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Lee (The Generals)

Lee (The Generals)

On 10/12 Colin Ager wrote: I found this book interesting; I feel the author showed us both sides of Robert E. Lee's life, his sense of honour and duty he felt for his fellow men. And on the other side of the coin, the love he had for his wife and children. The book also showed Lee's faults and short comings so the book is fairly ... Lee a life of virtue

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3 Stars

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The Butterfly Effect

The Butterfly Effect

On 9/7 Colin Ager wrote: The Butterfly Effect. BY Andy Andrews★★★☆☆The first thing I want to say is what a beautiful book, the simple butterfly on the front is just a nice touch. The book itself is a good read, and makes the reader think. When I first opened the book I though it was a book of short stories, but I was ... The Butterfly Effect

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3 Stars

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Patton (The Generals)

Patton (The Generals)

On 8/23 Colin Ager wrote: I found this book hard to put down, Patton was an ordinary man but unlike other men he had huge shoes to fill, his father and his grandfather all did well in the military, and like them Patton also had a taste for the military. But things ... Patton (The Generals)

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3 Stars

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Venom and Song

Venom and Song

On 7/27 Colin Ager wrote: The book picks up right from where the first one finished. Now the seven have to learn to trust one and other, as well as hone their powers. The reader is taken into the world of Berinfell, and is taken along with the seven lords. The way the book is written Berinfell and Allyra comes to life, everything ... Venom and Song

Colin's Rating:

5 Stars

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