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This is what you called a must read for very Dutch student studying Dutch literature. I have read this book several times as a student. Dekker's work was one of my specialism. His way of writing was new in the 19th century and the book was received with negative and positive critism. He accused the Dutch Goverment of abuse in their colony, which was used only to get as many pro This is what you called a must read for very Dutch student studying Dutch literature.

He accused the Dutch Goverment of abuse in their colony, which was used only to get as many profit of it as possible. In the 20th century the Dutch Government tried to prevent abuse and started to behave a little bit better and not to use the colony for profit only. Even then the Dutch Government was shocked and could believe that the Netherlands could survive without the Dutch East Indies. The colonization of the Dutch Indies is black page in the history of the Netherlands.

Wow, i knew the Netherlands has a deeply shameful history when it comes to their colonies in the East Indies.. I was deeply vexed and wanted to kick something towards the end of the book.

I could so empathize with the anger of Max Havelaar. How could such injustice exist for so long?! Multatuli Eduard Douwes Dekker used an interesting way to tell the story, which i liked. From what i've learnt about him in this book, he seemed a person i would have loved to Wow, i knew the Netherlands has a deeply shameful history when it comes to their colonies in the East Indies.. From what i've learnt about him in this book, he seemed a person i would have loved to share a long walk and talk with.

Read online: Scathing indictment of colonialism. This is tempting me to reread. There is a lot of complexity in the structure used to tell this tale. Based on the collected writings of a Max Havelaar, a Dutch assistant-governor of the former colony of Java. His writings, originally in German, are translated by a young student residing in the house of the Droogstoppel. Droogstoppel is a wealthy coffee trader, a snob but his insights provide a surprising level of humour. Havelaar is a frustrated administrator who reveals the corruption of the Dutch in it's management of its col There is a lot of complexity in the structure used to tell this tale.

Havelaar is a frustrated administrator who reveals the corruption of the Dutch in it's management of its colony and questions why they are even there what they see as commerce can be seen by the Javanese as greed. A classic of its era with long term political impact. If ou don't read some book in high-school, you never read the. My father owns a lovely old leather edition of this book, one he got from his parents when he decided to study Dutch.

I loved that I read a beautiful, old edition like that. I remembered I brought this book with me on summer holiday to a lovely house in a little village in France. I always read a lot during summer holidays, and I've already decided to read this book for my last year of high-school. I figured, why not starting the yea If ou don't read some book in high-school, you never read the. I figured, why not starting the year with one read book, It was very easy to combine the reading with more fun reads because I spent half of my holiday reading anyway: I loved reading a classic like this, and the writing was better readable than expected.

Ik vond het erg lastig om door dit boek heen te komen, omdat ik soms moeite had met het taalgebruik. De verschillende verhaallijnen lopen door elkaar heen: Zware stof dus, maar daarvoor krijg je wel een prachtig verhaal terug. Not my cup of tea at all. A difficult one this one. Havelaar tries to fight the extortion of the Javanese by their local chiefs, but gets opposed by his own corrupt superiors and forced to resign.

It's basically the life story of Dekker himself. It's a strong statement against colonization and extortion of the natives and as such should deserve the full five stars. But how can you A difficult one this one.

But how can you write such a boring book about such a extreme topic. She likes the colour green cause it reminds her of the grass and she likes the colour red cause it reminds her of roses and she likes the colour orange because it reminds her of the sweet citrus fruit and she likes the colour white cause it reminds her of the milk in her coffee and she likes the colour blue cause it reminds her of the vacation at the sea and she likes the colour gold because it reminds her of her wedding ring and and and ….

It's only towards the end that the book picks up the pace, and I'm glad I hung in there. This is the first real "Victorian era" literature book I've read. It does a golden job of elucidating what a modern day hero looks like. The world we live in is complex, filled with systems that no one person can ever understand, let alone transform or overthrow.

Max Havelaar, the titular character is a spirited navigator of a complex world like ours, wherein the desired outcome is seldom easily reached. Along those lines, the modern world with its high bureaucratic seeming walls, which act as a This is the first real "Victorian era" literature book I've read. Along those lines, the modern world with its high bureaucratic seeming walls, which act as absurd confines for most ambitious thinkers can stifle one's spirit like Catch 22, The Trial etc.

