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The Little Prince by Antoine Saint-Exupe

Posted : 11 years ago on 30 July 2006 09:56 (A review of The Little Prince)

A pretty, touching book for all ages - if you want you can derive some deep meaning out of it to. Need a motto, or reason to carry on with your life? This might be your answer.


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I Am a Puppy (Golden Sturdy Book)

Posted : 11 years ago on 30 July 2006 09:54 (A review of Cyndy Szekeres' I Am a Puppy (Golden Sturdy Book))

My favorite book as a child, forever close to my heart. There was a time I could recite it for rote on the top of my head. Buy this, and enrich your child's life. Or if you're weird, get it anyways.


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The Return of the King by J.R.R. Tolkein

Posted : 11 years ago on 30 July 2006 09:52 (A review of The Return of the King: Being the Third Part of The Lord of the Rings)

If you've come this far, you'll pick up the finale of the series. Same slice of pie as the others.


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The Vinyl Cafe Diaries

Posted : 11 years ago on 30 July 2006 09:51 (A review of Vinyl Cafe Diaries)

Sort-of-funny happenings of the sterilized middle class splashed with blatant pop culture references designed to spark interest. Worst of all, it's Canadian. Not recommended.


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The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkein

Posted : 11 years ago on 30 July 2006 09:49 (A review of The Hobbit: Or There and Back Again)

The one that started it all - Tolkein's most lucid and conclusive statement. Should be read by every child - easily captures the imagination. Well done.


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The Two Towers by J. R. R. Tolkein

Posted : 11 years ago on 30 July 2006 09:47 (A review of The Two Towers: Being the Second Part of The Lord of the Rings)

Possibly the most exciting of the trilogy, and one of the better fantasy novels out there.


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The Silmarillion by J.R.R. Tolkein

Posted : 11 years ago on 30 July 2006 09:46 (A review of The Silmarillion (Deluxe Hardback))

A precursor to 'The Hobbit' and 'The Lord of the Rings' by some millenia, would interest hardcore fans of his well known works. The writing is pretty muddy, and is hardly engaging - it's not surprising to hear this work was released posthumously (largely edited by his son).


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