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CollectionsYour library (682), Wishlist (44), To read (1), Read but unowned (124), All collections (831)

Reviews171 reviews

Tagsfiction (217), art (98), historical fiction (69), nonfiction (59), childhood (56), illustrated (55), England (46), animals (45), food (45), cookbook (43) — see all tags

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Recommendations15 recommendations

About my libraryno stars: Not Yet Rated/Not finished reading.
1/2 star: blech. Awful and dreadful, but somehow I still managed to finish it.
1 star: Bad
2 stars: Not very good. Definitely would not recommend. I rated a lot of books from childhood at 2 stars, because I liked them okay at the time, but looking back I know that they weren't the greatest.
2.5 stars: Ambivalent opinion. Wasn't good, but didn't hate it.
3 stars: Pretty good. I might recommend it, but with reservations. I probably wouldn't take the time to read it again.
3.5 stars: I liked it and would probably read it again if I had time. I'd recommend it to someone that I knew liked similar books.
4 stars: Great, definitely a book to keep but maybe haven't gotten to read it again to see if my opinion is as strong. I would recommend it to most people.
4.5 stars: One of my favorites.
5 stars: Best of the best; I have read it multiple times and loved it just as much if not more on subsequent readings. I'd recommend it to anyone.

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Favorite authorsJane Austen, John Crowley, Roald Dahl, Robertson Davies, Gerald Durrell, E. M. Forster, Galen Goodwin Longstreth, David Mitchell, Rainbow Rowell, Maurice Sendak, Edith Wharton (Shared favorites)

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LocationAustin, Texas

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceDec 9, 2006

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