But Max Havelaar again shines in showing how a person might put their heart and soul to genuinely try to move people around them to make change within such a world.. It's an easy read, with a really interesting writing style of meta commentary that juxtaposes with the main plot line, and it never gets dull or boring. The character sketches were also superb, and there was was plenty to think about throughout the book. Why do all of the books I read for school suck so much?

I despised this. Senryu Review: Narratorial pandemonium abounds in scathing Dutch rant. Sep 05, Michiyo 'jia' Fujiwara rated it it was amazing Shelves: Kejutan di paragraf terakhir sekaligus penutup. Kalimat dari sang empunya sendiri; Maltatuli.. Tidak tampak keahliannya Cukuplah Stern yang baik, Aku Maltatuli..

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Aku menghidupkan anda. Aku ajarkan anda bahasa Belanda yang baik, dalam waktu yang singkat sekali.. Aku suruh anda mencium Louise Rosemeijer yang ayahnya pedagang gula. Cukuplah Stern..

Si Syaalman itu dan isterinya.. Hasil celaka nafsu mata duitan yang kotor dan kemunafikan yang menghujah Tuhan!

Akulah yang menciptakan anda.. Aku jijik dengan bikinanku sendiri. Buku ini adalah suatu pendahuluan.. Pertolongan dan bantuan, dengan jalan yang sah, dimana mungkin; -- dengan kekerasan atas jalan yang sah, dimana perlu.

Mudah-mudahan hal itu tidaklah perlu.. Sangat kental sekali dengan budaya patriarki Jawa.. Kabupaten Lebak, menurut data Kementrian Daerah Tertinggal.. Apa yang akan ia katakan?? View all 19 comments. Het is lang geleden dat een boek me zoveel moeite en inspanning heeft gekost. Als ik lees, wil ik eigenlijk wel alles snappen en bij de Max Havelaar lukte me dit tot mijn frustratie niet altijd.

Toch heb ik er wel van genoten en niet alleen van het al veelvuldig gememoreerde hilarische taalgebruik van Droogstoppel. Vond het boeiend om te lezen over deze periode van de Nederlandse geschiedenis, al maakte het me zeker ook beschaamd.

Wat is de Javanen aangedaan uit naam van het Nederlandse volk? Sc Het is lang geleden dat een boek me zoveel moeite en inspanning heeft gekost. Schokkend toch. Verbazingwekkend bijvoorbeeld dat het kennelijk nodig is dat de assistent-resident een eed aflegt om de vaderlijke zorg voor de bevolking te beschouwen als zijn eerste plicht!!

Dat maakte het een stuk plezieriger om te lezen. Bijna lachwekkend zoals Havelaar feitelijk door hemzelf beschreven wordt: Vol liefde voor waarheid en recht, ridderlijk en moedig, zijn grootste geluk is een kalm, huiselijk leven! Wat een supermens moet hij zijn geweest zeg!! Tot slot de bekrompenheid van Droogstoppel: Yet people here and there still debate the point. View all 5 comments. If you can read just one Dutch novel, please read this one.

Although it's from the midth Century, it still is an impressive indictment against colonial injustice. The middle piece is a bit tiresome, with lots of elaborations, but I still love this novel.

This was the last novel about Indonesia that I read before going there to live for 10 months. I stuck with it even though at times it was annoying. At the end, I was glad to have read it. I wanted to read it because I have seen many references to this book in my reading about the colonial past of Indonesia. The subtitle, "Or the Coffee Auctions This was the last novel about Indonesia that I read before going there to live for 10 months.

The subtitle is not unreasonable — just unrepresentative of the story. I was surprised to find how much of the book is in the voice of a Dickensian coffee broker, Batavus Droogstoppel, who lives in Holland and has never ventured beyond its borders. The endearing Max Havelaar is one learns from the introduction to the Penguin Classics paperback a proxy for Eduard Douwes Dekker the author, writing under the pen name Multatuli , who was the Assistant Resident of Lebak in I thought often of slavery in North America while I was reading this book.

The mechanics and interpersonal relationships of the system of slavery were different, but I think the selective blindness of the manufacturers of the North profiting from the raw materials of the South had a lot in common with the ignorance of the businessmen in Holland who profited from the raw materials of the Indies.

