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User Review  - AThurman - LibraryThing

I'd have enjoyed this one more if its perspective reached out beyond that of its protagonist, Bit. The first half detailing the commune could have been great with a broader perspective. Bit's nostalgia-shrouded later life, taking up the latter half of the book, had less interest for me. Read full review

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User Review  - aliciamay - LibraryThing

The book starts in western New York State in the late 1960s with a bunch of idealist hippies forming a commune. Our narrator is Bit, the first child born in the group and we see his life at the ... Read full review

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User Review  - MaryinHB - LibraryThing

MY THOUGHTS Really Liked It. Born and raised in a commune during the early sixties, Bit doesn't attend regular school, eats no processed food, has never really seen movies or television and reads for ... Read full review

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User Review  - KristySP - LibraryThing

It started out great, but kind of fell apart in the second half. I just lost interest....and decided to abandon. Read full review


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