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Reviews by LAS

Salomy Jane

by Bret Harte

Fortunately this story is not long because it is absolutely terrible. Bad enough that the main characters speak in 'cowboy dialect' but even this is not consistent. Salomy sometimes speaks perfect English and other times she talks 'cowboy.' Her father, Madison, will sometimes drop his 'g's' and sometimes he won't often in the same sentence. And the story itself is rather lame, certainly not enough to make up for the terrible dialects. Read at your own risk!

Reviewed on 2015.02.16

Beyond Lies the Wub

by Philip K. Dick

An interesting short story, well worth the couple of minutes it will take you to read this.

Reviewed on 2015.02.16

The Misspellers

by Michael J. Martineck

There are so many misspellings in this story that the title becomes ironic even though it does not refer to that kind of spelling. In a single paragraph computer is spelled three different ways. The story is probably best suited to younger children but, as an adult, it didn't do it for me.

Reviewed on 2015.02.16

Affairs of State

by Burton E. Stevenson

Pretty good for an old-timey free book. Definitely worth a read!

Reviewed on 2011.09.30

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