The Man: Easyread Super Large 24pt Edition

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ReadHowYouWant.com, Feb 14, 2008 - Fiction - 492 pages
3 Reviews
I would rather be an angel than God! is the very first sentence in Stoker's fiction The Man. It presents his sentimental ideals at the same time conveying his philosophical thoughts. Children have been presented as beacon of light from whom the elders should learn about honesty and innocence. A horror tale is presented that chills the readers to the bones.
  

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User Review  - Christi - Goodreads

I would've never guessed this was a Bram Stoker novel, especially one written after Dracula. [A bit of a spoiler here, but not really.] The plot is rather predictable and irritating in the manner of ... Read full review

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User Review  - Trisha - Goodreads

THE MAN is not an outstanding book but has its own charm in the descriptions and the character. after reading DRACULA , i had great expectations of a good story line but it turned out to be just ... Read full review

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Contents

STEPHEN
1
THE HEART OF A CHILD
19
HAROLD
33
HAROLD AT NORMANSTAND
51
THE CRYPT
70
A VISIT TO OXFORD
97
THE NEED OF KNOWING
113
THE TCART
147
THE MEETING
203
ON THE ROAD HOME
246
HAROLDS RESOLVE
276
THE BEECH GROVE
301
THE END OF THE MEETING
330
A PRIVATE CONVERSATION
360
A BUSINESS TRANSACTION
393
MORE BUSINESS
412

IN THE SPRING
172
THE RESOLVE
185
A LETTER
435
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