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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 20, 2001

    Amazing no, spectacular an unforgetable novel

    A novel about a girl named Elenor and a man (Thomas) that she soon will marry in a prearanged marriage.A little way in the novel father Gregory sends her and Thomas on a pilgramage together.While Elenor really doesn't want to marry or even go on the pilgramage with Thomas but yet she goes on the pilgramage anyway.While Elenor is herendously negative about the pilgramage she finds away to go on anyways. Throughout the pilgramage both Elenor and Thomas start to change there feelings toward each other.While on the pilgramage there relationship begins to take a humungas turn for the best.This book will not for sure end in the way you think it will. As for most of the other reviews I have no idea what they are bickering about. This novel was encouraging to me on how always try for the best and never give up on what you do.You should always strive and enjoy what you want.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 18, 2001

    Amazing, detailed. Great Book.

    In the novel, The Ramsay Scallop, Elenor is to go on a pilgrimage with her future husband, Thomas. Thomas just returned from the war and isn't ready to marry. Elenor is only 14 and believe's she is not ready for comitment. The pilgrimage these two embark on is an incredable journey to unite the souls of the last Ramsays. During the way Thomas and Elenor are faced with problems. Not math problems. Real life problems. Do the two unite? Do they make it through the pilgrmage? Read The Ramsay Scallop. I recommend this book any one who likes adventure or suspensense. If you need a good summer read and are really into books, check out The Ramsay Scallop. And find out what happens to Elenor and Thomas.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 17, 2001

    The best meidival novel ever written!

    If you love books that are adventurous and like new things happen in almost every seen, that you would never expect. This book is exciting, thrilling,outstanding, and so many other words to describe it. Out of all of the books that I have read this is definantly one of my favorites. This book is absolutly the best medival novel ever.Two people go off on a pilgrimage together to help the Ramsay family because they have to even thought they hate each other and end up in a whole neither situation.This is a book that almost everyone could enjoy reading even if they don't completely enjoy adventure novels.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 19, 1999

    great great great great great great book!!! Did I mention it was great?

    There simply are no words to describe this book, astounding, marvelous, capturing, brilliant. Temple makes it feel like YOU are the main character. If your life is as dull and boring as lives go, read this book. You'll feel like a new person!I don't see how you can give this book anyhting lower than 5 stars.Trust me on this one, I've probably read more books than the aveage 80 year old.

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