It could no longer be imagined that they were being compensated for the labor that yielded the coffee and sugar that made Holland rich — in fact they were starving to death, or being forced to leave their own lands to avoid starvation. Read online: Scathing indictment of colonialism. This is tempting me to reread.

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If ou don't read some book in high-school, you never read the. My father owns a lovely old leather edition of this book, one he got from his parents when he decided to study Dutch. I loved that I read a beautiful, old edition like that. I remembered I brought this book with me on summer holiday to a lovely house in a little village in France. I always read a lot during summer holidays, and I've already decided to read this book for my last year of high-school.

I figured, why not starting the yea If ou don't read some book in high-school, you never read the. I figured, why not starting the year with one read book, It was very easy to combine the reading with more fun reads because I spent half of my holiday reading anyway: I loved reading a classic like this, and the writing was better readable than expected. Ik vond het erg lastig om door dit boek heen te komen, omdat ik soms moeite had met het taalgebruik.

De verschillende verhaallijnen lopen door elkaar heen: Zware stof dus, maar daarvoor krijg je wel een prachtig verhaal terug. A difficult one this one. Havelaar tries to fight the extortion of the Javanese by their local chiefs, but gets opposed by his own corrupt superiors and forced to resign.

It's basically the life story of Dekker himself. It's a strong statement against colonization and extortion of the natives and as such should deserve the full five stars. But how can you A difficult one this one. But how can you write such a boring book about such a extreme topic. She likes the colour green cause it reminds her of the grass and she likes the colour red cause it reminds her of roses and she likes the colour orange because it reminds her of the sweet citrus fruit and she likes the colour white cause it reminds her of the milk in her coffee and she likes the colour blue cause it reminds her of the vacation at the sea and she likes the colour gold because it reminds her of her wedding ring and and and ….

It's only towards the end that the book picks up the pace, and I'm glad I hung in there. Mr Dekker seolah ingin menyembunyikan kenyataan dalam kedok fiksi namu ah, buku ini Mr Dekker seolah ingin menyembunyikan kenyataan dalam kedok fiksi namun ia juga ingin berteriak dengan lantang bahwa apa yang ia ceritakan adalah sebuah kenyataan.

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Mr Dekker ingin didengar, ia ingin semua orang mengetahui kenyataan sebenarnya dari praktik kolonialisme di indonesia, tapi ia tidak berdaya dan merasa disia-siakan. Perjuangan Multatuli adalah anomali. Sebagai seorang asisten residen dia justru memperjuangkan kaum pribumi-buruh tani di Lebak Banten.

Kali ini oleh bangsanya sendiri. Lebih miris. Bos gw mpe bikin naskah drama-teaternya View 2 comments. To be sure, those who shun emotion and wish to avoid the pain of pity will say that these men and women are yellow or brown--many call them black; and for those people, the difference in colour is reason enough for turning their eyes away from such misery, or, if they deign to look down at it at all, to look down at it without emotion.

Many Assistant Resident in Dutch East Indies presently Indonesia tend to overlook the harsh treatment inflicted by the native Regent Sultan, Sunan, Prince, and such to native peoples in which they were horribly abused, exploited and opressed.

But not Max Havelaar, he was burned with desire to put an end to such cruelty. Max Havelaar was clearly written as an autobiography by Multatuli, a pseudonym for Eduard Douwes Dekker who did assigned as a Assistant Resident of Lebak in His attempt to bring justice to the locals in Lebak resulted in his removal from the position and he was reduced to poverty.

He wrote this book in order to expose this scandal to his government and to the public. There's is no doubt that Max Havelaar is an important piece of work, this book was said to make an impact that encourage fair trade movement according the back of the cover of this book.

But I find that his writing format is quite odd and often hard to follow. First of all, the story started in Amsterdam with a somewhat unrelated character telling his somewhat unrelated story. And it took so long to get into the main story. And this book have like three narrators; a haughty and religious hypocrite Droogstoopel, a sympathetic German Stern, and Max Havelar himself that teels a very detail and extensive story within a story of his own account. This actually give a vivid sense of realism but really drag the pacing of the story a lot, I think.

