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|Kindle, September 15, 1989||
|Length: 255 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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Read it for the first time at 16. Reread 40 years later and still love it!Published 17 days ago by Amazon Customer
Amazon had this at a great price for this book lovers RE- Read.Published 25 days ago by Tara Kay Woebse
This is a classic. Hardly needs an introduction or feedbook for me. Read this book in high school; ordered it again now, fifty years later to see how it reads. Reads better now.Published 26 days ago by S. J. Palit
This was an awesome book. It is classic that everyone should try to read at some point.
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I found the end of the book to be highly moving. It was written so well that I felt I was actually witnessing the event. I'm sorry that I don't explain myself more, but to do so is to relate the ending of the book to someone who may not have read the book fully yet. But, it is the ending that... Read More
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