Esther Holleman Holleman itibaren Nacip Raydan - MG, Brezilya
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There is a reason this book is a classic. It's classic. It's lyrical, it's fascinating, and somehow you sympathize with a child molester.
I am so glad that I went with this book when choosing my two free books from audible. I will be the first to admit that the quality of this series hit and all time low with finger lickin fifteen. Still, I have been a diehard fan for a long time so I gave the next two volumes a try. JE must have listened to the feedback concerning the slipping quality of the series because these last two and particularly Smokin' Seventeen are reminisant of the early volumes that made the series a hit. The pacing and charcter development is good as always. but in these last two volumes the plots have been much better. I am hoping the improvement continues with the upcoming 18th book in the series. If you are a Plum fan who has become disheartened with the series I suggest you give the last two books a try. you might just be suprised.
A captivating, accessible, enjoyable, and extensively researched account of the beginnings of the revolutionary "King Years" in United States History.