Reviews by gibel

Bardelys the Magnificent

by Rafael Sabatini

The book was written in the first person with a cheerful and personal tone which makes it a pleasure to read. I enjoyed the how it reflected the language, formality, and discreet romance which draws you into the era the story is taking place in. This was the first Iíve read by Rafael Sabatini and itís inspired me to read more of his works next. Loved

Reviewed on 2014.03.12

Between Friends

by Robert W. Chambers

Itís a love story on the surface, but the underlying plot tells of a man who was harboring anger against a friend who had grossly betrayed him. Circumstances develop which allows him to get revenge but that results in torturing himself even more. He cleanses himself of the hatred in the end and able to reconcile things. For me the book was mediocre, so I canít affirm if you will like it or not, but itís a short story so may be worth reading.

Reviewed on 2014.02.20

The Common Law

by Robert W. Chambers

In my option, the author tends to over exemplify ideas presented which makes the story longer than it needs to be, but the subject matter keeps interest, especially in the last 3rd. Itís a good romance and definitely worth reading.

Reviewed on 2014.02.06

Nell, of Shorne Mills

by Charles Garvice

This is my favorite of Charles Garviceís books. Iíve fallen in love with Nell and I crave to live in a place like Shome Mills. Itís a pleasure to visit a earlier time when truthfulness was important and women still blushed , but Iím glad that we donít have the social protocols anymore that caused Nell and her man Devon so many hardships.

Reviewed on 2014.01.14

more reviews ->