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Gone with the Wind
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Gone with the Wind
  • Gone with the Wind 75th Anniversary Edition
  • Margaret Mitchell
  • Publisher: Scribner
  • Edition no. 0 (05/03/2011)
  • Paperback: 960 pages

Product Review: Gone with the Wind

Pros:
#1: There is always something special about a physical book that you can hold, the smell of the pages, and the very act of flipping one page to the next. And with a wonderful classic like Gone with the Wind, dog-earing a page is often considered a crime. This is why a lot of people stiff prefer paperback or hardcover book than the electronic version.

#2: A Gone with the Wind book in your possession is like having a piece of history with you all the time. In fact, this period novel is set at one of the most important eras in America that is worth revisiting all the time.

#3: It is history presented in an enjoyable and romantic way. Although Gone with the Wind is fictional, it does have historical merit with details very close to the facts. Reading it would make you wish history lessons in school would be just as fun and memorable. It would be easier to remember information presented in an exciting way as well.

Cons:
#1: Because of the number of pages of Gone with the Wind book, whether paperback or hardcover, it can be bulky compared to an e-book, especially if you want to take it with you when travelling. Then again, you can always bring the DVD instead, so it will not take up a lot of space. There is also the Kindle edition that you can buy.

#2: Once you read the book, you can’t help but re-read it or watch the movie again. This will eat up a lot of your time, although you probably won’t mind being stuck with either the Gone with the Wind book or DVD.
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Gone with the Wind book is used and acceptable. Order may not include CD, access code and other supplements. The book can be shipped fast, your satisfaction guaranteed. Domestic shipping rates and return policy apply. Refer to the Amazon.com Product Return Policy or contact PublixBooks for additional information.

Value for money?
The Gone with the Wind book is a classic that has remained a favorite for as long as anyone can remember. Buying it used or new makes a great addition in your book collection.

 

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