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Jane Awesome

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Reviewed: 07-17-19

I'm a bearded, weightlifting, ju-jitsu fighting 21 year old dude, and Jane Austen has a special place in my heart.

She parodies the politeness of everyday life with precision and humor, and she makes the follies of romance all at once dreadful, absurd, and touching. Her prose is perfect; when listening to her dialogues, she writes like people talk - not how regular romance authors think people talk.

I suggest this book to anyone even remotely interested in reading one of the greatest English authors to ever live.

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Bizarre and Touching

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Reviewed: 07-07-19

If you have a fascination with the peculiar, this book will captivate you. This is the second time I've read it, and the style Sacks uses is elegant with exactness; he mixes neurological jargon and beautiful metaphors such that both the pedant and Joe-blow can cherish it equally. His case studies show an appreciation for the human and scientific, rarer than a FIVE leaf clover.

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Trump is a ...........

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Reviewed: 09-29-18

a liar. The end. Atter chapter 24 I saw the book went to chapter 45 and I was like gees Bob Windyword ... could you be a bit less verbose?
But it was eye opening and scary.

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very annoying book

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2 out of 5 stars
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2 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 07-03-16

The main character was a drunk. The author expected us to identify and feel sorry for her. The characters actions were implausible and Ibrolled my eye s continuously.

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From an Atheist

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3 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 05-15-16

I always thought the pursuit of spirituality was a fresh, trendy version of archaic dogmatism, but Harris really gives you the tools to revitalize the mind without handing it over to the pulpit.