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  • LJ S

    One of my favorite books of all time!

  • Jo.

    one of my fave books

  • Andrea Oates

    The Catcher in the Rye - I know this book is a classic, but I really didn't enjoy it...I didn't like the writing style; very jolted and repetitive...and the storyline? Not exactly sure what it even was! I don't know, just not my thing I guess, but at leat I can cross it off my 100 books list! :)

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