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The complete works of Mark Twain
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To will be lucky if you find a single complete work of mark twain when you open this piece of rubbish!
Moreover, don't purchase books from booknackrh if you can avoid it... They still won't refund the transaction after ripping me off!!
I was so excited to get all of one of my favorite authors' works for under a buck.
But there is really no sense in buying this Kindle collection if there is no ACTIVE table of contents. YES, the table of contents is there, but you have to go and try to FIND IT, bookmark it, and then the short stories table of contents does not work.
If that doesn't bother you, then by all means go get it.
I am, however, going to look for a better Kindled version of all of Mark Twain's works, even if that means I have to pay a buck more.
For the current version (blue cover, b&w photographic-looking picture of Mark Twain) (purchased and satisfied at $2.99):
- great table of content (TOC) (it finally works!): easy to navigate, etc.
- some of the editorial mistakes have been corrected; for example, a previous commenter said that Huck Finn was missing from chapter 36 and on. I checked and as of August 28, 2012, all the chapters in Huck Finn are there.
- fun pictures and photographs
- MASSIVE BODY OF WORK = long download time. I'm talking over 20 minutes here. I would download it on your USB and then transfer over to your Kindle if I were you.
- I'm sure there are typos, but in such a huge literary body of work, I won't be able to find them all too quickly.
For an extra $2, the TOC is fabulous and it LOOKS incredible (good type, etc.). The illustrations/photos are great to look at, and the biographies look actually somewhat interesting at a glance!
If you're a fan of Mark Twain, or even just like some of his works, this is worth your money.
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The Amazon link links to the Kindle version only, which may actually be complete.
When one 275 page volume arrives in the mail, you KNOW your have not received The Complete Works, unless it is on microfiche, and this isn't.
No indication that this may be one of xx volumes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Prior to reading this book, I had a limited knowledge of twain. He is one of the best writers I have ever read. His wit and veiled sarcasm made me smile. Read morePublished 14 months ago by virginia marlo
A Connecticut Yankee is certainly fine, but I had expected The Complete Works to include Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn amongst others. Read morePublished 22 months ago by barry lerner, M.D.
A friend went to Europe & took this book to compare then & now. We both loved it. Timely arrival.Published 23 months ago by Robert1
Mark Twain's 2 volume autobiography was worth the wait. This is not a "and then I did this" chronological biography, but was written/dictated to whatever moved Twain each... Read morePublished on January 28, 2014 by Verne
I got a bunch of free download books to fulfill my obsession to have all the books. I haven't even opened it so I can speak to the formatting or content.Published on November 5, 2013 by chris pederson
How can you go wrong with Samuel Clemens. Reading Huck Finn brings back great memories of reading it the first time and gives the reader an amazing feeling for what the life of the... Read morePublished on June 9, 2013 by J. Chacon