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It's a most interesting book to read, which tells about and compare the Russian revolutionary. It also shows the difference of equality between animals who has more compare to take extra response from other's animals. This book directly describes how easily good intentions to be the tyranny. All the characters were based on this revolution and it is a good book for everyone.
I absolutely loved every page of it! I just couldn't put it down, very engaging! Recommend it to anyone who is looking for a book to read, it's just amazing! I like this book so much. It's an amazing book about revolution, like in Egypt.
This book is the exact reflection of the political system throughout the world. This is what the politics really is Mostly in context of the developing country like ours this is the case. We ignorant people are easily deceived by the sweet talks of the politicians. By listening to them we believe that maybe this time actual progress might take place, maybe this time the people might actually be benefited but no All they care for is power. All they want is personal benefit. They have no concern for public interest.
For power they can do anything. Walking over the few corpses and injuries will also not matter to them and this book shows it. I honestly think he wrote into the future meaning our world today we are being sweet talked into believing the false ideas set by many leaders his book is an eye opener. The book Animal Farm an engaging and educational must read.
I thought it was very interesting how he portrayed the the cycle of revolution turning into tyranny. He describes how easily good intentions can be subverted into tyranny. This book indirectly describes communism and the government and how you can never make everyone happy. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. Orwell's writing is pessimistic and visual.
I recommend this book. Its a really good book. It is a perfect book for a class to read together.
It is very confusing as a child to read and hard to read in the deadline for kids doing the curricular activities :. A brilliant and timeless analyse of the mechanics of bureaucracy, ultimate betrayal of the hopes of the people. Let's pray it remains in the curriculum, for this story talks about power and control in general, not only in a communist system. The worst we could do against this book is to keep on saying "it is only about totalitarianism and the history of the USSR" Not only, not only.
Thank you for taking the time to write a review on this book, it really makes a difference and helps readers to find their perfect book. Watership Down Richard Adams 9. Fiver could sense danger. Something terrible was going to happen to the warren - he felt sure of it. So did his brother Hazel, for Fiver's sixth sense was never wrong. Fluke James Herbert 8.
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He was a stringy mongrel, wandering the streets of the city, driven by a ravenous hunger and hunting a quarry he could not define. But he was something more. Somewhere in t Dogsbody Diana Wynne Jones 8. A powerful being fights for his life within the body of a humble, earthbound puppy.
Sirius, immortal Lord of the Dog Star and infamous for his quick temper, cannot believe Ladyhawke Joan D Vinge 7. Captain Etienne Navarre is a man on whose shoulders lie a cruel curse. Punished for loving each other, Navarre must become a wolf by night whilst his lover, Lady Isabeau, t Basajaun Rosemary Van Deuren 7. Blood versus fear. Folklore versus mysticism. Animal versus man. In the world of the rabbits, she is hailed as a saviour.
In the world of men, a holy man wants her dead. Rating 9. Animal Farm is moving, bitter and a warning from history. Book of the Month Animal Farm by George Orwell was first published in and will be celebrating its seventieth birthday next year. Paul Mendy from Gambia Very nice book John from Canada I I read this book in , and it is still in my library it is an eye opener to readers. Jeff from Jamaica I love the book!!!
Georgia from England It was a great way to explain the Russian revolution to younger people but a bit boring Professor from UK Animal Farm is an engaging eye-opening book that highlights the issues about betrayal, greed and inequality in human society.
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Fatemeh from Iran Such an interesting and symbolic book! Ibrahima Sanoh from The Gambia the book shows how humanity is and the book is very nice and sensible. Rads from United Kingdom This is the greatest satire of the darker face of modern history which highlights deep issues about trust, betrayal, tyranny and corruption. Dali from Africa So goood!!!!!!!!!
Missu from Canada Difficult reading, great discussion. Sky from United States This book was assigned to me in my senior English class.
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Ezekiel from South Sudan Animal farm which was written seven decades ago is still relevant in to day generation. Cris from England I think that this book was outstanding, because it thoroughly describes how communism was acted, in a childish way. Joel from Africa A Book for the Ages Animal Farm is a timeless piece of literature which feels like a modern masterpiece.
Laura from UK Animal farm the book is a hard book to read as a child under the age of Aabha Sangmin from India A very good satire. Ngozika from South Africa The book is very interesting and fun to read.
Jerry from China One of the best books I've ever read about. AnupA Khanal from Nepal I never got bored reading this book.
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Shalvi from India It's a most interesting book to read, which tells about and compare the Russian revolutionary. Zibani from Botswana This is a very addictivve book. In a good way. I loved it. Peter Byrne from Australia I absolutely loved every page of it!