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By Evelyn Everett-Green | Comments: ( 685 ) | Date: ( Jan 28, 2020 )

It takes unwavering courage to withstand the power of peer pressure, especially when it requires standing alone Geoffrey s demonstration of true friendship and faith knows no bounds The ridicule and taunting he endures does not prevent him from risking his life for the safety of his friends But when he must face the ultimate challenge, will Geoffrey have the strengthIt takes unwavering courage to withstand the power of peer pressure, especially when it requires standing alone Geoffrey s demonstration of true friendship and faith knows no bounds The ridicule and taunting he endures does not prevent him from risking his life for the safety of his friends But when he must face the ultimate challenge, will Geoffrey have the strength to remain true to the last


  • Title: True to the Last
  • Author: Evelyn Everett-Green
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 173
  • Format: ebook

About Author:

Evelyn Everett-Green

Born in 1856, Evelyn Everett Green was the daughter of noted Victorian historian Mary Anne Everett Green, and her husband, artist George Pycock Green She was educated at home when young, before attending Bedford College 1872 73 , during which time she wrote her first novel, and the Royal Academy of Music Her plans to keep house for her brother in India were forestalled by his death in 1876, and she turned to social service, nursing, and Sunday School teaching.Everett Green s first novel to be published, Tom Tempest s Victory, appeared in 1880, followed by than 300 other books over the next fifty years, ranging from stories for young girls, to romantic fiction for older readers She moved from London to Albury, Surrey in 1883, setting up house with her friend, Catherine Mainwaring Sladen In 1911, the two moved abroad, eventually settling in Madeira Evelyn Everett Green died in 1932.



Comments True to the Last

  • Wayne Walker

    Arnold is a lame, sickly boy of ten years old who doesn’t remember his father and who lives with his poor mother in a London, England, lodging house. When his mother dies, he goes to live with a childhood friend of hers, whom he calls Aunt Mary, at the Hazelmere Hall estate of Mary’s brother, Colonel Reginald Douglas. Mary also cares for her nephews, twelve-year-old Geoffrey and nine-year-old Ted, whose mother had also died, since her brother is in the service and must be gone a lot. Outgoin [...]


  • Jessica

    My dear friend Deborah recommended this book for me to read. She said she aspired to be as gracious as Geoffrey. This is one of her favorite books. This book read like the exact book I'd picture her liking. I'm grafetul she shared it with me. That being said, it was entirely too preachy for me. It would be a great book to give to your junior high aged child to teach them the right thing to do, though only if you agree with the strong God message the book sends. I think it is a great way to teach [...]


  • Hannah Lynch

    True to the Last was a touching book, simply written but with a powerful message. This is a book with applications for people of all ages who are trying to walk faithfully with the Lord.


  • McGraw Eby

    True to the Last was truly an amazing book. Evelyn Everett-Green carefully and seamlessly joined themes of Christianity and God with beautiful, classic writing in this novel. Although this book has been considered very “preachy”, there is value beyond measure in finding a rare work, showing such faith and reverence as this. Though the author may have written the book for a younger audience, readers of all ages can certainly benefit and enjoy the book. Overall, this book certainly deserves fi [...]


  • Becca

    While intended for a younger audience, this is a very good book for all ages. It does tend to be a little preachy at times although this is definitely understandable considering the time when it was written. Overall, it is very well written and an engaging story. There are some great themes and conflicts in this story; favoritism, justice, compassion and actually makes the reader realize what they value. You find yourself really upset over the favoritism or hypocrisy and see what those things re [...]


  • Shannon

    She aimed for a slightly younger audience this time, and the main character is a young boy. While enjoyable, I did not connect with the characters as well as with the last few. There are some truly delightful parts, but I cried way too much. Some sadness is fine, just not this much. I probably won't re-read this one.


  • Ivy Rose

    Ahhhch a good book. It made me cry, but I loved it.


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