[Reading] ➬ The Beloved Wild ➳ Melissa Ostrom – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk

The Beloved Wild Harriet Winter Is The Eldest Daughter In A Farming Family In New Hampshire, 1807 Her Neighbor Is Daniel Long, Who Runs His Family S Farm On His Own After The Death Of His Parents Harriet S Mother Sees Daniel As A Good Match, But Harriet Isn T So Sure She Wants Someone Else To Choose Her Path In Love And In Life.When Her Brother Decides To Strike Out For The Genesee Valley In Western New York, Harriet Decides To Go With Him Disguised As A Boy Their Journey Includes Sickness, Uninvited Guests, And Difficult Emotional Terrain As Harriet Comes Of Age, Realizes What She Wants, And Accepts Who She S Loved All Along.


10 thoughts on “The Beloved Wild

  1. says:

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  2. says:

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight First, I have no idea why I thought that this was a fantasy, but spoiler alert, it isn t Oops This is what happens when I don t read blurbs, but that is okay I actually liked it better this way, so it s a win Anyway I found this to be an enjoyable and quick book Most of my thoughts are positive, and as always, we ll start with those The Good There s an enormous focus on family You can find the full review and all the fancy and or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at...


  3. says:

    A lovely historical look at farming and making your way in uncharted territory.PLUS, I do love some good girl dresses up as a boy action


  4. says:

    I WANT THIS


  5. says:

    Grade B An ARC was provided by Macmillan in exchange for an honest review.The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Listen, I am always here for YA historical fiction There needs to beof it, in my opinion So The Beloved Wild was definitely right up my alley.In a lot of ways, it didn t fit into what I normally expect from YA historical fic In other ways it did, especially when Harriet disguised herself as a boy Harriet didn t feel that unique to me She was justthere I wasinterested i Grade B An ARC was provided by Macmillan in exchange for an honest review.The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Listen, I am always here for YA historical fiction There needs to beof it, in my opinion So The Beloved Wild was definitely right up my alley.In a lot of ways, it didn t fit into what I normally expect from YA historical fic In other ways it did, especially when Harriet disguised herself as a boy Harriet didn t feel that unique to me She was justthere I wasinterested in Gideon and Rachel as characters In fact, I really wantedfrom Harriet and Rachel s developing friendship I appreciated how Harriet protected Rachel at the end, but it didn t feel like quite enough Also, I didn t feel the chemistry between Harriet and Daniel Long I know I was supposed to, but I feltlike I was being told they had chemistry and I should think they were a good match I did feel the chemistry...


  6. says:

    Actually 3.5.


  7. says:

    The Beloved Wild by Melissa Ostrom is the story of Harriet Winter and how she doesn t want to become a wife that is used and abused and not cherished She doesn t want to be sold off as livestock to the highest bidding husband So she decides to strike out with her older brother while he starts his own farm Harriet thinks this will be a wonderful adventure Sadly, she finds out that life outside of her tiny little town might not be what she was hoping for.Harriet is one of those girls who doesn The Beloved Wild by Melissa Ostrom is the story of Harriet Winter and how she doesn t want to become a wife that is used and abused and not cherished She doesn t want to be sold off as livestock to the highest bidding husband So she decides to strike out with her older brother while he starts his own farm Harriet thinks this will be a wonderful adventure Sadly, she finds out that life outside of her tiny little town might not be what she was hoping for.Harriet is one of those girls who doesn t believe that the firstborn son should be entitled to inheriting everything It sucks evenfor her whe...


  8. says:

    Review to follow.


  9. says:

    Historical fiction is always a difficult sell to students, and this slice of life in New Hampshire Western New York State is slow, deliberate and predictable, which may mean it s even less likely to get picked up Having said that, the atmosphere and setting are wonderfully done if readers can stick with it, they ll be rewarded The comparisons to Pride and Prejudice aren t deserved, btw, but the idea that a first impression or opinion can be incorrect is woven throughout.ARC provided by publi Historical fiction is always a difficult sell to students, and this slice of life in New Hampshire Western New York State is slow, deliberate and predictable, which may mean it s even less likely to get picked up Having said that, the atmosphere and setting are wonderfully done if readers ca...


  10. says:

    Formal Review To Come I snapped this up for its comparison to Cold Mountain I really liked Harriett, and the central ship of the book Harriet s exploration of gender identity was interesting.