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Punch, or the London Charivari

by Various Authors

homework help with math

Reviewed on 2017.12.06
by Buy College Essays

The Communist Manifesto

by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels

the movie was better.

Reviewed on 2017.11.30
by Adam Jenkins

The River War

by Winston S. Churchill

Enjoyed studying this, very good stuff, regards . A man may learn wisdom even from a foe. by Aristophanes. eccegbeefbkb

Reviewed on 2017.11.30
by Johne76

The Record of Currupira

by Robert Abernathy

Simply terrible. A shallow story with the goofiest possible premise.

Taking the long way around the mountain (Mars), the author tries to explain how Man got his voice. Plain stupid.

Reviewed on 2017.11.22
by JoJo Biggins

Rebels of the Red Planet

by Charles Louis Fontenay

This is a 3.5 star story. I had a debate with myself, and decided to go with 3 stars.

First, there is an interesting story here. I wanted to continue reading until the end, and the ending wasn\'t really a let-down. So, for entertainment purposes, this gets a thumbs-up.

As for the bad, simply too many major plot points happen out of convenience for no particular reason. A major character suddenly switches sides in a conflict because of suddenly falling out of love with one character and just as suddenly falling in love with another. Yeah, right. That\'s believable - not. There are stupidities along the way. And the \"twist\" at the end is just way too convenient and unnecessary to be included. Throw in the sudden appearance of ESP and telekinesis, and you have a recipe for fluff. Additionally, I found the superficial treatment of the definition of humanity to be, frankly, repulsive.

This is the story of the attempt to colonize Mars permanently and economically. There\'s quite a complex play of interests involved, but it kind of boils down to the rebels and the government fighting for their respective control of the planet.

Reviewed on 2017.11.16
by JoJo Biggins

Meditations

by Marcus Aurelius

good

Reviewed on 2017.11.15
by oman

The Prisoner of Zenda

by Anthony Hope

A treat for readers of all ages

Reviewed on 2017.11.09
by Ava

Pearl-Maiden

by H. Rider Haggard

Loved the story! Romances written during this era are my favorite and to find one that inspires Christian faith is fantastic. I’m going on to read the rest of Haggard’s work. Thank you to those readers before me that gave this book 5 ratings, or I probably never would have found or downloaded it!

Reviewed on 2017.11.02
by gibel

The Communist Manifesto

by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels

Very few people to-day know that general disapproval and disgust over this incident caused
nearly 40% of Masons belonging to the Northern Jurisdiction of the United States to secede. I
have copies of minutes of a meeting held to discuss this particular matter. The power of those
who direct the Luciferian conspiracy against God and Man can be realized by the ability of their
agentur to prevent such outstanding events of history being taught in our public schools.
In 1829, the Illuminati held a meeting in New York which was addressed by a British Illuminist
named Wright. Those in attendance were informed that the Illuminati intended to unite the
Nihilist and Atheist groups with all other subversive organizations into an international
organization to be known as Communism. This destructive force was to be used to enable the
Illuminati to foment future wars and revolutions. Clinton Roosevelt (a direct ancestor of F.D.
R.) Horace Greeley, and Chas. Dana were appointed a committee to raise funds for this new
venture. The fund they raised financed Karl Marx and Engels when they wrote “Das Capital”
and “The Communist Manifesto” in Soho, England.
In 1830, Weishaupt died. He carried the deception that the Illuminati was dead to his own deathbed
where, to convince his spiritual advisers, he pretended to repent and rejoin the Church.
According to Weishaupt’s revised version of the Age-Old conspiracy the Illuminati were to
organize, finance, direct and control ALL international organizations and groups by working
their agentur into executive positions AT THE TOP. Thus it was that while Karl Marx was writing
the Communist Manifesto under direction of one group of Illuminists, Professor Karl Ritter of
Frankfurt University was writing the antithesis under direction of another group, so that those
who direct the conspiracy AT THE TOP could use the differences in these two ideologies to start
dividing larger and larger numbers of the Human Race into opposing camps so they could be
armed and then made to fight and destroy each other, together with their political and religious
institutions.

Reviewed on 2017.10.23
by Maria Castro

The Devil's Paw

by E. Phillips Oppenheim

Well written as always, definitely not Oppenheim's best effort.

Reviewed on 2017.10.21
by Guido

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