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Who are you? Where does the world come from? Just a few of the questions posed in this masterpiece of writing. Read More
"Open your eyes, and see what you can with them before they close forever." A very good quote that seems to sum up this remarkable book. Read More
The Heretic's daughter gives readers a front row seat to the horrors of the Salem Witch Trial Read More
Review: Deborah Rising: A Novel Inspired by the Bible Read More
Based on actual events, Brutal Exclusions focuses on life in Charleston, SC, during a decade that changed history: The Sixties. After a school bus is toppled by eight Charleston businessmen in protest against school desegregation, Alethea Jamison, the only African American youngster on a bus full of white children, suffers… Read More

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nine year old Geraldine gose to the White House Read More

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A book review over The Book Thief by Markus Zusack. Read More
:This Book: “Medieval Realms 1066-1500 A Sense of [H]istory by James Mason” is a evil-speaking book of blasphemes towards the truth of [h]istory in concern with our Moorish identity and We see such printed matters to be illegal and artificial to our house: Thus from our eyes, this publication is… Read More
The story of Balzac and Little Chinese Seamstress depicts an amalgamation of fairy tales of Grimm and realism of Guy de Maupassant. The story is actually a description of the lives of the narrator and his friend Luo and it grows up with the background of the Chinese Cultural Revolution… Read More

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From the slave ship to the present, Miss Mamie ruled, influenced and controlled her heirs through her daughter, Mamie, aptly named after her. Miss Mamie’s daughter, Janie, grew and prospered under her mother’s power and carried on their traditions, heritage and ancestry.s). Read More

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Los Angeles is the battle ground for this war. The United States backed by the United Nations has backed its front lines to Bakersfield. While on the other hand Mexico backed by the Eastern Alliance which includes China, North Korea, Pakistan and Iran have their front lines established around the… Read More

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The enigmatic Anne Boleyn comes to life in this charming, brilliant portrayal by acclaimed British novelist Margaret Campbell Barnes. The infamous love of King Henry VIII and the mother of Queen Elizabeth I, Anne Boleyn undertook a rocky journey from innocent courtier to powerful Queen of England. A meticulous researcher,… Read More

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Book Review for "The Virgin's Lover" by Philippa Gregory. As a new queen, Elizabeth faces two great dangers: the French invasion of Scotland, which threatens to put Mary Queen of Scots on her throne, and her passion for the convicted traitor Robert Dudley. But Dudley is already married, and his… Read More

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Book review for "The Boleyn Inheritance" by Philippa Gregory. Three Women Who Share One Fate: The Boleyn Inheritance Anne of Cleves: She runs from her tiny country, her hateful mother, and her abusive brother to a throne whose last three occupants are dead. King Henry VIII, her new husband, instantly… Read More

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A review for Philippa Gregory's "The Other Boleyn Girl." When Mary Boleyn comes to court as an innocent girl of fourteen, she catches the eye of Henry VIII. Dazzled by the king, Mary falls in love with both her golden prince and her growing role as unofficial queen. However, she… Read More

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Book Review of Cherries by Bernie Weisz Read More
ACCOUNT OF MACHEVELI....HUMAN AND POWER Read More
this is a book review on the novel The Brothers Karamazov, by Dostoevsky. It portrays the conflict between Orthodox (Slavophiles) and Russians with Modern tendencies (Westernizers) viewed as a conflict between brothers in the same noble family. Setting dates from around World War I. Read More
this is a book review on the novel The trial by F Kafka, a jewish Austrian lawyer who wrote around the time of World War I. Read More