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The Bible

by Anonymous

The fact that the Author is unknown should tell you something..
If you actualy get around to reading all the books in the Bible and reaserching the archeological finds..You will know that is is not a coicedence that you find the same truths time and time again..
Truth is constant ..Try Revalations and see how many prophercies have already been fulfilled..
Excellent read for any one who has faith and is a believer!
After all, Faith is believing what one has not yet seen..

Reviewed on 2007.06.08

The Scarlet Letter

by Nathaniel Hawthorne

The first time I saw or heard of this book was on a movie I had watched.
Fascinating read never the less..
Only if you read it with an open mind will you pick up what's intended for the reader.

Reviewed on 2007.06.02

Sir Thomas More

by Robert Southey

This is a good story of a man with integrity.It also dates back to when people or rather the state thought that God chose the Leaders of the Country and they felt they could change the Law of the Land.
This is also the history of how the Anglican church stems from Catholisism.
Good read for Honest heroes

Reviewed on 2007.06.02

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