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Ninety-Three by Victor Hugo
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Dec 13, 11

Read from November 19 to December 11, 2011

I had a hard time following this book, because of all of the names that were used. Once I was done struggling with the long, hard to pronounce French names, it became very interesting. Hugo has a great way of challenging our moral characters. Sometimes the simplest lines are the ones that capture our thoughts the most: "It is easier to die than to live". The events in this book would certainly make it hard for someone to complain about life today. I liked the way that everything came together at the end.

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Adam Johnson easier to be dead than to live, for sure...
but i think committing suicide would be a pretty difficult thing to follow through with

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