The Adventures of Tom Sawyer - A fabulous book to read to young ones on your Kindle
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer - A fabulous book to read to young ones on your Kindle

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Found 17th Aug 2017Edited by:"Polax"
Thomas "Tom" Sawyer is the title character of the Mark Twain novel THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER (1876). He appears in three other novels by Twain: ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN (1884), TOM SAWYER ABROAD (1894), and TOM SAWYER, DETECTIVE (1896). Sawyer also appears in at least three unfinished Twain works, HUCK AND TOM AMONG THE INDIANS, SCHOOLHOUSE HILL and TOM SAWYER'S CONSPIRACY. While all three uncompleted works were posthumously published, only Tom Sawyer's Conspiracy has a complete plot, as Twain abandoned the other two works after finishing only a few chapters.


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Is this free Op?
Out of copywrite books are free, another good site is Guttenburg
Thanks.
Polar121 m ago

Out of copywrite books are free, another good site is Guttenburg

Cool, have some heat Op
FI preferred the adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Spoiler alert, after getting the treasure in the AOTS, Huck gets adopted, doesn't like it, uses his wealth on drink and women and eventually dies a washed out drunk on a riverboat casino. Kids eh, the youth of today aren't that bad considering.
Edited by: "DevilD" 17th Aug 2017
Thanks Boz..
For those that don't already have it, another Wisehouse Classics Edition.. Also Free on Amazon UK:-

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Wisehouse Classics Edition) 1st , Kindle Edition
I wonder if it still includes the infamous sentence when Huck tells 2 ladies about a riverboat burning and sinking, and one of them asks if anyone had been killed, to which Huck replies "no, just a n*****". Ah sure they were simpler days back then.
flintstone22 h, 38 m ago

lol, its not from Boz, it's from Polax



lol Opps, my apologies, as I just copied and pasted in error.
Thank you Polax..
mickrick5 h, 15 m ago

I wonder if it still includes the infamous sentence when Huck tells 2 …I wonder if it still includes the infamous sentence when Huck tells 2 ladies about a riverboat burning and sinking, and one of them asks if anyone had been killed, to which Huck replies "no, just a n*****". Ah sure they were simpler days back then.



Read the book and find out, then you can tell us..
One book everyone should read.
Forgottenshopper18th Aug

Read the book and find out, then you can tell us..


To be completely honest, it doesn't appeal to me. I haven't any interest in US post-colonial literature. I don't even have any interest in British or Irish post colonial literature. Im a child of the 60s and anything before that may as well not have happened.
I am the opposite to the last post. I find most books, music and art made after I was born soulless but each to his own.
Forgottenshopper17th Aug

For those that don't already have it, another Wisehouse Classics Edition.. …For those that don't already have it, another Wisehouse Classics Edition.. Also Free on Amazon UK:- The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Wisehouse Classics Edition) 1st , Kindle Edition by Mark Twain (Author)https://www.amazon.co.uk/Adventures-Huckleberry-Finn-Wisehouse-Classics-ebook/dp/B018QCT8BU/ref=la_B000APWHJ2_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1502995468&sr=1-1[Image]


Splendid ... Thanks!
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