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The novel follows the lives of four sisters — Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy March — detailing their passage from childhood to womanhood, and is loosely based on the author and her three sisters.
Having read this beautifully written book countless times, it never fails to make me feel every emotion that all the characters are feeling. Only a superb writer can make you fall into a book so completely you feel as though you are part of it.
By Cool dude 12345 abc 12345
It was absolutely amazing I loved it omg the last page was awesome I didn't like it I loved it 👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻
By Lal 33
I haven't read this since I was a child, but I love it now just as much as I did then.
A must read
By Aaaaa a
This book brings tears and happiness and make you feel like a sister to the marches
By Have to read
Great book! Couldn't stop reading it!
By Hello kitty lala girl
I read this book and thought it was brill. Such a heart-warming, wonderful story!
One of my top books! READ IT!
Heard its great
READ IT I haven't yet but loads of ppl say I should!
Such a beautiful story!
Although sad at times, it truly is a guide for any woman
Loved it :)
Never would I have chosen
As the title suggests I would have never chosen this book to read however I did due to a recommendation from a friend. A chapter or two in and you can't help but wonder what happens to the characters. There are parts to this book which can easily be skipped over and the reader will still not miss anything of the storyline, which was the only downside I found other than it getting overly descriptive at times. I thoroughly enjoyed this heart warming story.
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