If we don’t help the poor, if they are forced aside while others acquire wealth at their expense, what recourse do they have other than to revolt? – The Remarkable Miss Digby
The Remarkable Miss Digby
A hauntingly beautiful story of a woman determined to escape the confines of her class and gender, living during a time of religious and cultural upheaval which uncannily mirrors our own.
‘A compelling and page-turning read that will transport you to a different time and culture, with an unforgettable heroine centre-stage.’ – NZ Book Lovers
‘Absolutely fantastic, I couldn’t put it down.’ – Catherine Scullin, Beach FM. You can listen here to Catherine’s conversation with the author.’
‘An entertaining novel…the book is a pleasure to read for the prose is taut, well-written, splendidly proof-read and edited… one hopes that Ms Donovan will one day treat us to a prequel.’ – Flaxflower
‘What a fantastic read this is… I literally couldn’t put the book down. I suggest you search it out. I don’t think you will be disappointed.’ – Terry Toner, The Book Show, Southland Radio.
‘A haunting, beautiful story… I just loved it. It’s a must-read.’ – Ruth Todd, Bookenz, Plains FM.
‘A gripping read.”’– Otaki Today