OUT OF PROVINCETOWN by Rosalys Hall

OUT OF PROVINCETOWN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Although the same characters go through this atmospheric story of Province-town of modern times, the book reads more like a collection of short stories than a continuous yarn. The central characters are a boy and girl whose future seems bleak because they cannot follow the call of the sea, as their ancestors did. They seize every chance to be on it and of it, and there are some mildly exciting storms and other adventures connected with boats and sea. Finally, with Annapolis as a possible solution of his problems, Silas looks hopefully to the future, while Alice promises to wait for him.

Pub Date: Sept. 29th, 1941
Publisher: Farrar & Rinehart