Grace Harlowe's Overland Riders on the Old Apache Trail

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Josephine Chase died 1931 penning the popular Grace Harlowe series of 27 books for girls, written between 1910 and 1924 many of them available through Project Gutenberg.The books fall into four separate series, including a high school series, college series, Overseas series, and Overland Riders series Grace is a role model, already a paragon when her story begins Despite the popularity of these books and their continuing availability on the used market, there is almost no information available on line about the author.Josephine Chase was also known by other pseudonyms, including

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  • Hardcover
  • 255 pages
  • Grace Harlowe's Overland Riders on the Old Apache Trail
  • Jessie Graham Flower
  • English
  • 04 April 2019

10 thoughts on “Grace Harlowe's Overland Riders on the Old Apache Trail

  1. says:

    Now that all of my official 2017 challenges have been completed and I get to have a free pass for titles to read, I thought I would try the first in a series I have had on my Someday Lists for a couple of years Just to see if I would really be interested in reading them next year.Grace Harlowe was first introduced to the world during her freshman year in high school, in a book written by Jessie Graham Flower, also known as Josephine Chase Apparently Grace was a big hit back in her day That first book was published in 1910 and the author wrote about Grace s adventures all through high school, then through college, and eventually our Miss Harlowe was driving an ambulance in France during WWI.When this book opens, Grace has called together some of her fellow ambulance drivers and asked them an important question Is life really as exciting for them these days as it needs to be Don t they miss the adventures they had during the war The adrenaline Would they like to have some thrills in their lives again Everyone admits that they have begun to feel a bit bored now that they have had a few months to rest So they all decide to go off to Arizona for a horseback adventure Okay Until I got to that part I was thinking how snooty and pushy and irritating this Grace Harlowe was She must surely have been the highest ranking of the group while in France, she has the attitude And I wasn t thrilled with the dialogue very stiff, not flowing, sort of stilted But Arizona Globe, Arizona at that I lived in Globe for years when I was little, all the way through sixth grade in school How could I not keep reading, even with the annoying factors Well, when the group gets to Globe they decide Grace decides to have a stagecoach ride first A 24 hour trip out along the Apache Trail, camp overnight, and return then start the official horseback adventure More annoyance with Grace on my part But the worst part came at the end of Chapter 2, when they had set off at 4 in the afternoon planning to drive 30 miles along the trail that s a long way on a bad road in a stagecoach and Grace gets the driver to gallop the horses on a long downhill section She was sitting up with the driver, and everyone else was inside the coach.She asks if the old stage could handle the speed, and could the horses When the driver says not to worry about the horses, the lovely Grace says Then shake them out Let s stir up those people in the coach and show them what riding in a Deadwood stagecoach really means, eagerly urged Grace Harlowe.So off they go, and right away the stagecoach is bouncing around, throwing the people inside all over the place, probably making than one of them sick to their tummies since at high speed those stages wallowed and rolled like ships on the high seas But Grace was happy She didn t care about the screams of protest coming from inside the coach, she was having her fast ride Piffle This is not the kind of heroine I want to read about A heroine is not supposed to create problems, she is supposed to solve them And she should have concern for her friends, too Strike these books off my Someday List, there are just too many irritations here to continue.DNF on Dec 22.

  2. says:

    It took me a looong time to finish this one I m not sure the Overland Riders are going to do it for me like the previous series In general, though, this is of the same Grace Harlowe saving the day in preposterous situations Pretty marvelous, though, when you think about opportunities most women had when these were being published.

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