A Long Fatal Love Chase is a suspense novel by Louisa May Alcott. She wrote it in 1866, two years before the publication of Little Women (1868) finally established her literary reputation and began to resolve her financial problems. The manuscript remained unpublished until 1995.
Review Dedication: Many thanks to Cafe Libri Yahoo Group member and now Lunch member @AerinBlue for her help with the research for the review. Click here to read the book quotes. This was one of the best emotional roller coaster rides a book has taken me on in a long time. I have never been a fan of Louisa May Alcott's books because they always felt a little too wholesome. A Long Fatal Love Chase, however, shows that Alcott was able … more
Louisa may Alcott is perhaps best known for 'Little Women' and perhaps you are already turning away, not a big fan of this classic story. I wasn't either, in fact 'Little Women' was one of the few books that bored me to death. So when a friend recommended 'A Long Fatal Love Chase' I waved it aside, thinking it would be on a similar scale to Alcott's previous works. I was surprised, impressed, … more
You can imagine this as one of the stories Jo March loved to write (that Friedrich didn't think was from her heart). Absolutely perfect for curling up with on a rainy day with a blanket and a hot beverage.