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A mockingbird that will live forever.
Review of To Kill A Mockingbird: 50th Anniversary edition - Harper Lee by robjak

Advantages: Unable to put it down
Disadvantages: Want to read straight away immediately after

...best known novels ever written, To Kill A Mocking Bird. She was born in 1926 in Alabama where she studied law as a young adult. It was her childhood that inspired her to write this novel which ... Read review

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Almost an "E" ;) by LiveMusicLoverLyn
@1st2thebar: It is, it's the current GCSE book that they were examined on in May 2014 ;) by LiveMusicLoverLyn

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31.05.2014 11:37
To Kill A Mockingbird 50th Anniversary Edition is an Inspiration
Review of To Kill A Mockingbird: 50th Anniversary edition - Harper Lee by zoyaaa

Advantages: Fast-paced, teaches a good lesson, great literature, great characters, realistic
Disadvantages: not acceptable for all ages

...which had a universal lesson. To Kill A Mockingbird is usually forced upon students during their school life. Even thoug ... Read review

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Book reviews aren't suppose to have spoilers. Nothing on the 50th Anniversary edition. by 1st2thebar
Welcome to Ciao, will re-rate if edited by EurekasLaw

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30.05.2014 18:16
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The ultimate law story of the 20th Century
Review of To Kill A Mockingbird: 50th Anniversary edition - Harper Lee by EurekasLaw

Advantages: This is a central key text to all young people seeking to explore growing up, beautiful but sad
Disadvantages: She only wrote the one book

...Lee quotes Charles Lamb where to states that; Lawyers, I suppose, were children once Atticus Finch speaking to the court clearly articulates, "This is a case that should never have come ... Read review

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vh by danielclark691
great by sazzydan

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26.05.2014 18:56
(01.06.2014 14:06)
A slight but perceptible falling off of quality
Review of Plum Pie - P.G. Wodehouse by JOHNV

Advantages: Amusing collection of stories, at least one very god
Disadvantages: Not quite as good as his earlier books

Even in his mid-eighties, P.G. Wodehouse was still writing and publishing one work of fiction a year, as he continued to do until 1974, the year before he died at the age of 93. Taking its name from his nickname ‘Plum’, after his first forename of Pelham ... Read review

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Eloquently delivered. I have a fondness towards Wodehouse, I have adulation for his stuffy uniqueness - few may identify Wodehouse as satirical, I'm one of a few. by 1st2thebar
Terrific review by Dentolux
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17.05.2014 16:04
An excellent and easily readable entry into the classics
Review of Adam Bede - George Eliot by bettyboo47

Advantages: witty and insightful - gives an insight into our own rural heritage
Disadvantages: the language used can be dificult

I have been drawn into reading some of the classics since I was given a kindle, as many of these books are available free of charge from Amazon''s own website. This is the third George Eliot I have read and I found it a delightful story. It is writte ... Read review

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concise! by thedevilinme
Nice x by sparkleychel
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05.05.2014 18:13
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