Chrystal McRanald was a lonely little person. She lived with her grandfather at the north end of the island, too far from any neighbors for her to have much other company than that of the gruff old man.
So begins the heart-tugging story of Chrystal, who lives on an isolated, barren island off the coast of Scotland. Unexpected love and friendship, as well as unforeseen tragedy, delicately entwine in this beautiful tale.
“With extraordinary description and deep insights into human life, Chrystal of the Sea Larks is an example of powerful, engaging literature that has been lost to the world. We are grateful to bring this book back to life.” —Jenny Phillips
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