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A little Slow and names are confusing , maybe a system of nicknames mixed with full namesPublished 16 days ago by marines
A pretty long read for me. This story gives the reader a lot to think about and ponder on. But in the end, love is the answer.Published 24 days ago by Let's Read
Classic book with germane and salient points on life. Very worthwhile reading.Published 27 days ago by James
Immediately after reading it I probably would have given it three stars however, it's now been over a week and it deserves four stars. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Brendan Shanahan
I got about 1/3rd of the way through the book and couldn't figure out where the story was going. This is supposed to be such a great novel but after getting as far as I did and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mad Scientist
Jesse Coulson's translations of Dostoevsky are brilliant. He's only done a few. The field is dominated by a woman whose name escapes me....Garnett? Read morePublished 1 month ago by Anne
My Rating –Put it on the List
Level – Tough, dense, fairly long
Rodion (Rody) Románovich Raskolnikov is a poor college student in St. Read more