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On Mystic Lake: A Novel von Kristin Hannah
On Mystic Lake: A Novel von Kristin Hannah
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Cute, 21. Juli 2000
Although this book was better than most of it's kind it still lacked depth and the characters were pretty flat. I find it hard to believe that if you had someone as a friend since kindergarten you would suddenly not stay in touch. Hank and Joe were such stand in characters, and come on -- what grown up woman has to call her dad to say she wasn't coming home that night. She made use of the word "hugged" too and not in the way you hug people. And of course, everyone is beautiful with beautiful blue eyes, beautiful blonde hair, beautiful, beautiful. Stop, before I hurl. I can tell by most of these reviews that the readers don't read a lot of quality novels. And one thing… Mehr dazu
A Tale of Two Cities von Charles Dickens
A Tale of Two Cities von Charles Dickens
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Good, Gooder, Goodest, 18. Juli 2000
I read this book years ago and think of it as on one of the better stories of Charles Dickens. Especially now with the Bastille Day celebration just over (July 14) in France. When I talk books with other people I mention it as one of the better classics. It's sad, and funny too at times. This is the sort of book I want in a bound sewn together book instead of glued together. If you are in school and have to read a classic I say get this one. If you're sick of the junk that's out there, tired of your computer screen, tired of your endless choices on satellite tv, and want to sink into an oldie, get this one. Once you get into the lingo of the language you just zoom away. A… Mehr dazu
L.A. Requiem (Elvis Cole) von Robert Crais
L.A. Requiem (Elvis Cole) von Robert Crais
2.0 von 5 Sternen Macho, macho man, 6. März 2000
I gave this book a fair try and after about 167 pages just gave up. I really didn't like any of these cardboard characters. I couldn't stand Joe Pike's strong silent type personia, the ex-Marine with a mean dad. And Elivs Cole, yeah, all the women are hot for him. This writer can't compare with Chandler and Elwood. It's an ok book but it's insulting to women and I thought it stunk. I knew right away who the culprit was, right away! I can't be fooled by this pulp. Hated it!