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Reviews by 52 Books

All for a Scrap of Paper

by Joseph Hocking

This book was really interesting and surprised me (in a good way). Unlike a lot of war books, it wasn't all that violent and it wasn't slow paced, either. The only problem I had was that I couldn't really relate to the main character, Bob. He just seemed to be full of himself and not a nice person.

Reviewed on 2008.08.11

The Apartment Next Door

by William Andrew Johnston

This book was great. It was a nice mystery and was fun and easy to read. Sure, it was a bit unbelievable, but even that made it an enjoyable read!

Reviewed on 2008.07.16

The Mystery of a Hansom Cab

by Fergus Hume

This is a great mystery. It appears to be really simple, but twists and turns keep you guessing until the end of the story. If you like mysteries, you'll like this one.

Reviewed on 2008.07.16

Mothers & Other Monsters

by Maureen F. McHugh

I don't really like short stories, and these were nothing special. Unless you are a fan of science fiction/futuristic short stories, you can easily give these stories a miss.

Reviewed on 2008.06.27

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