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GREAT BOOK

Reviewed on 2010.03.10

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A reasonably good story, some good hooks but certainly not the best example of this type of work out there. The writing is kind of fractured too, like maybe it was a first time effort by the author? If so, good job. Otherwise, well, if you were aiming for a pulp magazine feel, you nailed it!

Reviewed on 2008.12.02

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare

by William Shakespeare

Great works. Only problem is it does not have a Glossary, so you do not really know where the stories begin or end. Still, a brief scan over of the book and a few notes can easily correct this.

Reviewed on 2007.08.21

The Madman

by Kahlil Gibran

I really enjoyed reading it, it is truly nice and engross, I wasnot able to put it down until I finished. He was a brilliant Arab writer.

Reviewed on 2007.06.18

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