The highlight of the book was a chapter about a local boy name Saijah and his buffalo. A heartbreaking story that represented cruel treatment received by locals. I found this story really moving and too much to take. As an Indonesian, I wonder if the situation has changed in our country now? I mean, I can still see everywhere that our own people, not foreigner, doesn't hesitate even a bit to use how much power they have to take advantage of others.

I guess we haven't changed much. But I will always long for a Max Havelaar, who determined to bring justice to the wretched, although I wouldn't hold my breath. Half good is no good. Half truth are untruths. Multatuli caused a big stir in The Netherlands when his book, Max Havelaar, was published in He succeeded in exposing the massive abuse of power in the Dutch East Indies, and conditions for the native people of Java were improved. Ontzettend vernieuwend voor zijn tijd: Blijft saai om wille van het onderwerp: Ik was vergeten dat de Japanse steenhouwer hieruit kwam.

Ik snapte er echt geen hol van: Dit is een moeilijk boek om doorheen te komen. Ik heb het vooral gelezen en gekocht om de historische waarden, zal dit ooit nog opnieuw moeten proberen te lezen. Buku ini ditulis oleh Multatuli di Belgia tahun Multatuli adalah nama samaran Eduard Douwes Dekker. Tahun , dia dipindahkan ke Sumatera Barat terus ke Sumatera Utara.

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Setelah itu dia ditempatkan di Lebak - Banten sebagai Asisten Residen. Cerita ini merupakan novel tetapi didalamnya banyak cerita yang berawal dari kisah nyata yang dibuat fiksi. Pada saat penjajahan Belanda, pemerintahan Buku ini ditulis oleh Multatuli di Belgia tahun Gubernur Jenderal dibantu oleh Residen seperti kepala provinsi.

Di sinilah kecerdikan pemerintah Belanda yang menyadari masyarakat Hindia Belanda adalah paternalistic maka mereka menggunakan pemimpin local sebagai pimpinan daerah dan mereka mengendalikan pemimpin local dengan menggunakan pengawas Asisten Residen. Tokoh utama cerita ini yakni Max Havelaar merupakan seorang tokoh idealis, cerdas dan mempunyai empati tinggi terhadap masyarakat di wilayah tugasnya. Sikap empatinya tercermn dengan kehidupannya yang sederhana dan punya banyak hutang demi membantu sahabat atau warga di lingkungannya.

Sebagai Asisten Residen di Lebak, Max Havelaar bertugas untuk mendongkrak pendapatan daerah dari pajak dan hasil bumi, memobilisasi sumberdaya tenaga masyarakat untuk kepentingan penjajah, melindungi masyarakat local dari pemerasan yang dilakukan pejabat local adipati dan keluarganya serta mencegah dan mengendalikan pemberontakan di wilayahnya.

Selama sebulan bekerja di Lebak, Max dihadapkan pada fakta bahwa kemiskinan penduduk Lebak masih tinggi sehingga pendapatan daerah dari pajak relative kurang memadai.

Fakta lain yang dijumpai adalah penduduk usia produktif di Lebak relative sedikit disbanding divisi lainnya. Dari penyelidikan yang dilakukan, Max menemukan bahwa adipati dan kroninya seringkali merampas ternak penduduk missal kerbau sehingga penduduk tidak bisa mengolah lahannya secara optimal. Perbuatan lain dari adipati adalah mengerahkan tenaga penduduk untuk mengolah lahan sang adipati, sehingga penduduk tidak cukup punya waktu mengelola lahan pertanian miliknya sendiri.

Tidak adanya ternak untuk mengelola lahan pertanian dan terbatasanya waktu untuk mengelola lahannya sendiri berakibat produksi pertanian mereka rendah produktivitasnya. Untuk menggenjot pendapatan dari pajak, sang adipati memberikan pajak yang tinggi dan tidak jarang disertai hukuman bagi yang menunggaknya.

Hal inilah yang memicu banyak warga Lebak pindah ke daerah lain yang pemimpin daerahnya relative lebih akomodatif. If you can read just one Dutch novel, please read this one.

Although it's from the midth Century, it still is an impressive indictment against colonial injustice. The middle piece is a bit tiresome, with lots of elaborations, but I still love this novel.

