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My Brave and Gallant Gentleman

by Robert Watson

A very sweet story which causes you to jump into a pleasant mood after reading it,highlighting the contentment of knowing that when one knows that he is right and honest,other things dont matter.Should be read!

Reviewed on 2010.04.27

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Disgusting story! Anyone who lacks morality & ethics is welcome to read it.Here in this story just lust of a newly grown up boy is shown,who lacks sense of responsiblity & proper parental guidance.Very Vulgar story,would not have read it,had known it was so bad.

Reviewed on 2010.01.28

The Candidate

by Joseph A. Altsheler

A magnificent story, one not to be easily forgotten, highlighting the political campaign of a candidate for the Presidency of United States, and emotions & drama of all other media correspondents and family friends along with him on the campaign, especially Harley's character, the cheif correspondent for New York Gazette, was wholesome, charming & enjoyable and led the story to its zenith. MUST Read!

Reviewed on 2010.01.25

Bardelys the Magnificent

by Rafael Sabatini

A very beautifully arranged story without the tragic touch which is usually always there in other history based stories. One enjoys the way the main character of Bradelys thinks, acts. Breifly, it was Nice.

Reviewed on 2010.01.21

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