Charmed: The Crimson Spell - Constance M. Burge Reviews
Description:ISBN 0743409272 / Genre: Horror / Author: Constance M. Burge / Paperback / 181 Pages / Book is published 2000-07-03 by Simon & Schuster ... more
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Customer Charmed: The Crimson Spell - Constance M. Burge Reviews (1)
by - written on 01/04/09 (Very useful, 224 readings)
Somehow I always manage to find the time to read a book, but hardly ever the time to actually review a book, or a DVD for that matter, which isn't quite right somehow based on the fact that reading a book would theoretically take longer to do rather than writing a review, however maybe it could be based on the fact that I read late at night or possibly that I don't feel like reviewing (very much the same thing happens when I don't feel like doing homework or revision). And I had promised myself I would try to make myself feel like doing a review but that hasn't worked as of yet, however I will keep on trying and I do hope I will succeed. Well, again this is ... Read the complete review
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