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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Author: Mark Twain
ISBN: 1027
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This would get kids hooked on reading..........it did me!
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If you haven't read this, you haven't lived!!
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A must read! Everyone should experience this classic.
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I had read it when I was younger and wanted to read as a adult. Just wonderful Mr Twain sure knew how to write. Just picks you up and sets you down in a different time. I could feel the heat, feel the river and so enjoyed it.
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While this book is considered a classic against not only slavery, but the stupidity of humanity, I'm not certain it isn't overrated. That said, Mark Twain's insightful and well-placed barbs do provide amusement and a stinging critique of society post-Civil War. I also like it just because people have tried to ban it.
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andrewsdm5 avatar reviewed The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn on
Reading Mark Twain always makes me want to be a kid again. This is a great adventure story.
ChokolatteJedi avatar reviewed The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn on + 39 more book reviews
I loved that we see this tale through the eyes of a young boy, complete with his speach style and outlook on the world. A good book that I would recomend to anyone interested in US history of the period, coming of age stories, or just adventure mixed with wit and humor.
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I'm in agreement with Michelle F. Read banned books! This is a classic that has been enjoyed by generations.
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I love this book. Part of school curriculum for me originally, as for so many, but I have read it over and over since then. Twain's masterpiece.
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Great Characters and Great Adventure Keeps you wondering what Huck is going to do next!!! Aunt Polly tries to keep Tom in line and help Huck some too. Great Book!!!
confuzzledbooks avatar reviewed The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn on + 475 more book reviews
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is a sequel of sorts. First came The Adventures of Tom Sawyer which Huckleberry Finn was a character in just as Tom Sawyer was in this one. In this adventure Huckleberry runs away from his alcoholic father and along the way runs into a slave Jim, who is trying to gain his freedom. As they stop in towns along the river they always seem to run into trouble.

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn was more enjoyable to read on my own then it was to read for school. Huck definitely has a original imagination to get them through all the hijinks they go through.

I felt that by the Tom Sawyer showed up the book could and probably should have ended. Many of the people in the town were pretty gullible to believe Huck, Tom and other characters like the Duke or King.

An Interesting read. Not sure I understand why it is a classic except that is by Mark Twain. I could see the authors humor throughout the book, which he was known for.
reviewed The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn on + 176 more book reviews
The adventures of a young boy traveling down the Mississippi River with an escaped slave
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A classic adventure tale that can be read on many levels, social history, humor, philosophy of life....
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If contemporary readers can put themselves back into a different time period, this is a fascinating visit to a very different era. Twain's struggles with his contemporary social attitudes are evident throughout the book.
abbykt avatar reviewed The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn on + 113 more book reviews
This is a great coming of age book and I enjoyed reading it in school.
bookdeejay avatar reviewed The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn on + 132 more book reviews
Read it... Loved it!
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This is an excellent book by Mark Twain. The story delves further into the character introduced in Tom Sawyer. In Twain's impeccable way, the reader will be transported back in time to experience life on the might Mississippi. Perfect reading for children and adults.
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Everyone should read this book!
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Huckleberry Finn is a classic.
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Terror on the Seas!
A deadly sea monster, as long as aafootball field, is ramming and sinking ship. Is it a monster squid- or an enormous-horned sea unicorn? No one knows for sure.
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The classic. Must read for most schools. Turns out to be an interesting story in itself worthy of 2 movies. Follow Buck on his quest for happiness.
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a true classic. I passed it on to my son and grandchildren
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I guess this particular story has engendered more pros and cons than other classics have. But laying all that aside, it is a great adventure with some really important thoughts. A brief biography of Samuel Clemens closes this book.
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I f you have never read this book- do so now. This is truely a masterpice of American literature!


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