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This is a great book. It is Hawthorne at his best. I've been a fan of The Scarlet Letter for years but had not read Seven Gables. I'm glad I finally did so. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Ronald D. Johnson
It's a classic story. I liked it the first time I read it and I was fascinated by the storyline this second time around.Published 10 days ago by Gia
It's Hawthorne, of course it's terrific. I bought it just to have a digital copy of a classic. I couldn't pass it up. I love the book and I love the house!!!Published 10 days ago by LollyOhio
I had never read this book before and I love reading the classics. Mr. Hawthorne was extremely verbose in this novel. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Therese Kotch
About 80 percent of this book is dedicated to describing the characters' state of mind and the environment around them. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Johnny A.
I recently visited the "House of the 7 Gables" & thought it would be interesting to read Hawthorne's books. It was basicaly about where our country was established.Published 1 month ago by riorita