Indiana Review

Indiana - George Sand

“A day will come when everything in my life will be changed, when I shall do good to others, when some one will love me, when I shall give my whole heart to the man whi gives ne his; neanwhile, U will suffer in silence and keep my love as a reward for him who shall set me free.”

i thought Indiana was a really good book. It was mix of courage, strength and finding hope/yourself a long the way.

I heard about Indiana through Meg Frampton (Meg & Dia pre-voice Dia Frampton in case you only know Dia) and listening to both versions of Indiana on youtube (one acoustic and one is indie rock and they changed the lyrics around for the song). If it wasn't for Meg & Dia i probably wouldn't have heard of George Sand or any of her novels.

I gave it a four star cause it was really good and would recommand to those who love classic and/or trying to find someone different in the classic genre.

The only problem i had when trying to find this book was that it wasn't in barnes & nobles or any local used bookstores at all. The only way i found the book was through ebay and well also the nook both of them is how i found this book and a bunch of other George Sand books as well.