The Girl in the Mirror

About the Author: Elizabeth Garver Jordan

Elizabeth Garver Jordan May 9, 1865 February 24, 1947 was an American journalist, author, editor, and suffragist, now remembered primarily for having edited the first two novels of Sinclair Lewis, and for her relationship with Henry James, especially for recruiting him to participate in the round robin novel The Whole Family She was editor of Harper s Bazaar from 1900 to 1913 from Wikipedia

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  • 190 pages
  • The Girl in the Mirror
  • Elizabeth Garver Jordan
  • 15 August 2019

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13 thoughts on “The Girl in the Mirror

  1. Beth Carroll says:

    Oh, my I just finished this book It was, indeed, a bit long and drawn out, but I thought it was well written My only issue is that it was easy to get confused about the identity of some characters some were mentioned so infrequently that I forgot who they were and some were addressed interchangeably by first or last name Other than that, it was a mildly interesting story typical damsel in distress, the guy tries to be a hero kind of thing I give it a high rating because I did not guess the ending I usually have the story figured out by the middle of the book, but not this time I was surprised.

  2. Patricia Charles says:

    An old classic, with a great twist at yhe end I had some trouble with wording, but am glad I read through Yhe ending is a great supprise ehich makes the whole story.It has some long drawn out parts and some difficult parts yo get tbrough, but again, the ending is worth the read.

  3. Ellen Keane says:

    Pleasant but forgettable, I enjoyed it while I was reading it I didn t wish it had kept going, though.

  4. MaryBliss says:

    Sequel to The Wings of Youth