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Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë
Jane Eyre
by Charlotte Brontë
read in January, 2013
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An excellent window to the mind of women. it took me so long to finish this book but the last two chapters are absolutely worth the whole book. Much of the book was very hard to relate to and the narrative was very cumbersome at times. However, of al ...more
Basic by Jack Jacobs
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This book is a well organized college tion of submitted stories of a variety of people's experiences during BMT. It seems that very few go through basic training without at least one or two stories. The greatest surprise for me was that Homer Hickham ...more
Out of the Silent Planet by C.S. Lewis
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This book I began because I essentially had the same idea. Of all the books I read in 2011, this one needs to be made into a movie. There is an excellent amount of intrigue, and suspense. There are times when the book is quite slow, especially during ...more
Perelandra by C.S. Lewis
Perelandra (Space Trilogy, #2)
by C.S. Lewis
read in January, 2011
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Quite an excellent and gripping read. I'd never read an account of demon possession, it was excellent. Throughout I feel humbled by how much smarter C.S. Lewis was than I'll ever be. It reads as if I'm having a conversation with him over varying top ...more
Huntington (WV) by Don Daniel McMillan
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Of all the industrial revolution cities, Huntington is one of the best. Unfortunately, this book is nothing more than a picture book. With such a rich and deep history, this city deserves more than just a passing note of rich peoples homes, and menti ...more
A Treatise on the Brewing of Beer by E. Hughes
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There are never too many ways to discuss the brewing of beer. This is specifically written for the British commercial industry. It is antiquated. There are some methods that I would love to try out. However, the advent of importance and regulation be ...more
That Hideous Strength by C.S. Lewis
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This book is very separate from the other two and could stand completely alone. I went in expecting the same flow and development as the others and did not get that. However, it delivers on the insight into how dark and depraved the human soul can be ...more
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
A Christmas Carol
by Charles Dickens
read in February, 2012
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"Man of the worldly mind!"...."Your welfare... Your reclamation, then. Take heed!" If you've seen the many many movies and have never read the book, you've cheated yourself. This book is by no means a mere Christmas story. This is one of the most mov ...more
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Ivanhoe by Walter Scott
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