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message 1: by Melissa (new)

Melissa I really liked and appreciated your review of Anna Karenina. If you like classic translations that have huge page numbers and depth of characters, I'd suggest you look into Kristin Lavransdatter, (http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/62...). I think you'd potentially love it. I sure did, and I seem to feel the same way as you about Anna.


message 2: by Kristine (new)

Kristine I've had this sitting on my phone as an ebook for months now and have only read a few pages. Your review makes me want to get busy reading it right away. Very insightful.


message 3: by Eliana (new)

Eliana Do you recommend me to start reading Tolstoy with this book?


message 4: by Brett (new)

Brett It's where I started. And I loved it and have read a good bit more by him. Another option would be a collection of short stories entitled Walk in The Light.


message 5: by Eliana (new)

Eliana Thanks! I will try to find Tlstoy's books when I can... :)


message 6: by Colleen (new)

Colleen Lynch I've had this book for a while and I've been scared to pick it up. It's not that I don't read long or complicated books - I do a lot actually. It's just my expectations for this one are so high. After reading your review I feel a little better now that it won't be boring and I won't be disappointed. Thanks :D


message 7: by Dennis (new)

Dennis Brett, that is one of the most insightful, well-written reviews I have ever read. Thank you so much.


message 8: by Mitaleedas (new)

Mitaleedas I am only about 80-90 pp into it and I feel like I have entered a world I would like to live in for a long time with this exact set of characters for friends


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