May 06, Edward rated it liked it Shelves: Sep 22, Mindy McAdams rated it liked it Recommends it for: This was the last novel about Indonesia that I read before going there to live for 10 months. I stuck with it even though at times it was annoying. At the end, I was glad to have read it. I wanted to read it because I have seen many references to this book in my reading about the colonial past of Indonesia.

The subtitle, "Or the Coffee Auctions This was the last novel about Indonesia that I read before going there to live for 10 months. The subtitle is not unreasonable — just unrepresentative of the story.

I was surprised to find how much of the book is in the voice of a Dickensian coffee broker, Batavus Droogstoppel, who lives in Holland and has never ventured beyond its borders. The endearing Max Havelaar is one learns from the introduction to the Penguin Classics paperback a proxy for Eduard Douwes Dekker the author, writing under the pen name Multatuli , who was the Assistant Resident of Lebak in I thought often of slavery in North America while I was reading this book.

The mechanics and interpersonal relationships of the system of slavery were different, but I think the selective blindness of the manufacturers of the North profiting from the raw materials of the South had a lot in common with the ignorance of the businessmen in Holland who profited from the raw materials of the Indies.

It could no longer be imagined that they were being compensated for the labor that yielded the coffee and sugar that made Holland rich — in fact they were starving to death, or being forced to leave their own lands to avoid starvation.

Nov 22, Laura marked it as to-read Shelves: You may read online here. Thanks dear Wanda for providing this useful link. View all 10 comments. Ik heb twee keer nagekeken of ik niet de hertaalde versie aan het lezen was, omdat het taalgebruik zodanig goed meeviel. Maar ik vermoed dat in de recentere uitgaves het Oud-Nederlands wat opgeschoond is, wat de boel direct een stuk leesbaarder maakt.

En nu we het toch hebben over die hertaalde versie die ik dus niet gelezen heb: Naar mijn aanvoelen moet dit boek zijn zoals het is, en niet anders. Ik verklaar me nader. Hoewel het boek erg humoristisch begint wat is Ik heb twee keer nagekeken of ik niet de hertaalde versie aan het lezen was, omdat het taalgebruik zodanig goed meeviel. Hoewel het boek erg humoristisch begint wat is die Droogstoppel toch een zalige figuur! En toegegeven, er zitten behoorlijk droge en uitgesponnen stukken tussen waar een mens al diagonaal lezend over gaat.

Puur qua leeservaring is dit een drie-sterren-boek. Al moet ik wel zeggen dat ik minder moeite had dan verwacht met het ambtenarenjargon, misschien omdat ik zelf een ambtenaar ben, haha. Maar het hoort erbij. Het hoort bij het politieke pamflet. Dat gevoel van onrechtvaardigheid en de onmacht tegenover mensen in machtspositie, tot grote frustratie van de lezer.

Er wordt op chaotische wijze gejongleerd met vertellers, tot Multatuli op magistrale wijze op het einde zegt: En daarom zou ik dit boek in geen andere woorden willen lezen hebben dan de zijne.

View 2 comments. Alle sterren: Dit gebrek wordt echter geheel gecompenseerd door 1 de hilarische, de ontroerende, en de enorm interessante hoofdstukken; en 2 de historische waarde en de impact na publicatie. Er valt zoveel over dit boek te schrijven, dat ik er maar op vertrouw dat anderen dat al voor mij gedaan hebben.

Nogmaals, een geweldig boek. View all 13 comments. This is what you called a must read for very Dutch student studying Dutch literature. I have read this book several times as a student. Dekker's work was one of my specialism. His way of writing was new in the 19th century and the book was received with negative and positive critism. He accused the Dutch Goverment of abuse in their colony, which was used only to get as many pro This is what you called a must read for very Dutch student studying Dutch literature.

He accused the Dutch Goverment of abuse in their colony, which was used only to get as many profit of it as possible. In the 20th century the Dutch Government tried to prevent abuse and started to behave a little bit better and not to use the colony for profit only.

Even then the Dutch Government was shocked and could believe that the Netherlands could survive without the Dutch East Indies. The colonization of the Dutch Indies is black page in the history of the Netherlands. Aug 13, Jeske rated it really liked it Shelves: Wow, i knew the Netherlands has a deeply shameful history when it comes to their colonies in the East Indies.. I was deeply vexed and wanted to kick something towards the end of the book. I could so empathize with the anger of Max Havelaar.

