Graphic Classics Book Review
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Graphic Classics book review

Robert Louis Stevenson
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Title: Graphic Classics
Subtitle: Robert Louis Stevenson

Author: Robert Louis Stevenson

Story Rating
9.0 out of a possible 10.0
Book review by: Khayla Johnson
Review submitted on 05/22/2008 at 08:49:36
Illustrations Rating
10.0 out of a possible 10.0

Khayla Johnson writes the following about Graphic Classics :
This book was a graphic novel that included several different stories. I would recommend this book to a friend because it is very interesting. I liked this book because it was very mysterious. You would read one story and after that you would read another totally different story. My favorite story was about a young Hawaiian man named Keawe visiting California for the first time. One day he went sightseeing around the differnet neighbors hood to see the different homes they had. When he walked pass a certain house the owner was looking outside and invited him to come inside. When he got inside he was given a grand tour and at the end of the tour the owner told him about this special bottle he had . He told Keawe that the bottle gave him whatever he asked for, but at first he did not believe him. So they tried to break the bottle, but nothing happened. Then they made a deal Keawe would buy the bottle for fifty dollars and then ask the bottle for the fifty dollars to br right back in his pocket. So Keawe paid for the bottle and then ask the bottle for his money back in his pocket. When he put his hand in his poket there was fifty dollars. Then it was time for Keawe to leave. He was in the airport and placed the bottle on the table and left, but as he was walking away the bottle somehow was is his arm. Thats all I'm going to say if you want to know what happened you should go get the book.
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