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Black Beauty

by Anna Sewell

I remember by father first reading Black Beauty to me when I was about 8 or 9. It has become a cherished memory.
There is a beautifully restored, illustrated version from 1912 available for iPads on the iBookstore that has a really nice faux leather cover. The whole thing feels very vintage yet modern.

Reviewed on 2012.11.18

About the Holy Bible

by Robert Green Ingersoll

I agree with many of the comments below. Reading this book was like the taste of vomit in my mouth, and spewing forth all that is unholy. I could not finish reading it!

Reviewed on 2011.08.07

Ella Eris and the Pirates of Redemption

by Albert Berg

yeah I agree with the last comment, and the end was a bit of an anticlimax. Also is there some confusion between a changeling and a shape-shifter? two very different things

Reviewed on 2010.10.23

Brain Twister

by Gordon Randall Garrett

Liked it, quick read, likable characters

Reviewed on 2010.07.22

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Frequently wandering the stone streets of Mont Saint Michel in France as a tour guide has given author Kathleen C. Perrin a unique insight and special bond with the place. It has also allowed her to channel her passion for the place into her young adult historical paranormal series, The Watchmen Saga. In this interview she talks about her muse, how she retraces the footsteps of her characters to better understand them and the hardships of life in 15th-century France.
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