Book Reviews of The American Boy

The American Boy
The American Boy
Author: Andrew Taylor
ISBN-13: 9780007109609
ISBN-10: 0007109601
Publication Date: 9/10/2004
Pages: 400
  • Currently 3.1/5 Stars.

3.1 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: Harper Perennial
Book Type: Paperback
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Top notch, well-written, perfectly researched for period and characters. Edgar Allan Poe has a strong part and for that alone is worth the cost of admission. I finished this almost 500 page book in one sitting.
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A crime has been committed in a boy's school in 19th century England. Edgar Allan Poe plays a small role in the story.
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I generally do not write reviews, because I tend to believe that I need to give great deference to people's wide range of taste in the selection of reading materials. I tend to agree with the concept that books contain lives, and the more you read the more you add to your life. Every now and then, however, hiding inside a book is a demon which sucks life, and at the end of the book all you can say is "there is time I will never be able to get back." Avoid the demon.