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Terrorist

by John Updike

Terrorist by John Updike X
Terrorist by John Updike
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  • First Published:
    Jun 2006, 320 pages
    Paperback:
    May 2007, 320 pages

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Bob H.

Never Read Updike Before
I have never read Updike before. If this is his style, I will not read him again. I am struggling for the past week. I am on page 128. I am thinking. "C'mon already!"
Amilina

This book is strange
We've read the book in our class. It took a long time until we finished and it was horrible. Nobody in my class likes the book anyway. I've never read a book like this and I would have stopped reading the book after the first pages, but because of our English lessons we had to read to the end. I won't ever suggest the book to anyone else. Thanks.

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Amilina from Germany *kiss*
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