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Disliked. First 75% is a repeat of book 2 Sons. Waste of money. Very disappointing. Why would she waste the book repeating herself verbatim from book 2 Sons. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kindle Customer
I loved the flow of the writing. It gave me a feeling of being there watching the stories unfold. I read the Good Earth many many years ago, and stumbled upon the two following... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Aunt Dizzy
my favorite book of the triology-may be because i'm more familier with the events, i was able to assume the time and places mentioned. Read morePublished 4 months ago by NGT
The weakest of the good earth trilogy. There was some confusion in trying to keep all the relatives straightPublished 5 months ago by relube
This is the third volume of a trilogy. I read them all. This one, however, had a weak ending.Published 6 months ago by Crystal Cat