Gone with the Wind

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The story of the tempestuous romance between Rhett Butler and Scarlet O'Hara is set amid the drama of the Civil War.

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Raymond A

Oct 11, 2012

This book is a treasure. It is a revealing account of the Civil War era through the eyes of a Southerner. A must read!

Lavelle B

Sep 28, 2012

My family loves the movie and wanted to read the book....so happy to find it on your sight.
Several members of my family will read this book. Thanks

Bryn

Sep 8, 2012

A masterpiece!

Though at first, the 1,000-something page book can appear daunting, it is an easy read - you'll quickly find yourself sucked in to the story and not wanting to put it down! With lively characters and an enthralling plot, Gone with the Wind will quickly become one of your favorite books, to be kept forever and read again and again!

AdamRewa

Aug 16, 2012

A Classic That Holds Up

You can't go wrong with "Gone With the Wind!" If you've been putting it off, pick it up, and give yourself a treat.

Susan A

May 19, 2011

Still a treat!

I hadn't read Gone with the Wind in at least 20 years. I first read it as a teenager, and reread it yearly for many years.

It is still a compelling story, with interesting characters. The racism seemed more blatant this time around, so I had to put that aside.

Scarlett O'Hara is a fictional icon, and she deserves to be. She is willful and stubborn, and has a habit of putting worrying about things off until tomorrow.

I recommend this book both as a new book to people who haven't read it, and as a re-read for people who haven't read it in a long time.

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