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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, ( 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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