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The Barn

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8+
Release Date
September 01, 1994
ISBN
0380725622
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The schoolmaster says nine-year-old Benjamin is the finest student he's ever seen-fit for more than farming; destined for great things someday But his father's grave illness brings Ben home, from school and compels him to strive forsomething great right now -- to do the one thing that will please Father so much he'll want to live. But first Ben must convince his older sister andbrother to work with him. And together, they succeed in ways they never dreamed possible.

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Reader reviewed by Derek

In my opinion this was a good book. It was very well writen, it didn't go into too much detail about anything like other books which make you bored of it. Another good part about the book is that everything happens in 3s. My favorite part of the book is when he is driving the car extremly fast and hits what he thought is Robert Kroftip. In my opinion it was a very well written book!

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a reader Reviewed by a reader May 30, 2011
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Good Book

Reader reviewed by Derek

In my opinion this was a good book. It was very well writen, it didn't go into too much detail about anything like other books which make you bored of it. Another good part about the book is that everything happens in 3s. My favorite part of the book is when he is driving the car extremly fast and hits what he thought is Robert Kroftip. In my opinion it was a very well written book!

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Reader reviewed by Jim Webeck

I loved Brandon Swarrow's The Barn. It flows quickly just like a movie and that is what makes it so unique. There are also tiny hidden messages linked throughout the book. The chapters are short, and it only takes about an hour and a half to read.

I would recommend The Barn over any scary movie that I've seen in the past five or six years. Go get this book if you're in the mood for something unfamilar.
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Swarrow's The Barn is Excellent!

Reader reviewed by Jim Webeck

I loved Brandon Swarrow's The Barn. It flows quickly just like a movie and that is what makes it so unique. There are also tiny hidden messages linked throughout the book. The chapters are short, and it only takes about an hour and a half to read.

I would recommend The Barn over any scary movie that I've seen in the past five or six years. Go get this book if you're in the mood for something unfamilar.

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