Sounds like a recycled plot, until you add the Devil in the mix and an excellently crafted story.
Frankly, I didn't get through this book, although I'm sure it's just as beautifully written as other Corelli's books are, and I've read several.
I read this book for the first time 10 years ago and here am I reading it again for the 5th time.
Frankly, I didn't get through this book, although I'm sure it's just as beautifully written as other Corelli's books are, and I've read
several. Read more
Superb book. Thought provoking on how feeble and small we really are. How we let things control use and what we do. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Robert Diceston
An interesting book written about 1895 and set in England. But the story is compelling and makes you think about God. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Teresa Dookharan
A most excellent book, there is no wonder she outsold the likes of even dickens and Thackeray. The best book I've read in a whilePublished 18 months ago by James A. Norman
A bit odd and safely edited. But, has some interesting truths about life as a short article to be read.
IT IS NOT THE WHOLE BOOK. I cannot get a refund because it is past seven days of the purchase date... some readers are busy and cannot finish a book in seven days... silly policy. Read morePublished 18 months ago by anon
If you don't know this writer you'er in for a treat,she lived in the latter part of the 19th century but her work is thrilling,inspiring and as funny today as it was then. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Kenneth LaRon
I was 1st introduced to this author by a friend (who publishes a monthly and has written and published a few books)
since he knows that i am in the middle of writing a... Read more
I was excited to purchase and read this book, but there was no actual text to read! It was just a bunch of gibberish or code or something, not the book. I returned it for a refund.Published 23 months ago by Ree-Knee