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Jane Eyre – Book Review

” There was no possibility of taking a walk that day. We had been wandering indeed, in the leafless shrubbery an hour in the morning, but since dinner (Mrs. Reed, when there was no company, dined early) the cold winter wind had brought with it clouds so sombre, and a rain so penetrating, that further Read More

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How long is a piece of string

This is a book that describes and demonstrates different theories which are actually associated with our daily lives. This includes revealing the truth of the mystery of Albania pyramid scheme, the demonstration of the probability of different people to win in the “Who is the Millionaire” television show and so on. Simple but innovative, it Read More

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Holes

The book of Holes is world famous. I had to go to buy it as my friends recommended the book. They said that Louis Sachar is an amazing writer, with a wide imagination. I am reviewing this superb writing and I will be telling you why you should buy this exciting novel. It all starts Read More

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The English by Jeremy Paxman

“The English”, the book by Jeremy Paxman, begins with the sentence: “Once upon a time the English knew who they were.” The implication is that they don’t know who they are now. While having a lot of sympathy with this opinion, an argument could be made for asserting that they never did know for sure. Read More

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Z for Zachariah

The book I have been reading was called “Z for Zachariah” by Robert C. O’Brien. The two elements that contributed to my understanding and pleasure in this novel were the structure of the novel and the power struggle the main characters had to survive. The novel was about a sixteen year old girl called Ann Read More

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The New Ethic Mob by William Kleinknecht

The New Ethic Mob by William Kleinknecht explores how the current criminals involved in organized crime are no longer just the Italians. He could be Cuban, Chinese, Russian, African-American, Haitian, or Jamaican. These are the new breed of more sophisticated and more brutal organized criminals. In the preface of the book Kleinknecht states not to Read More

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Citizen Soldier

In Stephen Ambrose’s book “Citizen Soldier” he speaks of the American soldiers who fought in Europe from D-Day, June 7, 1944 to May 7, 1945, the day when Germany surrendered. The title “Citizen Soldiers” shows you a background about how the war was fought through a the perspective of a citizen. Most of the citizens Read More

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Race Against Empire by Penny Von Eschen

In her book Race Against Empire, Penny M. Von Eschen writes of the African diaspora embraced by African Americans in the United States. Von Eschen discusses the anticolonialistic sentiment that began around the year 1937, and changed its course by 1957. Her study begins with a description of the roots of the diaspora at the Read More

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All flesh is grass

“All flesh is grass” is a quote from the book of Kings in the bible. Initially it is difficult to see how this relates to biology. However it is possible to relate the two, especially when considering the relationship between flesh and grass, or plant and animal life. It is necessary to consider exactly what Read More

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Finishing Well

The book of “Finishing Well” of Bob Buford is very amazing and interesting. It motivates the reader to do his goal in life and not only envision the dreams he wants to be and to have. He also get some people to share their experience Just to be a good example on the chapters he Read More