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Girl With A Pearl Earring

by Tracy Chevalier

Girl With A Pearl Earring by Tracy Chevalier X
Girl With A Pearl Earring by Tracy Chevalier
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  • First Published:
    Dec 1999, 240 pages

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    Dec 2000, 240 pages

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raaf

This book is a classic novel of old times. Lives dealing with different religion. Although this book is beutifully detailed this is only a portrayel of what Griets life may have been,which gives the book a mystery to it, of whether her life was like that or not.
Heather Aiken

This seems to be a very intriuging book, but i do think it was a little hammed up.
I.K.


Just another silly and shallow book. But the film is even worse..
Sam Kuutmar

What was the point. The book did not have interesting charcters or plot. I read the whole thing just to see if it got better because it got such great reviews but it didnt improve. It wasnt fun to read or thought provoking I would say its borning and worthless.
DN

THE worst book I have ever read. Shallow storyline and NO ending!
Howine

This book was terrible and a complete waste of time.
lebonheur

The style is infantile, for the barely literate. Dead, studied and passionless. No fun, no joy, no nerves. Quit after 30 pages. You don't have to eat the whole apple to know that it is bad. See True Grit by Charles Porter to know how good a narrative by a young girl can be.
maRGas

i really didnt like it. For people that dont really like reading, it really doesnt encourage thjem to want to read ever again

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