We are in receipt of a copy of Mr. Fuller's new novel, "Forever and a Day." The author's name and works have long been known to readers of the college press, and this, his first work, will not disappoint those whose expectations have been based upon his former excellent sketches. The scene is laid in the town of Penford, not a dozen miles from Boston, and the author, under the guise of a novel, describes exceedingly well the society and people of one of the many smaller towns which surround Boston and serve as homes for those whose business calls them into the city each day. The interest of the reader is kept up throughout the book, not in expectation of a climax and dramatic situations, but by the interest attaching to a story of real people acting in a natural manner and with sufficient plot to serve as a nucleus. The author has evidently studied his characters thoroughly, and spared no pains to make his book as complete as possible. "Forever and a Day" is far better than the average novel, which merely introduces the reader to a few characters, who serve to amuse him for a summer afternoon. In the life of Robert Somers and Cora Pembroke, the characters of a true man and a true woman are presented to the reader.
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