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  • Hard For Charlie
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    The book Flowers for Algernon is a great book. It gave me many mixed opinions about the writing style that Daniel Keyes used to write the book. I liked the way he wrote everything in journals. It was a great idea. I didn't like the way he wrote some words that were to hard for Charlie to spell write the right way. They make reading the story harder. On the other hand they were a great way to show Charlie's progressions later on in the story. The journal format was a great idea. It really helps t...
  • Brethren The Book
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    The Brethren (Written By: John Grisham) The book I read was The Brethren, by John Grisham. It was a suspense book. Three ex-judges, called The Brethren by their fellow prisoners (in for various crimes against the courts and such), lived in a very minimal security prison. They had just begun fine - tuning a mail scam. This scam was ran by a lawyer on the outside who would come in everyday, give them there mail and deliver any mail that was needed. This scam extorted homosexuals with families and ...
  • List Of 10 Holiday Books
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    Thoughts of summerPenguin's new 150th birthday edition of Roget's Thesaurus (16.99, pp 1296), edited by George Davidson, is a new revision of a book that's sold more than 32 million copies since publication; it offers a fascinating snapshot of English at the dawn of the twenty-first century. But while it gives us uber-babes (Liz Hurley, Madonna, Kylie Minogue et al), power-nap and Botox, it does not neglect to categorise the building blocks of everyday sentences - verbs nouns and adjectives. In ...
  • Darnton's Book The Great Cat Massacre
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    The Great Cat Massacre: And Other Episodes in French Cultural History. First Edition. Robert Darnton. New York: Basic Books, 1999 X + 298. The Great Cat Massacre with out a doubt has one of the most unusual titles ever created especially for a book about history. Now this unusual title perhaps fits this book better than any other straight - forward title Mr. Darnton could have conjured. You see the text contained in the book isn't just your standardized, boring, and redundant view of history. Mo...
  • Joe Dimaggio Fans
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    Joe DiMaggio - The Promise By Joe Carrieri The cover definitely grabs you. Joe DiMaggio who has such a "mystique" look to him. I never knew how complicated a man DiMaggio was. DiMaggio was a complex person, shy, conservative and yet he married Marilyn Monroe - he was a man with magic who captured the eye of Americans when America needed a hero. His 56 game hitting streak will never be broke. I saw DiMaggio in a new light. This book shows a human side to DiMaggio with a story that should become a...
  • Lurk In The Land
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    Characters Lief - the king of Deltora. Barda- chief of the guard Jasmine- a wild girl that grew up in the forests, and is a very good friend of Lief and Barda's. Lief, Barda and Jasmine have managed to stop the evil Shadow Lord, but some of his evil vile creatures still lurk in the land. As Lief tries his best to rule the land and make it peaceful and food to grow, he finds out that there are still some powerful evil creatures out there that make the land bad and unable to grow anything. Now the...
  • Tom With Josie And Helen With Pascal
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    BOOK REPORT Roman Kizner World Lit THE IMMORTAL By: me n ur... I read the book called the immortal by Christofer Pike. The story takes place in an island Greco in Greece. It is a great island and is mostly for tourism. But near that island about 5 miles away from Greco is a sacred island of Delos which attracts many tourists. It is sacred because its very old and there are prehistoric ruins everywhere on it. But the main reason it is sacred is because many believe Zeus the all powerful god was b...
  • Celestine Prophecy
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    The Celestine Prophecy The Celestine Prophecy by James Redfield. More popular than The Bridges of Madison County, more philosophical than Socrates, and it rivals only R.L. Stein's Fear Street series in bad writing. It's a 'novel of ideas's ays Kenneth Moyle in his very critical essay 'Why I Hate the Celestine Prophecy. ' 'A novel of ideas;' that's a good phrase for this 'novel. ' I read it twice during this assignment: the first time I thought he had great ideas and themes to live by; the second...
  • Heese's Siddharta
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    There had been many different books by numerous authors that have impacted the way one looks at life. The book Siddharta is one of these. This book shows Heese's fascination with eastern religions, legends, and fairytales. It is about an Indian prince name Siddharta who goes on a quest to find who he really is. In his quest, he encounters many different pleasures and pains, each having an affect on him and the way he thinks. As he grows up, he continues to learn different things and experience d...

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