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    No shelter

    One of the best books I have read in a while. It is rare to have a very strong woman as the main character. Highly recommended.
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    NO SHELTER - ROBERT SWARTWOOD

    Very exciting story, unusual heroine and characters - had to finish it. I look forward to reading more of his books.
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    No shelter

    I thought this story was interesting and lots of details about the story. It was mysterious and exciting read, I thought this story would never end. I had to finish the story to the very end. It was a great read.
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    It’s very good

    On the Road" is a novel that makes the reader want to go out there, seize the day, and live, live, live! Jack Kerouac, creator of the "beat generation" best sums up his philosophy as "everything belongs to me because i am poor". The failure of ideology and of the American Dream in the 1960s gave young dreamers who were eager to live just one way out: the road. Kerouac presents Sal Paradise, a young and innocent writer, and Dean Moriarty, a crazy youth "tremendously excited with life" racing around America, and testing the limits of the American Dream. Their journeys consist of scenes of rural wilderness, sleepy small towns, urban jungles, endless deserts-all linked by the road, the outlet of a generation's desire and inner need to get out, break its confinement, and find freedom, liberated from any higher belief, notion, or ideology. The desperation and the lack of fulfillment made these youths feel that "the only thing to do was go", searching for their personal freedom, and finding pleasure in sex, drugs, and jazz.
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    Una maravilla

    Me encantó la historia no puedo decir absolutamente nada más de esto
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