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Tom Burke of ''Ours'', Volume II

by Charles James Lever

good,interesting story :)

Reviewed on 2014.08.03

Tess of the d'Urbervilles

by Thomas Hardy

As moving a book as can be. After digesting the plot, and how Hardy's incredible blending of the scene's to the plot, one can still think long about what the story meant in 1891 and what it means now. The last chapter was incredibly well crafted. With the whole novel focused on Tess and detailing her actions coping with her hardships and betrayals, she's finally executed. But her demise is less by death than erasure. Days before her death the world around her indifferently moved on. The only public mark Tess left on the her world was a momentarily raised black pennant that waved freely in the breeze as if even it took no notice of Tess's life.

Reviewed on 2012.08.28

Jane Eyre

by Charlotte BrontŰ

i love the pair of JANE and EDWARD ROCHESTER.....but i hate ST. JOHN...he is so mean!!!!love the book though...

Reviewed on 2011.11.11

The Diary of a U-boat Commander

by Stephen King-Hall

Not all the way through yet but quite enjoying this book. Intersting study of a personality too.

Reviewed on 2010.04.01

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