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කළු ඊය

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226 pages
Published October 1997 by තරංග ප්‍රකාශකයෝ (first published 1888)
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May 06, 2014 Malsha rated it liked it
Fond memories of reading this after begging thaththie to buy me a book and threatening that I would boycott a trip to Kandy or else. The whole night in the hotel room, this was my story that kept me up. I remember the book more than what happened during the trip. Even though the story lie is blurry in my mind I remember I found the book to be quite interesting!
Mar 24, 2013 Indika rated it it was ok
I bought a translation of this book ages ago and stopped reading it because it was too boring. Couple of years later finally managed to finish reading (I can't leave books lying around, unread) for the sake of reading it.
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