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    Good book

    This is a great book! I've always loved to read the children's version to little kids, but this is the first time I've read the real version. I'm doing it for a book report, which really sucks, but I think the book is awsome. I think that those people who say that this book is boring should read it again. If you're not in the mood to read, it doesn't matter what you read and it won't be interesting. I get that lots of times when there's lots of distractions. I simply start over, and usually end up loving the book. I really recommend this book to everyone, but if you want it to be interesting you have to be old enough and interested enough. Great book Mark Twain, this is your best!

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    I cannot relate, because I rarely do not feel like reading, however, I don't always feel like "plowing" through less interesting works.

    I was amazed at how easy this book was to read. I was expecting it to be a little difficult, but it was very easy!

    I agree that this was my favorite Mark Twain, having read Tom Sawyer, Huckleberry Finn, and A Connetticutt Yankee in King Arthur's court as well.
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    It sounds interesting, I will read it.

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