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The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster
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Dec 22, 10

Read from October 18 to December 22, 2010

I have just stared the book and i learned that a boy named Milo and he doesn't really e the meaning in life. He never keeps his mind, he keeps hanging it. And because he keeps hanging hes mind, he don't ever enjoy what he does.
He one day got a package of a GENUINE TURNPIKE TOLLBOOTH. i believe that it's a mini car that will take Milo on a great trip that i know hell never want to change his mind about.


I just finished this book and it was the most wonderful book i have ever held. In the beginning it was slow but throughout the story it was amazing. It was very good when it came to reasons. It was a very reasonable book. It made me think of the things that can have a point that i never would of thought.
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10/18/2010 page 1
0.0% "Err... I can't say much cause I just started but life's good and i'm going with the flow :)"

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