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Black Beauty

by Anna Sewell

I remember by father first reading Black Beauty to me when I was about 8 or 9. It has become a cherished memory.
There is a beautifully restored, illustrated version from 1912 available for iPads on the iBookstore that has a really nice faux leather cover. The whole thing feels very vintage yet modern.

Reviewed on 2012.11.18

About the Holy Bible

by Robert Green Ingersoll

I agree with many of the comments below. Reading this book was like the taste of vomit in my mouth, and spewing forth all that is unholy. I could not finish reading it!

Reviewed on 2011.08.07

Ella Eris and the Pirates of Redemption

by Albert Berg

yeah I agree with the last comment, and the end was a bit of an anticlimax. Also is there some confusion between a changeling and a shape-shifter? two very different things

Reviewed on 2010.10.23

Brain Twister

by Gordon Randall Garrett

Liked it, quick read, likable characters

Reviewed on 2010.07.22

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