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Reviews by Marie Bruemmer

In the Sargasso Sea

by Thomas A. Janvier

Top quality adventure! He develops the story psychologically as well as a modern author would. Bravo!!

Reviewed on 2011.09.02

Booknology: The eBook (1971-2010)

by Marie Lebert

Succinct little history of the e-book. I hope Marie Lebert will continue to update it from time to time!

Reviewed on 2011.09.02

Paradoxes of Catholicism

by Robert Hugh Benson

This reads as rather dated, unfortunately. I felt like he was trying to justify some of the atrocities of the past. Other than that, if you are willing to wade through the treacly romanticism at times, the author does have some good things to say. Plan to attack this one with a shovel....

Reviewed on 2011.09.02

A Monk of Cruta

by E. Phillips Oppenheim

I agree with the previous reviewer. First of all it is too melodramatic. Then partway through,the author reveals how prejudiced he is against the Catholic church, and how ignorant he is of it as well. Too much negativity also.

Reviewed on 2011.08.24

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