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I've read this book a few times, Wharton is wonderful. However, while it is a great story, well written, with well developed characters, EVERY time I've read it I throw it across the room. I am always frustrated by the choices of the female characters, and the unworthiness of Archer.
Despite that, I always enjoy this book and recommend it to anyone.
09/19/2009
I'd never read this before, it is a delightful book. Well worth reading for the young or the young at heart!

Its the story of a boy who moves to a new home, and when exploring finds an unique friend. If you know the story of the phoenix, then the end is a little obvious but well written.

I just didn't believe that any parents would be that accepting of things - LOL, but it wasn't THAT important to the story.

Also nice is that there is a short bit on the author and why he wrote the book, I always enjoy that.
03/06/2009
so happy to see this on the front page of the site, if you like farces this is great. Just silly and fun!
11/25/2008
pretty amazing actually. I went through this site downloading books that sounded good - having no idea if I would enjoy them or not. I was amused by the main character - not to say that I found the story humorous - just that his predjudices and assumptions were amusing. It had a wonderful ending, that may not be realistic, but I found satisfying.
09/16/2008
Candace Irving - Page-Turning Military Thrillers
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