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In his old age Cezanne Pinto recalls his youth as a slave on a Virginia plantation and his escape to a new life in the North....
In his old age Cezanne Pinto recalls his youth as a slave on a Virginia plantation and his escape to a new life in the North.
Posted January 11, 2010
Cezanne Pinto was a good book. It was kind of average in the beginning but in
the middle and end it was unique. It had good detail and it was entertaining. In the middle it really showed the attitude and feelings of the characters.
I recommend this book to elementary teachers and childern. It was very easy for me to read and understand and wasn't graphic at all. This makes it an idle book for young people. It had its exciting and its calm parts;it wasn't boring by any means.
It kept my attention well and taught me a little about how we value the people we meet and how others effect us.The characters were very maturely developed. The story could have been longer and more detailed at the end. It was as if the author was in a rush at the end. Cezanne Pinto was a enjoyable book over all.
Posted April 1, 2005
I was really expecting more from this book. First of all, the reader finds out the ending in the first chapter, which ruins any potential suspense. Had the ending not have been known, it would be a different story, but what's the point of reading a book if you know the ending??? I also found it excruciatingly boring and pointless.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.