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Tuesday, October 13, 2009


Book Title: The Chronicles of Narnia
Author: C.S. Lewis
Genre: children/fantasy
Submitted by: Emily
Short Review: The series includes seven novels (I am listing them here because I only own them on one big book, so they can't be read by more than one person at once). The seven books are: The Magician's Nephew (it was okay), The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (I really liked this one), The Horse and His Boy (my favorite in the series), Prince Caspian (the movie was better, but this will still good - better than the Magician's Nephew), The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (my other favorite only because of how imaginative the writing was in this one), The Silver Chair (lost my interest at first, but I really enjoyed the last half), The Last Battle (very interesting and pretty enjoyable. This one had a lot of really interesting parallels with society and religion today).

Book Title: The Count of Monte Cristo (abridged)
Author: Alexander Dumas
Genre: adult/adventure/classic
Submitted by: Emily
Short Review: This is one of my very favorite books - I could not put it down!!! Edmund Dantes has everything and is framed by a jealous rival. He is thrown into a dark prison cell for 14 years. He manages to escape, find a huge treasure and tranform himself into the Count of Monte Cristo. Although he seeks revenge he seems to also find justice as well. This is the abridged version and so every now and then there are footnotes/endnotes to explain what has been left out - I didn't feel like I missed out by reading this version (it was still 620 pages).

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