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Old 07-14-2011, 12:13 AM   #14
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It is way too hard to just choose one or a few. It seems like all the ones I have chosen have been great, so far. I enjoyed the cozy mysteries of Chesterton, G.K.: Father Brown Omnibus uploaded by HarryT . I did just find this one uploaded by Jellby, Galsworthy, John: The Forsyte Saga, that looks to be something I'll enjoy.
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Originally Posted by Hamlet53 View Post
As you say. So the way I choose to interpret this question is: “What book available here is the best constructed (proofread and/or well formatted) and/or a wonderful book that only its presence in the MR library made one aware of?”

On this basis I would say Three Men in a Boat and any of the books by Lord Dunsany.
Your link took me back to the beginning of this thread. Did you mean this one? I agree it is a great story and is beautifully done.
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