Dwell Deep; or, Hilda Thorn's Life Story by Amy Le Feuvre.


An interestingly written story of a young girl and her effort to lead the deeper Christian life in the midst of a kindhearted but worldly-minded family with whom she is thrown. It is a worthy companion to "Stepping Heavenward."—Fleming H. Revell Company (1896).

A story of a girl who, being left without a home, went to live with her guardian, who had a number of children. Hilda Thorn was trying to be a Christian, and her associates were very worldly, which made it hard for her. It is an interesting story, with the reality of experience.—The Religious Herald (1897).

An intensely interesting story. The author plainly illustrates the possibility of magnifying Christian life and character amid the whirl of gayety and pleasure in social life. Character speaks with effectiveness, and the world bows in acknowledgment to practical Christianity in a positive religious character. The author evidently has succeeded in making her characters seem to be real and possible.—Christian Intelligencer (1902).

This clever tale, written with a high purpose, is calculated by the freshness of its style to fascinate readers.—Western Press.

It will delight the girls.—Christian.