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A book with odd syntax-difficult to read. The characters speak to each other using an unusual sentence construction. I didn't enjoy it.Published 3 months ago by karen
I enjoyed Charles Webb’s The Graduate, but it is far from a classic. I’m a huge fan of the film, but this is one of those ultra-rare cases where the film is actually better than... Read morePublished 6 months ago by JBS
For 1963 this novel was ahead of its time, and is still just as relevant as the year it was written. Minor differences with the film, but ultimately Nichols filmed the book. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Karris
While I enjoy this novel, the Kindle digital edition is deeply flawed. I found many instances of missing lines, words characters, etc. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Auton
I originally bought this book because it was mentioned in Doctor Who, now I wish I had know about it before hand.Published 11 months ago by Teresa Thomas
The premise is different from the film. The film was about an outsider wanting in while the book is about an insider wanting out which I think is more powerful in today's world. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Wendel Meldrum
Okay, engaging and funny romantic theme. But expected more storyline from the Graduate. Worth a try if you have to time to kill.Published 15 months ago by Reddy
Read today, the main character comes across as a winy, self absorbed spoiled rich kid. But the book gives a snapshot into that difficult transition from the Eisenhower years to the... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Mark
Badly transcibed into Kindle edition. MANY omissions of words, and many lines of dialogue have been run together so you think the wrong person is talking. Read morePublished 16 months ago by SuzyinHarlem