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The Histories
3.97
I absolutely adore this book! It is among my top favorites. What I'm sure most people identify it with, if they can identify it at all, is the movie 3 ...more
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Dec 08, 2008
 
The Nine Tailors (Lord Peter Wimsey, #11)
4.07
This is a very interesting suspense story- one that captures the mind and sends it on turning, twisting plot trails. It brings the reader closer to a ...more
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Dec 08, 2008
 
Fierce Wars and Faithful Loves (Spenser's Faerie Queen, #1)
4.34
it was amazing
This is an amazing book! It didn't take me long to see why C.S. Lewis loved this book so much and notice the parallels between his works and this book ...more
Apr 09, 2009
Mar 02, 2009
 
RB 1980: The Rule of St. Benedict in Latin and English with Notes
4.04
liked it
For school.
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Dec 08, 2008
 
History of the Peloponnesian War
3.87
This is among my top five favorite books. Thucydides is a master not only of history, but learning, writing, and speaking. No one was more suited to t ...more
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Dec 08, 2008
 
Pride and Prejudice
4.24
I fell in love with the Great Illustrated Classic version in 6th grade, and so naturally the original blew my mind and secured in me a lifelong devoti ...more
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Dec 08, 2008
 
Jane Eyre
4.10
Jane Eyre is a classic redemptive narrative, following the struggles of a young, penniless girl who wants to find security. Overall a very pleasing bo ...more
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Dec 08, 2008
 
The Iliad
3.83
Unfortunately this is not the exact copy that I read. I read the Essential Iliad, which was about a fifth of the size of a normal copy and skipped man ...more
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Dec 08, 2008
 
A Woman's Call to Prayer: Making Your Desire to Pray a Reality
4.05
it was ok
It was kinda redundant. The one thing I learned from this book that I didn't already know was to be in constant prayer in the true sense of the word ...more
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Jan 11, 2009
 
Sense and Sensibility
4.06
This book goes deeper than is expected, and though there seems to be much excess plot, much credit can be given to Austen on the success of this, her ...more
Jun 2008
Dec 08, 2008
 
Piano/Vocal/Guitar Sheet Music: The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and The Wardrobe
4.32
I love this sheet music that I got for my birthday. Harry Gregson-Williams is my favorite modern composer and this is my favorite soundtrack. I also l ...more
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Dec 08, 2008
 
The War of the Worlds
3.80
Very interesting book. Surprisingly I enjoyed it, not being a big scifi fan, but, having read it over the summer at the beach, there is still a daunti ...more
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Dec 08, 2008
 
The Atonement Child
4.26
it was ok
The excess of crises in this girl's family and community made the story seem too unrealistic. Though it did give me some incite into abortion, this fl ...more
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Dec 08, 2008
 
The Greek Way
3.92
This book's cover fits it well, with its gear and wheel-looking designs. This book explores what made Greek culture tick- all its wheels and gears in ...more
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Dec 08, 2008
 
The Aeneid
3.81
One of my favorite stories and authors, especially with his reappearing in Dante's work. This a tale of Rome in its beginning glory, told during its g ...more
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Dec 08, 2008
 
Alone Yet Not Alone
4.09
liked it
I like this book, but the main character's strong dislike of Indians and sharing her faith with pagans seemed to tarnish the Christian morality it was ...more
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Dec 08, 2008
 
Out of the Silent Planet (Space Trilogy, #1)
3.92
it was amazing
I am reading this for my Creative Writing class, and I am always tempted to read ahead- I can't put it down! I love C.S. Lewis. I am on chapter 19 and ...more
Dec 14, 2008
Dec 08, 2008
 
The Twilight Collection (Twilight, #1-3)
3.78
I have read all but the last, and I never intend to read the last. Overall enjoyable for the moment, but left no legacy or moral for life.
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Dec 08, 2008
 
Climbing Parnassus: A New Apologia for Greek and Latin
4.14
it was amazing
This book is an intellectual case for classical training and useless learning (to know what this denotes you must read)!
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Dec 08, 2008
 
Selections from Disney's Princess Collection Vol. 1: The Music of Hope, Dreams and Happy Endings
4.67
Hehe... I still like my princesses. I always wanted to learn "A Whole New World" on the piano... I finally did.
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Mar 02, 2009
 
Theogony/Works and Days
3.73
really liked it
This was a really cool mythology on the creation of the worlds, the gods and goddesses and the different races of man.
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Jan 11, 2009
 
The Annals of Imperial Rome
3.98
really liked it
It is ironic that Tacitus means "silent" because this book is the loud voice of soap opera society of early Rome.
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Dec 08, 2008
 
Le Morte d'Arthur: King Arthur and the Legends of the Round Table
3.92
liked it
Everyone else says it is boring and too straight-forward. This is a history/telling of a myth and so it will not be your average on-the-edge-of-your-s ...more
Apr 09, 2009
Mar 26, 2009
 
Gilgamesh: A New Rendering in English Verse
3.63
liked it
This was very interesting let me say to read in a group atmosphere, but still quite entertaining.
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Jan 11, 2009
 
The Odyssey
3.73
Although I love Thucydides and Herodotus more, Homer still has his spot among my most favorite storytellers.
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Dec 08, 2008
 
The Eagle of the Ninth
3.91
I love this book! It is great for Celtic or Roman history lovers and has a very interesting plot.
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Dec 08, 2008
 
The Prince
3.78
It is better to be feared than loved, if one cannot accomplish both; and above all, one must avoid being hated or despised.
Feb 07, 2009
Feb 02, 2009
 
Our Town
3.63
did not like it
One of the most depressing books I have ever read.
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Dec 08, 2008
 
How to Listen to God
4.31
This book came at exactly the time I needed it the most.
Feb 07, 2009
Jan 11, 2009
 
Dr. Faustus
3.79
Necromancy is a bad thing...
Feb 02, 2009
Jan 10, 2009
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