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This is a FANTASTIC book! Just VERY advanced for his times... A MUST READ... The Opposite side of the moon...
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I had hoped the book would live up to its title - I love the title! - but I found it mostly disappointing. There was so much snark directed against teachers that you'd think it had been written during ... Read full review
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