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Hi it's me again, reviewing as I go... I kept on reading and it started to seem okay again.... and then on page 69 it seems as if the story comes to a complete halt and starts a totally different short story.

However, I have just presumed it's the same tale because it's still chapter nine.

I must admit, "the second story" seems both disgusting (incestuous) and riveting. So far it's actually enjoyable although it will be rather short.

I'm done... As predicted the second story was very interesting but very disgusting. Not something I would read again. I can't stomach incest very well.

Reviewed on 2010.07.30

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87 pages...I think I may stop at 62...it's starts off okay and then it gets boring to me. If you're looking for a similar (in terms of Victorian erotica) but interesting read, I would suggest "The New Ladies' Tickler".

Reviewed on 2010.07.28

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I loved it! Very well written and interesting. Kept the reader wanting to continue.

Reviewed on 2010.07.20

The Canterville Ghost

by Oscar Wilde

i have seen this on dvd too...very nice fantasy...!

Reviewed on 2008.04.08

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