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The Mysteries of Udolpho

by Ann Radcliffe

I decided to read this after reading Northanger Abbey (the wonders of Manybooks). Although it is a little overlong I found it a good read and can understand Catherine Morland's (Northanger Abbey)enthusiasm for the book, though I think Jane Austen may have been a little tounge in cheek.

Reviewed on 2010.01.26

Absolution

by Clara Viebig

A very dark and bleak tale , but well written non the less and I did enjoy it.

Reviewed on 2009.12.28

Perfidia

by Lewis Shiner

A intresting short story.

Reviewed on 2008.03.06

Geek Mafia

by Rick Dakan

Very annoying book. Should be in the teen fiction section.

Reviewed on 2008.02.07

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