Large Image

The Wayfarers

by (Good Press)

(39 reviews)

Get It Preview

Share This


Many a man who has an upright nature and a good disposition fails to show these facts patently to the casual observer. To Justin Alexander had been given the grace of a singularly attractive countenance. He was of a fair complexion, with light hair, a good nose slightly aquiline, and a well-shaped mouth and chin; but his charm was irrespective of feature. No one could look at him and not know him to be a man of sweet and fine honor. The gaze of his keen blue eyes -- clear, though not very large -- carried conviction to whomsoever it rested on that a clean and honest soul dwelt therein. Although he did not in the least realize it, this had been one of the greatest factors in any success that he had ever had, joined as it was to good judgment and great physical energy. Everyone liked him, not for what he said or did, but for what he was, and for the encouragement of his bright glance, which had a convincing and magnetic quality in it. He talked intelligently and well, although not a great deal, and among the many people who were drawn toward him a corresponding liking on his part was easily inferred. Yet he was, in fact, innately although dumbly critical; a reticent man as to his own thoughts and opinions, he took an inward measurement of persons and circumstances often the very reverse of what was supposed. This attitude of his was in no sense of the word hypocritical, it came instead from a constitutional dislike of voicing his innermost feelings. It somehow hurt him to acknowledge defects in others, and he had also an impersonal sense of justice which allowed for good qualities in those who were uncongenial to him; he did not really like the man who sat beside him, and with whom he had the prospect of being intimately associated, but even his wife had hardly divined this; certainly Joseph Leverich himself, large, jovial, and shrewd-eyed, would have been the last to suspect it.

Tag This Book

This Book Has Been Tagged
It hasn't. Be the first to tag this book!

Our Recommendation

Track It. This book has been $0.00 within the past year.

Notify Me When The Price...

  • $
  • If I'm already tracking this book...

to track this book on eReaderIQ.

Track These Authors

to track Mary Stewart Cutting on eReaderIQ.

  • to be notified each time the price drops on any book by Mary Stewart Cutting.
  • to stop tracking Mary Stewart Cutting.

Price Summary

  • We started tracking this book on December 30, 2019.
  • This book was $0.99 when we started tracking it.
  • The price of this book has changed 11 times in the past 1,636 days.
  • The current price of this book is $1.99 last checked 3 months ago.
  • This book is at its lowest price in the past 90 days.
  • This lowest price this book has been offered at in the past year is FREE.
  • The lowest price to date was FREE last reached on February 8, 2023.
  • This book has been FREE 4 times since we started tracking it.
  • The highest price to date was $1.99 last reached on February 10, 2023.
  • This book has been $1.99 4 times since we started tracking it.
  • This book is currently at its highest price since we started tracking it.


Additional Info

  • Publication Date: April 25, 2021
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
  • Lending: Disabled
  • Print Length: 115 Pages
  • File Size: 3,122 KB

We last verified the price of this book about 3 months ago. At that time, the price was $1.99. This price is subject to change. The price displayed on the website at the time of purchase is the price you will pay for this book. Please confirm the price before making any purchases.