A heartwarming story of life and prejudices in the deep south in the 1960's. Thank goodness, we've come a long way...
Fast moving, gory mystery story depicting the wonders and glories of Alex Cross. Not overrly impressed with Patterson's writing.
Interesting take on a professional getting involved with his client and its consequences. Predictable ending.
An intriguing, Danielle Steel-like novel with a happy ending. Interesting detective work, nicely done.
An interesting view of a community of people living a rudimentary live in the not-too-distant past.
An interesting story with a predictable family twist. Easy reading. Not too much thrill
A heartwarming, sensitive story. Every dog lover must read this. You will appreciate your best friend in many different ways. I liked the book so much, I gave several copies to friends as gifts.
A total bore! Franzen's character articulation is mediocre. The novel drags on and on and on. The story could be told in a lot fewer words. I listen to the book in my car and the narrator's voice is so dull I have to turn it off so as not to fall asleep. Too much hype over this book. I read it because of Oprah's ravings. Very disappointing.
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