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by Robert J. Shea

Very intriguing story, creative and richly presented. A very good read!

Reviewed on 2014.01.19

The Communist Manifesto

by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels

This book was chartered by the central bank of London to be spread to the working class dupes to believe one day they would control the means of production. This manifesto was nothing but an outline of how central banking can take over the world through the stupidity of people willing to give up all of their property, their rights, and brainwash their children with plank 10 to believe the same as them. It is NOT a political movement. It is a banking cartel takeover designed to erase Magna Carta, the Constitution, The Bill of Rights and return us to absolute feudalism just the way it was before we had those documents. Stop listening to your Marxist professors and wake up.

Reviewed on 2013.08.13

The Ultroom Error

by Gerald Allan Sohl

Good basic short story. Nothing earth-shattering, but a fun quick read.

Reviewed on 2013.03.10

Tess of the d'Urbervilles

by Thomas Hardy

I'm a gent of little culture and worldly knowledge of certain classics. So I was going to read this book without any knowledge of its ending, but thanks to this synopsis/worst spoiler in history, I'm going to give it a miss.

I understand that the prose can still be enjoyable whilst knowing she hangs, but it kind of pissed me of a tad that I unwittingly stumbled across the knowledge that she dies.

Like I said I'm a man that still has many great books to read and maybe this knowledge of her death is well known to many people who en-devour to read it.

But for those of us who live in a dark misty cloud of the undiscovered, give us a chance to stumble on it ourselves via the book. Ta.

Reviewed on 2012.11.12

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