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How could such injustice exist for so long?! Multatuli Eduard Douwes Dekker used an interesting way to tell the story, which i liked.

From what i've learnt about him in this book, he seemed a person i would have loved to Wow, i knew the Netherlands has a deeply shameful history when it comes to their colonies in the East Indies.. From what i've learnt about him in this book, he seemed a person i would have loved to share a long walk and talk with.

Sep 27, Jane rated it liked it. Read online: Scathing indictment of colonialism. This is tempting me to reread. Apr 12, Calzean rated it really liked it Shelves: There is a lot of complexity in the structure used to tell this tale. Based on the collected writings of a Max Havelaar, a Dutch assistant-governor of the former colony of Java. His writings, originally in German, are translated by a young student residing in the house of the Droogstoppel.

Droogstoppel is a wealthy coffee trader, a snob but his insights provide a surprising level of humour. Havelaar is a frustrated administrator who reveals the corruption of the Dutch in it's management of its col There is a lot of complexity in the structure used to tell this tale.

Havelaar is a frustrated administrator who reveals the corruption of the Dutch in it's management of its colony and questions why they are even there what they see as commerce can be seen by the Javanese as greed.

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A classic of its era with long term political impact. If ou don't read some book in high-school, you never read the. My father owns a lovely old leather edition of this book, one he got from his parents when he decided to study Dutch. I loved that I read a beautiful, old edition like that. I remembered I brought this book with me on summer holiday to a lovely house in a little village in France. I always read a lot during summer holidays, and I've already decided to read this book for my last year of high-school.

I figured, why not starting the yea If ou don't read some book in high-school, you never read the. I figured, why not starting the year with one read book, It was very easy to combine the reading with more fun reads because I spent half of my holiday reading anyway: I loved reading a classic like this, and the writing was better readable than expected. Apr 10, Merel Donia rated it liked it. Ik vond het erg lastig om door dit boek heen te komen, omdat ik soms moeite had met het taalgebruik.

De verschillende verhaallijnen lopen door elkaar heen: Zware stof dus, maar daarvoor krijg je wel een prachtig verhaal terug. Jan 13, Eva rated it it was ok. Not my cup of tea at all. A difficult one this one. Havelaar tries to fight the extortion of the Javanese by their local chiefs, but gets opposed by his own corrupt superiors and forced to resign.

It's basically the life story of Dekker himself. It's a strong statement against colonization and extortion of the natives and as such should deserve the full five stars. But how can you A difficult one this one. But how can you write such a boring book about such a extreme topic. She likes the colour green cause it reminds her of the grass and she likes the colour red cause it reminds her of roses and she likes the colour orange because it reminds her of the sweet citrus fruit and she likes the colour white cause it reminds her of the milk in her coffee and she likes the colour blue cause it reminds her of the vacation at the sea and she likes the colour gold because it reminds her of her wedding ring and and and ….

It's only towards the end that the book picks up the pace, and I'm glad I hung in there. Jun 11, Sai rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is the first real "Victorian era" literature book I've read.

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It does a golden job of elucidating what a modern day hero looks like. The world we live in is complex, filled with systems that no one person can ever understand, let alone transform or overthrow.

Max Havelaar, the titular character is a spirited navigator of a complex world like ours, wherein the desired outcome is seldom easily reached. Along those lines, the modern world with its high bureaucratic seeming walls, which act as a This is the first real "Victorian era" literature book I've read. Along those lines, the modern world with its high bureaucratic seeming walls, which act as absurd confines for most ambitious thinkers can stifle one's spirit like Catch 22, The Trial etc.

But Max Havelaar again shines in showing how a person might put their heart and soul to genuinely try to move people around them to make change within such a world.. It's an easy read, with a really interesting writing style of meta commentary that juxtaposes with the main plot line, and it never gets dull or boring. The character sketches were also superb, and there was was plenty to think about throughout the book.

Why do all of the books I read for school suck so much? I despised this. Feb 08, MJ Nicholls rated it really liked it Shelves: Senryu Review: