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A book that drags you into life in India; with excellent imagery and engaging writing, my only complaint is that its ending is anticlimactic. Read full review

Review: Kim

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Hadn't read this book since my Mom read it to me one time when I was sick in bed. She must've done a lot of explaining, or skipped some of the descriptions as it seemed like it must've been over the ... Read full review

Review: Kim

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There's so much to be said on this book. I'm writing my senior paper on it, so I suppose I'll keep it short. There's no better way to get into the interesting and peculiar heart and mind of author ... Read full review

Review: Kim

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Mid 4. Questions of cultural superiority and hues of racist imperialism aside, Kipling produced an adventure story and investigation of identity and friendship which has few rivals. The plot centres ... Read full review

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Well that was really good. On the one hand you have a great boys adventure story featuring one of those lovable super-streeturchin characters like the Artful Dodger or Selena Kyle. On the other hand ... Read full review

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At times a difficult read, but it was definitely colorful and I really enjoyed the dialogue between Kim and the Lama. Read full review

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I was skeptical that I would like this book, but was quickly blown away by the colorful descriptions and fascinating characters in the first half of the book. You can tell it was written by a poet. I ... Read full review

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I loved the language and liked the story Read full review

Review: Kim

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Kiplings best! The story is both compelling and hilarious, the dialogues street wise and solemn, the characters weird and realistic. A great novel! Read full review

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Kim, by Rudyard Kipling, took me back to my teen years, and reading books like Sir Nigel by Conan Doyle. A young protagonist who embodies unconscious natural virtue presented with numerous challenges ... Read full review


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