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The Rug Merchant

by Meg Mullins

The Rug Merchant by Meg Mullins
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  • First Published:
    Mar 2006, 272 pages
    Paperback:
    Jun 2007, 272 pages

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tabby's mom (06/15/09)

Worth reading
This is a lovely story. It's very readable and the characters are well developed. Anyone who has felt isolated will understand the main character's pain. There is a subtle humour threaded throughout the work.
Robin (04/25/06)

good story, okay book.
This book was a great story with well thought out issues and complex emotions. It was a great story but a poor book. What I mean by this is that the story was intriguing, but the stylistics and quality of the literature were minimal in quality.
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