The Roadmender

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The Roadmender is a 1902 Christian spiritual book by Margaret Barber, writing under the pseudonym Michael Fairless. The book became a popular classic, running through 31 editions in 10 years. An edition is currently in print with ISBN 978-1-414-207384.[1]

The book is written as a series of meditations on the road to heaven with the author adopting the persona of the roadmender. It was published with illustrations by the turn of the century artist Will G. Mein. Some editions were illustrated by E. W. Waite including "tipped in plates".

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  1. ^ "The Roadmender by Michael Fairless". Goodreads. Retrieved 7 September 2014. 

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