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Reviews by Samuel Mungujakisa

The Jungle Girl

by Gordon Casserly

Good book, but not as good as the first. If it had an originality of its own, perhaps I'd have rated it excellent. The aura around Badshah is dimmed in this novel, I had a respect for this fictional creature. The first novel makes him a god, the next lowers its position.

Nice ending anyway, I love good endings!

Reviewed on 2006.06.03

A Little Princess

by Frances Hodgson Burnett

This book.... how can I describe it? It brings tears to my eyes, and informs me that I've never been good enough. Sara teaches me a lot through her abundant love, radiant personality and unfailing courage and strength.
If you've never read this book before, and you are one who loves good endings and if you are a soft-hearted person, this book will make you want to be more than you are... just... read it!!!

God bless and keep you all. Thankyou and Gutenberg project.

Reviewed on 2006.05.26

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