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The Flame Tree

by Richard Lewis

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The Flame Tree by Richard Lewis
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    Aug 2004, 288 pages
    Jul 2004, 288 pages

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this book is a very good book for adults

I think this book was a bunch of rubbish and if a pure English teen wants to read it would they know what all the words mean when they put the words in a different language... I had to read this book for English class first and second term and it found that it won't help people with English skills.

Most teens don't read, not finding time or just because they find it to boring to do but I am not one of them I enjoy a good book... love to read adventures which is what this book was but it put me off so much... how can people read such horrid stuff...

Its just me though... but I rate it the worse book I had to ever read.. if it wasn't for me having being forced to read it as a class task then I would have given up at page one....

And I find it so horrid how he would write about something like that sis....
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