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Pride and Prejudice

by Jane Austen

Jane Austen's writing skills are stunning. This book proves it. The characters are real, the story is entertaining, and the overall quality of the novel makes it one of the best.
If you haven't read and are still wondering whether you should, I'm telling you, you should...

Reviewed on 2008.01.31

A Drift from Redwood Camp

by Bret Harte

Good short story. Didn't like his style, though...

Reviewed on 2008.01.31

The Mayor of Casterbridge

by Thomas Hardy

One of the few books one reads and never forgets. Hardy's work is the correct definition of a classic...

Reviewed on 2007.09.05

City at World's End

by Edmond Hamilton

Excellent. Nothing too deep to freak people out, and yet not at all your shallow stars and swords sort of action. This is an intelligent novel from a good--yet not perfect--writer, once you get used to him.

It's fast-paced, lively, thrilling, and most of all entertaining novel of science fiction (with emphasis on fiction) that will surely keep you reading it all in one session. Not the type you read twice, but certainly the type you never regret having read.

Take into your consideration however that this was written in the 1950's.

Reviewed on 2007.05.25

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