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The book had a lot more action than I expected, an amazing story line, great characters, and some of the best writing I've read.
Convinced that he is above the law, Raskolnikov murders an old pawnbroker with the thought that many good deeds can be justified by one bad one.
What we get with Dostoyevsky is dramatic tension, detailed and believable human characters, and brilliant insight into human nature.
Strikes me as silly to review classic 19th-Century Russian Literature. Still prefer Count Tolstoy.Published 8 days ago by Stephen A.
A thought provoking story exploring human nature and individual characters. It is also entirely readable. I recommend this to everyone.Published 8 days ago by Claire Kinyon
It is a good book. I enjoyed the book. I do not want to spoil it for you, but I do recommend it if you looking for a great novel.Published 12 days ago by Willie
I received this book in the mail and it had a cover so ripped you could not even read the title, the spine was so broken the pages were barely held together and every page was... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Rachel Elizabeth
The leading man Rodya is as complex a character ever built into make-believe crime. On a par with the most complex character ever put into true crime The Vatican Murders: The... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Dean Graham Ford