not to mention, the book looked like an absolute monster page wise, especially for a high school kid who (at the time) only read when required. Looking back at it and its 403 pages, it’s really nothing compared to the ASOIAF books. But any who, it ended up being shockingly amazing and I will always be thankful that my teacher made us read it at the time.

Without giving too much away, this story is about a family who is trying to survive after they make a move into Florida in the mid-to-late 19th century. The thing that I liked the most about this though is that there was three parts, all a different generation of this family. It begins with a father and his son, who turns into a father and has a son, thus spanning three generations over the course of about 100 years if I’m not mistaken. It is such an interesting read and an even more interesting way to break up a book! A Land Remembered is an all time classic novel, and you be a fool if you didn’t give it a read soon.

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