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The Extra Day

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Published: 1915
Language: English
Wordcount: 94,542 / 282 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 73.2
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 4,434
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ed with her new position, her brother fussed and fidgeted with impatience born of repressed excitement. "Run out and knock at the door," he proposed to Judy. "He'll never get away from Mother unless we let him KNOW we're waiting."

Judy, kneeling on a chair and trying to make it sea-saw, pulled up her belt, sprang down, then hesitated. "They'll only think it's Thompson and say come in," she decided. "That's no good."

Tim jumped up, using Maria as a support to raise himself. "I know what!" he cried. "Go and bang the gong. He'll think it's dressing- time." The idea was magnificent. "I'll go if you funk it," he added, and had already slithered half way over the back of the chair when Judy forestalled him and had her hand upon the door-knob. He encouraged her with various instructions about the proper way to beat the gong, and was just beginning a scuffle with the inanimate Maria, who now managed to occupy the entire chair, when he was aware of a new phenomenon that made him stop abruptly. He saw Judy's face

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Average Rating of 1 from 1 reviews: *
2014.04.10
JoJo Biggins
*....

I found this so boring that I couldn't get past the first two pages. It was written a hundred years ago, and it reads like it.


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