- Unknown Binding
- Publisher: Harper (1962)
- ASIN: B001RG1XCK
- Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars See all reviews (151 customer reviews)
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This is the best thing Mark Twain ever wrote.
This Kindle version was bought as a gift; the actual book has been in my library for decades and is among the rare volumes that get re-read.
I have to admit, though, The Great Dark never seemed to find its stride, and editor's note suggest that Twain may have thought the same.
Mark Twain is my favorite and I have yet to find anything to be critical about.Published 7 days ago by Ardub
There are a couple of good out loud laughs, but it is hard now to see what all the fuss is about. If you want something to make clear the many faces of the Christian and Jewish... Read morePublished 22 days ago by Edith M Wollin
This edition is a pirated version, incomplete, lacking copyright info, publication date, ISBN, etc.Published 26 days ago by Frank Henry
Twain takes the reader on a fictional tour through the eyes of Michael the archangel and fallen angel Lucifer of the beginning of the universe and Man's appearance on earth. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Traveler51
mark twain has a wonderful imagination .i love this book,will read it over and over.johnPublished 2 months ago by john v
Funny and matches the world right now a little to well, even though it was written over a hundred years ago.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Typical Twain...witty, to the point, spot-on, he pokes his finger in the chest of everyone's most staunchly-held beliefs. Great fun!Published 2 months ago by John Little
Who would have known Mark Twain had such current and liberal views on religion? And written 100 years ago?Published 2 months ago by Kim Sparks