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on February 24, 2002
Format: Hardcover
I think that Denny's Tapes was a very good book. The main character in the book was Denny. The book was about how Denny traveled all over to try to find his father. He made a few stops on the way. Those stops were to meet his grandparents. He was happy to find out alot about his heritage. When he finally got to his dads partment he wasn't home. So he decided to stay and get a job so that he would be able to meet his dad and have enought money to get back home. I defenitely think that the book deserved the 3 star rate that i gave it.
L.J
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on October 16, 2002
Format: Hardcover
"Denny's Tapes" is a very good book if you like a book that moves along so slowly and almost has no point to the story. The contexts of the story include not chapters like most books, but tapes like in a tape recorder. Denny the main character is traveling in a truck (named Mary) across the United States from Philadelphia to California. On his way Denny records all of his travels, the people he meets, and the things he does. He is traveling to California because he wants to meet his long lost "other family" including his father who believes he lives in California. I disliked the book because it moved to slow and the books I normally like to read are faster paced and adventurous.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on October 16, 2002
Format: Hardcover
"Denny's Tapes" is a very good book if you like a book that moves along so slowly and almost has no point to the story. The contexts of the story include not chapters like most books, but tapes like in a tape recorder. Denny the main character is traveling in a truck (named Mary) across the United States from Philadelphia to California. On his way Denny records all of his travels, the people he meets, and the things he does. He is traveling to California because he wants to meet his long lost "other family" including his father who believes he lives in California. I disliked the book because it moved to slow and the books I normally like to read are faster paced and adventurous.
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