Lo que el viento se llevó
Publish date: March 1st 2008
Publisher: Ediciones B
Pages no: 55
Edition language: Spanish
Series: Gone with the Wind (#1)
Gone with the Wind is a masterpiece of creative writing on every level. In its 1400 pages (or 49 hours on audio) there is not a single wasted line or insignificant moment. From a purely technical perspective, it is awe-inducing how flawlessly Mitchell utilizes characterization, setting, research, co...
Thought it was about time that I read this classic. Really getting into it.
Well I was tempted to just post a gif with someone giving a middle finger, but heck, I can do better than that. And honestly I want to explain (though I think my updates did a great job of that) of why this is from beginning to end pretty much one of the most disappointing books I have read this yea...
5 Stars. Buy it Spoilers This was definitely a favorite while I was growing up and helped me really like long novels. One thing I’m noticing is that despite being quite a bit older since I’ve last read this, is that it’s still really hard to understand when the slaves are talking. DAMN it. M...
The classic square for my Spring Book Bingo challenge was the one that worried me most because I am just not a classic reader. Classics don't interest me and I was racking my brain trying to think of something to read for this square. Gone with the Wind is one of my favorite movies. I have a paper...
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