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Interesting characters, light reading. Hoping to read more old lit. Any suggestions for other books to read is appreciated. Shorter review requirements would be nice.Published 14 hours ago by Dianne J. Jones
I had to read this book for my college class. It was very flowery and had a whole 3 pages on chickens, that had nothing to do with the story. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
I spend a fair amount of the night up late in burst of laughter. I'm not sure why I had no idea that this classic is so funny! Read morePublished 8 days ago by Amazon Customer
The House of Seven Gables is a literary classic that you probably haven't read and that's somewhat a shame and understandable . Read morePublished 15 days ago by JAK
Truly an old old story but still can hold your attention ! And learn a lot about the early life of of our settlers, and what the every day life was for them !!Published 16 days ago by Kindle Customer
The pleasure we derive from reading a book (especially an older one now regarded as a "classic") depends on how we approach it and what we bring with us to the reading... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Librarian
The book couldn't hold my interest in high school and 40 years later I still don't like the book.Published 20 days ago by Pam wilson
This is a peculiarly American type of Gothic romance. In the Gothic romances of Britain, for example, those by Horace Walpole or Ann Radcliffe, the villain is usually a sinister... Read morePublished 25 days ago by John C. Cravey