Reviews by Aman

Carlo

by Anonymous

Carlo or The Kindness Rewarded, as the title is, it is beautiful and tender story of a beautiful little girl whose kindness is of great expense. This is my personal favorite story to share with.

Reviewed on 2010.06.02

Wuthering Heights

by Emily Brontė

Though some call it a proper romance and some-- 'ill-fated'. But my judgment would be that it is special genre of both of them. This book is one of the precious classics I would say, and will tender your heart and going through this book you might experience some feelings that never had.

One of the extra-ordinary book ever written, and only one of Emily Bronte.

Reviewed on 2010.05.31

Agnes Grey

by Anne Brontė

One of the good classics I would say, though a bit slow but in the end tends to let you think about simple morale of free-living and love and life, only of your own, and not to intimate others, especially.

It'll make you think of the word 'life' in extreme sense, and you have to understand it better. We often think we know what 'life' means, but we are often be troubled by our own conscience on this matter.

Though it's a jewel, and only book written by a precious Bronte of her times...

Reviewed on 2010.05.27

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