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Read the book; skip the movie.
It sounds romantic, but I don't think it is - the love was fraternal or parental - including Uncle Pio's, although he was not Camella's "biological" father.
You can read this book in one sitting and your pulse will never move off of a pleasant 70 (unless you fall asleep).
Wilder's book was one of the first good books I ever read, years ago, and I have always regarded it as unique, clever, original and compelling. Read morePublished 5 days ago by R. Dary
My original book was destroyed. Was so glad to find a copy so inexpensive. This is a"must read" in English literature and reading again reminds me of why.Published 12 days ago by Diana Dodd
I read this book twenty years ago and it hasn't left me. Written in 1927 with a deceptively simple style but with a hint of scholarly elegance, similar to another story teller,... Read morePublished 12 days ago by S.K.Pillai
Totally deserving of the label "Perennial Classic." Incredible writing telling an engaging, imaginative story. GarriePublished 16 days ago by Garrie L. Kingsbury
Enjoyed. and now I need to add extra words or amazon won't let me leave a review. Stars do it for me.Published 29 days ago by jjbb
Beautiful book. I couldn't stop reading it from cover to cover. It's a good lesson teacher on how to act to other. I would recommend this for one's personal library.Published 1 month ago by Karenlynn
I read this as a required book in high school and thought it would be good to read again voluntarily as an adult. I was wrong; the book is quite boring. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kenneth Fortress