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Notes From The Underground

by Fyodor Dostoyevsky

I believe you mean 'bore,' Carl. No wonder you found this fascinating, witty and humorous piece of literature a bit higher than your normal reading level.

Reviewed on 2013.03.05

Pollyanna Grows Up

by Eleanor Hodgman Porter

I agree that it's a shame that aunt Polly regressed like that, and as a sequel, it has it's shortcomings. There's not a lot of focus on the Chiltons, for one.

However, I found the story of Mrs. Carew and her search for the lost Jamie very touching. I think it's a very engaging story within its own right, and I absolutely love the book for it.

Reviewed on 2011.07.25

Guilt of the Brass Thieves

by Mildred A. Wirt

a good book, interesting and funny

Reviewed on 2011.04.11

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