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20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

by Jules Verne

I thought it to be better, I can't complain its a good book, but sometimes I just wished he stops talkin about food.

Its really worth reading on a full stomach.

Reviewed on 2007.10.27

Vandrad the Viking

by J. Storer Clouston

hmm, I kinda have to admit that its worth reading , I just thought it to be rather soft after i've read "Olaf the glourious"

Reviewed on 2007.10.27

Olaf the Glorious

by Robert Leighton

I cant belive no one yet reviewd this book !!! , ITS GLORIOUS in all the possible meanings of this world.

Specially the war parts. its a great book , dont hesitate READ IT.

Reviewed on 2007.10.27

Varney the Vampire

by Thomas Preskett Prest

I couldnt even complete it , Sorry to say , I DIDNT LIKE IT A BIT , too slow , and vampires in it are weird after seeing all the movies of these days

Reviewed on 2007.10.27

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