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Initially I was excited for the way this book was going to be narrated. However, I found that it got old relatively quickly. Read morePublished 3 hours ago by OnlineShopper
I liked the book, but it seemed to drag on for much longer than it needed to. I felt that a lot of passages could have been made shorter, and others lengthened.Published 8 hours ago
This is a great read--arresting and difficult to put down. Grabs you quick and you are in till the last page.Published 1 day ago by J. Schrecengost
This book is so disturbing that at times I felt nauseated. Once you understand the book is written through the eyes of the child, it becomes even more powerful. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Mary Ellen
There are so many wonderful aspects to this story. When you see everything threw the eyes of a five-year old who has never lived outside of "Room" it gives the reader a brand new... Read morePublished 3 days ago by cabb
Heartbreaking, tragic and beautiful. This novel is a must read; I could not put it down. It is pure perfection.Published 6 days ago by cfdowell
Some of the book was hard to understand as it was written from the view of a 5 year old. There was not enough back story about how the mother ended up in the room. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Marceita Wallberg
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Corporate America seldom does anything that does not get them profit; Amazon adding the capability for free competitiors is not something I would hold by breath waiting for.
Dec 27, 2010 by Steven E. Tower | See all 5 posts
|which emma donoghue book should i read next?||
I tried reading Slammerkin, but did NOT like it, so I couldn't recommend that one. I think Emma Donoghue has a great future and would like to read more of her work, also.
Jan 8, 2011 by C. Cooper | See all 6 posts
|Kindle sharing now available!||
Thankw for update I must have missed that e-mail also. I just told someone how I share. Oh well maybe she read yours and know she can share. Where do I look it up?
Jan 19, 2011 by Brenda P. Newell | See all 3 posts
|Can you share from Kindle to Kindle?||
Another way to share via email, which is good if you don't want to give access to your Kindle account.
1. Connect your Kindle to your computer using the USB cord.
2.When the Kindle window opens on your computer (mine shows up in the lower right corner as "Kindle F:", as if I'd... Read More
Dec 27, 2010 by BumbleB | See all 59 posts
|Somewhat disappointing and tiresome||
I couldn't disagree more. The book is written from the child's point of view and that's the whole point, there were no other characters in his life! That's why, to him, the inanimate objects in The Room started having human-like qualities. I think it's an excellent read that allows you to get... Read More
Jan 24, 2011 by Jon P. Tudor | See all 8 posts
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