Castle Craneycrow

Castle Craneycrow By George Barr McCutcheon, Castle Craneycrow Short excerpt It was characteristic of Mr Philip Quentin that he first lectured his servant on the superiority of mind over matter and then took him cheerfully by the throat and threw him into a far c
  • Title: Castle Craneycrow
  • Author: George Barr McCutcheon
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  • Page: 288
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  • Castle Craneycrow By George Barr McCutcheon, Short excerpt It was characteristic of Mr Philip Quentin that he first lectured his servant on the superiority of mind over matter and then took him cheerfully by the throat and threw him into a far corner of the room.
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    1. George Barr McCutcheon

      George Barr McCutcheon was an American popular novelist and playwright His best known works include the series of novels set in Graustark, a fictional East European country, and the novel Brewster s Millions, which was adapted into a play and several films.

    179 thoughts on “Castle Craneycrow”

    1. This wrung my heart, made me laugh, and also made me fiery mad against the unjust and evil characters Handsome, strong, wealthy young Phillip Quint heads off to England in acceptance of an invitation two of his friends send him, because he is bored in New York, and wants something interesting His faithful man Friday actually called Turk accompanies him, and there is also the cute Lady Jane, who is sister to the wife of Lord Bob who invited Phil, and Jane s trusty admirer, Dick Savage who is swoo [...]


    2. I d never heard of George Barr McCutcheon before reading this lively tale, though having since done some research I realised that I ve watched many moons ago a film adaptation of one of his works, namely Brewster s Millions Castle Craneycrow features two men the hero and the villain both competing for the hand of the beautiful heroine, Dorothy The story is set around the time of its 1902 publication The opening scenes are in America, which is followed by some time spent in England, but the major [...]


    3. Fun, ridiculous, and short I tired of it in the middle, toughed through and enjoyed the end I recommend it for when you need distraction I will probably read some other nonsense by this author, but not right now February, maybe.


    4. This story put me in mind of a Georgette Heyer novel However, this novel is set in the 1890 s The main character Philip Quentin is a well traveled American gentleman of leisure, who lives in New York When some friends from England invite him to join a house party to be held in a few weeks he readily accepts and sets sail for England On the ship he sees Prince Ugo, who he recognizes from a trip to Rio Janeiro Prince Ugo is a scoundrel and quite likely a murderer Come to find out Ugo is engaged to [...]


    5. I picked up this book when I saw the cover and noticed that it s copyright date was from 1902 I may have the original book of when it was first released But Oh my goodness I just now finished this book and it a marvelous read for it s time I can t really add to this review without giving the whole story away but I assure the curious reader that you will love this book until the end It may seem a tad tedious at times but I assure the reader that every detail is worth it.


    6. Really enjoyed this book It was interesting ow the villain maintained an appearance of innocence for so long.


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