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Discuss The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Post Number:#1 by Scott
» 08 Dec 2008, 19:16

The December book of the month is The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain. Please use this thread to discuss the book. If you have not read the entire book, do not read this thread because this thread will contain spoilers.

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Post Number:#2 by anshul
» 19 Feb 2009, 01:26

hucklberry fins are full of adventerous and mysterical stories.
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Post Number:#3 by sulu88
» 23 Mar 2009, 14:53

hucklberry fin has to be my favorite book of all times. :D
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Post Number:#4 by iselin
» 24 Mar 2009, 16:26

One of the best books I've ever read:D


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Post Number:#5 by sjenkins
» 22 Apr 2009, 09:34

Great book choice.. Its a classic. I loved it.
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Post Number:#6 by Valerie09
» 11 May 2009, 05:55

This is a classic adventure story. This is my very first book; my aunt gave me this book as a Christmas present. This is a nice book for youngsters to read.
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Post Number:#7 by chicklit
» 30 Jun 2009, 22:14

This is one of my all time favorite classics.
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Post Number:#8 by belgaila6
» 02 Aug 2009, 05:43

Very good book
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Post Number:#9 by princessp
» 30 Dec 2009, 04:51

One of the best book.hucklberry fins are full of adventerous and mysterical stories.This is very nice book for youngsters.
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Post Number:#10 by awelker
» 30 Dec 2009, 13:31

i read this book when i was a sophomore in high school. i have to say of that year in english class this was one of the only books that i enjoyed.
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Post Number:#11 by Moore
» 31 Dec 2009, 02:36

The book is really cool and I think it is one of the best books for kids or teenagers because when I was a teenager I read it with great pleasure. Thanks Mark Twain for the book! :D
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Post Number:#12 by Cliantha Doris
» 08 Mar 2010, 21:26

Although I was a girl, but I like basketball, I specialize in volleyball! I like the ball movement
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Post Number:#13 by soniakhan33
» 08 Apr 2010, 03:29

very nice book it is ,i have read it entirely
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Post Number:#14 by likemangos
» 13 Sep 2010, 11:39

Hello great book
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Post Number:#15 by MonkeyReader
» 13 Dec 2010, 09:56

Its been atleast 4 years since I've read it, awesome book although I can't remember every detail, I can still call on it to be a great read.
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