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Old 1st Dec 2005, 22:19   #1
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Just curious if anyone has ever heard of or had any experience with the Easton Press books. My wife and I have been enrolled in their 100 Greatest Books Ever Written program for several years now and absolutely love them. Although you're supposed to get one per month, we decided we weren't quite up to that financially so we receive 2 per year. Anyway, they are absolutely gorgeous and a joy to read. It's always very exciting for me (showing my book-nerdiness) because you never know which will come next. So far we've received:

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
Moby Dick
Of Mice And Men
The Red and The Black
Great Expectations
The Hunchback Of Notre Dame
The Sea Wolf
Three Musketeers
Uncle Tom's Cabin
The Way Of All Flesh

I'm currently awaiting the next one which should arrive some time this month. Would highly recommend them to all fellow book lovers.
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